Ally Brooke is coming to a city near you.

UPDATE: At the time of our original post, Ally had two tour dates to choose from. She’s since added 17 more shows to the Time To Shine Tour. We love a booked queen.

EARLIER:

Ally is the least problematic former member of Fifth Harmony. All the other girls seem to get themselves entangled in Internet controversies. Not Queen Ally.

The pint-sized popette has released barely a handful of songs since parting ways from the band, and despite their non-existent placement on the Hot 100, Ally is forging forward with a tour.

It’s titled the Time To Shine Tour. We love an inspirational queen.

The run has two shows:

Get your tickets here.

I know you’re probably thinking the floppage is real, however I would like to point out that despite Ally’s uphill battle with numbers and charts and streams, she’s continuing to pursue her passion, and that’s something worth celebrating. Also, stream “Low Key.”

3 Responses

  1. So what’s better: doing this, or announcing a huge arena tour like Camila and having a hard time to sell all that? She’s working on her passion, that should be enough.

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