Demi Lovato Announces First Set Of World Tour Dates

Big news, Lovatics! Demi Lovato announced the first set of dates for her world tour. The "Let it Go" songstress is fresh off her 48 stop "Neon Lights" tour which covered North America and South America. Lovato will be joined this time around by Christina Perri and MKTO.

The former Disney star has only announced North American tour dates as of now, but countries will be announced at a later date. It is promoted through Live Nation and sponsored by Tampax and Always Radiant Collection. She kicks off on September 6 at the Baltimore Arena in Maryland.

It has been a busy week for Lovato, who dates "That '70s Show" star Wilmer Valderrama. She was named #40 on Maxim's Hottest 100 issue, due out June 3.

"To me, sexiness stems from being confident and comfortable in your own skin," the "Skyscraper" crooner revealed.

"The ability to work at bettering myself-I'm not perfect, no one is, but I'm working at becoming better everyday," she continued. "Everyday I can look back and say I'm in a better place than I was yesterday."

She also revealed how Valderrama won her heart in 2010.

"To get my attention a guy must be genuine, supportive, real and have the ability to make me laugh," the star confessed.

Tickets go on sale for the world tour June 6, but Citi card members can purchase starting June 3 at 10 a.m.

Here is the line-up of Lovato's tour dates:

Sept. 6 - Baltimore, Maryland - Baltimore Arena

Sept. 7 - Albany, New York - Times Union Center

Sept. 9 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Peterson Events Center

Sept. 12 - Raleigh, North Carolina - PNC Arena

Sept. 14 - Miami, Florida - American Airlines Arena

Sept. 15 - Orlando, Florida - Amway Center

Sept. 17 - New Orleans, Louisiana - Lakefront Arena

Sept. 19 - San Antonio, Texas - AT&T Center

Sept. 21 - Tulsa, Oklahoma - BOK Center

Sept. 23 - Kansas City, Missouri - Sprint Center

Sept. 25 - Denver, Colorado - Pepsi Center

Sept. 28 - San Diego, California - Viejas Arena

Oct. 2 - Seattle, Washington - Comcast Arena

Oct. 4 - Edmonton, Alberta - Rexall Place

Oct. 5 - Calgary, Alberta - Scotiabank Saddledome

Oct. 7 - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - Credit Union Center

Oct. 11 - Moline, Illinois - Wireless Center

Oct. 14 - Chicago, Illinois - United Center

Oct. 15 - Louisville, Kentucky - KFC Yum! Center

Oct. 17 - Uncasville, Connecticut - Mohegan Sun Arena

Oct. 19 - Montreal, Quebec - Bell Centre

Oct. 20 - Hamilton, Ontario - FirstOntario Centre

Oct. 22 - Manchester, New Hampshire - Verizon Wireless Arena

Oct. 24 - Hershey, Pennsylvania - GIANT Center

Oct. 25 - Newark, New Jersey - Prudential Center

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