The title of her tour may be Party's Over, but in actuality, it has only just begun for Astrid S. The Norwegian pop star is slated to head out across North America and Europe this fall, which also includes two stops in the UK.

Astrid will release her sophomore EP Party's Over on June 30th via Virgin EMI Records. In the meantime, find the full list of show dates below.

  • September:
  • Tuesday 12th: Velvet Underground, Toronto, Canada
  • Thursday 14th: Brighton Music Hall, Boston, United States
  • Friday 15th: The Foundry at The Fillmore, Philadelphia, United States
  • Saturday 16th: U Street Music Hall, Washington, United States
  • Tuesday 19th: Bowery Ballroom, New York, United States
  • Wednesday 20th: Rough Trade, Brooklyn, United States
  • Friday 22nd: Subterranean, Chicago, United States
  • Saturday 23rd: 7th Street Entry, Minneapolis, United States
  • Monday 25th: El Rey, Los Angeles, United States
  • Friday 29th: Constellation Room, Santa Ana, United States
  • Saturday 30th: The Independent, San Francisco, United States

  • October
  • Monday 9th: Gorilla, Manchester, UK
  • Tuesday 10th: Heaven, London, UK
  • Thursday 12th: Point Ephémére, Paris, France
  • Saturday 14th: Witloof Club, Brussels, Belgium
  • Sunday 15th: Melkweg OZ, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Monday 16th: Die Kantine, Cologne, Germany
  • Wednesday 18th: Columbia Theater, Berlin, Germany
  • Thursday 19th: Technikum, Munich, Germany
  • Saturday 21st: Mojo, Hamburg, Germany
  • Sunday 22nd: Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Wednesday 25th: Samfundet, Trondheim, Norway
  • Thursday 26th: Kick Scene, Kristiansand, Norway
  • Friday 27th: Folken, Stavanger, Norway
  • Saturday 28th: Maritim Hall, Haugesund, Norway

  • November
  • Wednesday 15th: Sentrum Scene, Oslo, Norway
  • Thursday 16th: Huset, Gjovik, Norway
  • Saturday 18th: Brygga Kultursal, Halden, Norway
  • Wednesday 22nd: Terminalen, Alesund, Norway
  • Thursday 23rd: Rokken, Volda, Norway
  • Friday 24th: Meieriet, Sogndal, Norway
  • Saturday 25th: USF Verflet, Bergen, Norway