Lights has announced a 13-date Canadian tour that will bring the alt-pop icon to fans from Victoria, BC through to Montreal, QC in Winter 2023. The tour is in support of her critically acclaimed new album PƎP, which arrived earlier this year via Fueled By Ramen. Joining Lights as support on the run will be world class drag performer, Tynomi Banks.

Fresh from a headline run in the USA and further dates across Germany and the UK with pals Arkells, Lights is thrilled to at long last embark on her headline run cross Canada. “Finally bringing PƎP home, it’s been a while since we did this, said Lights. “Stack your playlists, set to repeat and get ready to sing LOUD with me on the Canadian leg of the PƎP Tour.”

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, October 21st at 10:00 AM local, but fans can get special access to presale tickets starting tomorrow, Thursday October 20th at 10 AM local.

See below for a full list of dates, or click here ticket info. Alongside a string of festival dates this past summer, Lights blew her Toronto audience away with a sold-out show at History. Today Lights debuted a string of live cuts from the packed show, affectionally branded as her “PƎP LIVESTRAVAGANZA.” You too can be blown away by the performance – check it out here.

PƎP was heralded by early singles “In My Head (ft. Josh Dun),” “Salt and Vinegar,” “Real Thing feat. Elohim,” “Prodigal Daughter.” The record racked up critical acclaim upon release, with NPR lauding the collection’s “insanely catchy hooks” and tipping the artist as “ready for world domination.” Popcrush raved, “…the LP effortlessly bounds across genres and provides the sonic pep talk we all need,” while Under The Radar attested, “PEP is a gift—cathartic, rebellious, intimate, and alive in its glow.” Single “In My Head (ft. Josh Dun),” premiered via Consequence, who raved about the “anthemic” song and praised the accompanying video which takes “…the unusual and avant garde to a new level.” celebrated “Salt and Vinegar” for “bringing artistic vision full circle,” while Consequence attested single “Prodigal Daughter” “…is a driving, infectious pop cut that shows off Lights’ enigmatic and soulful voice… she’s never sounded so uninhibited.” Rock Sound hailed the “vibrantly joyous” track and asserted, “it’s Lights at her most dominant, confident and unstoppable.



PƎP Tour Dates


City Venue
Tues Jan 31  Victoria, BC

Capital Ballroom

Weds Feb 1

 Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom
Fri Feb 3  Edmonton, AB


Sat Feb 4

 Calgary, AB The Palace Theatre
Sun Feb 5  Saskatoon, SK

Coors Event Centre

Tues Feb 7

 Winnipeg, MB Burton Cummings Theatre
Fri Feb 10  Ottawa, ON

Bronson Centre

Sat Feb 11 

 Hamilton, ON  Bridgeworks 
Mon Feb 13  London, ON

London Music Hall

Tues Feb 14

 Waterloo, ON Maxwell’s
Thurs Feb 16  Québec City, QC

Impérial Bell

Fri Feb 17  Montréal, QC

Théâtre Fairmount


About Lights:

Lights is many things all at once: Singer. Songwriter. Producer. Multi-instrumentalist. Comic book author. DJ. Artist. She’s also unabashedly honest and unapologetically confident. Weaving in and out of alternative, indie, electronic, and dance, she makes manic pop irreverent of boundaries, yet reverent of truth. She speaks her heart musically and her mind lyrically. It’s why her presence over music and culture continues to grow with streams in the hundreds of millions and widespread critical acclaim. Over the course of career thus far, the Canada-born disruptor has garnered four JUNO Awards, including 2020’s “Dance Recording of the Year” for the platinum smash “Love Me” with Felix Cartal and “Pop Album of the Year” for her previous two albums, Skin&Earth and Little Machines. She has sold out tours on multiple continents and powered collaborations with Travis Barker, deadmau5, Kaskade, Steve Aoki, Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park, and more. Now, she captivates like never before, kickstarting a new era with PƎP.