Mariah the Scientist Announces ‘To Be Eaten Alive’ 2024 Tour

Performing her third studio LP throughout the US, UK and Europe.

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Mariah the Scientist will be heading on tour next year in support of her third studio album, To Be Eaten Alive. The project arrived in October as his first release through Epic Records, following a newly inked deal with the label.

The LP spans 10 songs across just 30 minutes, led with the addictive single “From A Woman.” Serving as a counterpart to Young Thug’s “From A Man,” Mariah offers up her own perspective on love and relationships.

The To Be Eaten Alive tour will kick off on February 1 at The Republik in Honolulu, Hawaii. From there, the singer will hit major cities across Europe, making stops in Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Paris and Amsterdam.

After a string of shows in the UK, she’ll head to Seattle’s Neptune Theatre on March 6. Later stops in the US will see Mariah hit Los Angeles, Dallas, Chicago, Boston, Washington DC, Brooklyn and more.

Check out the full list of stops for Mariah the Scientist’s To Be Eaten Alive tour on her official website. Tickets will go on sale on December 1 at 10 a.m. local time.

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