SZA's "SOS" Tour: Singer Shows Big Love For Vancouver In Beautiful New Photo Dump
Between 2017's Ctrl and 2022's SOS, SZA left her fanbase undeniably hungry for new music, and since they've got it, it's hardly left the top position on the charts. Along with her sophomore album, the TDE artist announced that she would be heading out on tour across North America, which she's currently in the midst of. She kicked things off in Columbus, Ohio on February 21, and will be wrapping her time on the road later this week in Los Angeles. Before her grand Californian finale, SZA had one last show to put on for Canada last night (March 19).
The 33-year-old gave audiences at Rogers Arena precisely what they were looking for as she sang hits like "Kill Bill," "Shirt," and "Good Days" from SOS. She also revisited old favourites from her discography, catering to new and old fans as her trip around the continent quickly approaches its conclusion. Thankfully for those who weren't able to catch SZA on tour, she'll be performing at Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores, AL in mid-May.
SZA Has A Blast in Van City
To commemorate her time in Vancouver, the "Drew Barrymore" hitmaker posted a photo dump on Monday (March 20) morning with photos and videos both from her recent performance and her fun outdoor adventures in the beautiful city. "Pacific North West always hits," SZA wrote in the caption before thanking Canada's coast for showing her love and bringing her joy. Kicking off the carousel is a photo of the Missouri native hanging out backstage, her curves looking ample in a sleek brown two-piece set displaying her toned midriff.
Immediately afterward, SZA showed off her wild side as she explored the local hiking trails, where she came across plenty of running water, rock, and beautiful green trees. We also see her (and her bodacious behind) posing for digital photos before her concert, smiling wide while sporting baggy jeans and Ugg boots, and sharing a thoughtful message from her adventures with followers. "Come forth into the light of things," it reads. "Let nature be your teacher." See all of the vocalist's Vancouver memories for yourself above, and check back later for more pop culture news updates.