February 9th, 2021 by Melissa 2 Comments
Avril Lavigne used to be known as a pop-punk princess, but her more recent albums deviated from that vibe a bit. She’s confirmed that her new album is done, and according to rock producer and Goldfinger frontman John Feldmann, the singer just may be making a return to her angsty ways.
This past Saturday (Feb. 6), Lavigne responded to an eager fan in her Instagram comments stating that her seventh studio album is, in fact, done. “Music coming soon. For sure summer,” she wrote, with an electric guitar emoji.
In December, Feldmann enthusiastically told Australia’s Wall of Sound that he’s bringing her back to her pop-punk roots with this new album. Anyone remember the Under My Skin days? We’ll gladly take some more of that.
December 29th, 2020 by Melissa 0 comments
I think we might be hearing new music sooner than we think and judging by who she’s working with this is going to be a killer album. Might we even say old Avril “pop-punk” vibes?
March 5th, 2020 by Melissa 0 comments
Sadly, Avril’s “Head Above Water” tour in Paris and Milan has also been canceled due to governments cancelling large events.
February 29th, 2020 by Melissa 3 Comments
Due to the Coronavirus, Avril’s complete tour of Asia has been cancelled. They are working on rescheduling dates.
Switzerland has also been cancelled as the government has put a ban on events over 1,000 people. There is no rescheduled date.
January 28th, 2020 by Melissa 0 comments
Avril has been nominated for 2 Juno Awards! If you don’t know, the Juno’s are Canada’s version of the Grammy’s.
VOTE to help Avril win the Fan Choice award on Twitter using hashtag # JFCAvrilLavigne. One retweet with the hashtag = 1 vote and one tweet with hashtag = 1 vote.
She is also nominated for Pop Album of the Year for “Head Above Water”
The Junos go down Sunday, March 15
November 14th, 2019 by Melissa 0 comments
Avril’s added more European and Asian dates for the “Head Above Water Tour”. See below for updated dates. Remember to check avrillavigne.com for pre-sale information.
March 13 – Zurich, Switzerland
March 15 – Milan, Italy
March 16 – Milan, Italy
March 18 – Brussels, Belgium
March 19 – Offenbach, Germany
March 20 – Amsterdam, Netherlands
March 22 – Vienna, Austria
March 23 – Prague, Czech Republic
March 26 – Paris, France
March 28 – Berlin, Germany
March 29 – Cologne, Germany
March 30 – Munich, Germany
April 1 – London, UK
April 2 – Manchester, UK
April 5 – London, UK
April 6 – London, UK
May 9 – Nagoya, Japan
May 11 – Osaka, Japan
May 13 – Tokyo, Japan
May 14 – Tokyo, Japan
October 15th, 2019 by Melissa 0 comments
Avril Lavigne’s comeback is in full swing, and we’re so excited about it.
The superstar announced on Oct. 15 that in 2020, she’ll be heading out on a world tour following the success of the U.S. run in support of her first album in six years, Head Above Water. The 11-show leg will kicking off in March in Milan, Italy before heading to major cities like Amsterdam, Paris, and Berlin. She’ll then head across continents to Asia, performing in China, Japan, Shanghai, Tokyo and Bangkok, among others.
‘We had the most amazing time performing on the US Head Above Water Tour!” Lavigne said in a press statement. “I can’t believe how quickly it went by. Seeing all your faces each night and feeling your energy was exactly what I needed. I truly missed being up on stage, singing with you and this has brought me so much happiness which is why I’m even more excited to announce that I’ll be taking the Head Above Water Tour worldwide next year with dates in Europe, Japan, China and Southeast Asia!”
In Europe, €2 from each ticket and in the U.K., £2 from each ticket will be donated to The Avril Lavigne Foundation, which supports people with Lyme Disease, serious illness or disabilities.
Tickets go on sale Oct. 18. For more information, visit https://avrillavigne.com, and see below for the full list of European tour dates below.
March 16 – Milan, Italy – Fabrique
March 18 – Brussels, Belgium – Forest National
March 19 – Offenbach, Germany – Stadthalle Offenbach
March 20 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – AFAS Live
March 22 – Vienna, Austria – Gasometer
March 23 – Zurich, Switzerland – Volkshaus
March 26 – Paris, France – L’Olympia
March 28 – Berlin, Germany – Columbiahalle
March 29 – Cologne, Germany – Palladium
March 30 – Munich, Germany – Zenith
April 1 – London, UK – O2 Brixton Academy
April 2 – Manchester, UK – O2 Apollo