‘Masked Singer’ Runner-Up Todrick Hall is Going on Tour Later This Year
Todrick Hall, who recently came in second place as Bull on The Masked Singer Season 6, is going on a world tour this year. The Femuline Tour kicks off in March, as Hall visits cities around the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Europe.
Todrick Hall Heading Out on Femuline Tour in 2022
Femuline is the title of Hall’s fourth studio album, which he released in 2021. It features the singles “Boys in the Ocean” and “Rainin’ Fellas.” Featured artists on the album include Chaka Khan, Nicole Scherzinger, and Tyra Banks. He later put out an extended version called Femuline Reloaded.
Select dates on the tour will feature singer Josey Greenwell. The tour kicks off on March 12 in Seattle, with Hall visiting cities around the United States before moving on to Montreal and Toronto in May. After that, it’s on to Australia and New Zealand. Hall will finish the tour in Europe, performing in Antwerp, Amsterdam, Paris, and various cities in the UK.
“I am so excited for you all to see what the FEMCREW and I have been working on!” Hall wrote on Instagram to mark two months until the tour begins. “The only question is, which city is going to be the loudest?! Claim it now, where am I seeing you and who are you bringing?!”
How to Buy Tickets for Hall’s Upcoming Tour
See a date and city that works for you on Hall’s tour schedule? You can buy tickets now through the singer’s website. Make sure you read through the venue’s Covid-19 rules before booking your tickets, as you’ll likely need to show proof of vaccination to get into the concert.
In the meantime, you can listen to Femuline Reloaded on Spotify. It features remixes of the songs “Boys in the Ocean,” “Rainin’ Fellas,” and “Queen.” Other collaborators on the album include Brandy and Cazwell.
Considering Hall kept his Bull mask from his time on The Masked Singer, we have to wonder if he’ll show it off at all during his upcoming tour. At the very least, Hall has credited the show with helping him “embrace my specific voice.”