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Portraits World Tour (2019 – 2020)

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Album: Portraits

Start Date: 22 Febraury 2019

End Date: 31 January 2020

Legs: 8
49 shows in North America
13 shows in Asia
9 Shows in Europe
The Portraits World Tour was Greyson’s first world tour, and 5th tour over all. The first leg of this tour was dubbed the “Portraits Tour – North America” and later returned as the Portraits World Tour in the summer of 2019. Greyson promoted what he considers his “debut album” (2nd studio album), Portraits. This tour took Greyson and his music throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. Some of the shows were a part of festivals and other events, so the setlist had to be altered. Two shows had to be canceled – one due to Greyson falling ill with the flu. Both shows where rescheduled for later dates.


  1. “Shut Up”
  2. “Bleed You Still”
  3. “Seasons Nineteen”
  4. “Timekeeper”
  5. “Low”
  6. “Stand”
  7. “West Texas”
  8. “No Fear”
  9. “Black On Black”
  10. “Twenty One”
  11. “Good As Gold”
  12. “More Than Me”
  13. “Lakeshore”
  14. “White Roses”
  15. “Yours”

Tour Dates

go to: North America — Leg 1
go to: North America — Leg 2
go to: Asia — Leg 3
go to: North America — Leg 4
go to: Asia (China) — Leg 5
go to: Europe — Leg 6
go to: North America — Leg 7
go to: North America — Leg 8

North America — Leg 1 (2019)

February 22 Washington DC DC 9 [photos
February 23 Atlanta, Georgia Masquerade Purgatory [photos
March 1 New York City Gramercy Theatre [photos
March 2 Toronto, Ontario (Canada) The Drake Hotel [photos
March 3 Toronto, Ontario (Canada) The Drake Hotel [photos
March 9 Tulsa, Oklahoma The Vanguard [photos
March 10 Dallas, Texas Three Links [photos
March 14 Austin, Texas Palm Door (SXSW) [photos
March 15 San Francisco, California VooDoo Room @ Cafe Due Nord [photos
March 16 Los Angeles, California The Roxy [photos
March 21 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hard Rock Cafe [photos
March 22 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Foundry at Fillmore [photos
March 23 Boston, Massachusetts Sonia [photos
April 5 Chicago, Illinois Lincoln Hall [photos
April 7 Denver, Colorado Lost Lake [photos


North America — Leg 2 (2019)

July 11 Seattle, Washington Neumos [photos
July 12 Vancouver, Canada Fox Cabaret [photos
July 13 San Diego, California San Diego Pride Festival [photos


Asia — Leg 3 (2019)

July 25 Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam M-Plex Studios & Theatre  
July 27 Jakarta, Indonesia The Pallas [photos
July 28 Manila, Philippines Eastwood Mall Open Park [photos


North America — Leg 4 (2019)

September 6 Columbus, Ohio A&F Challenge  [photos
September 14  Nashville, Tennessee Outloud Festival  [photos


Asia (China) — Leg 5 (2019)

September 17 Taipei, Taiwan Legacy Music Exhibition Space [photos]
September 19 Shenzhen, China Hou Live [photos]
September 20 Guangzhou, China T:Union [photos]
September 21 Chongqing, China Cultural Palace Grand [photos]
September 22 Chengdu. China Zhengou Art Center [photos]
September 26 Hangzhou, China Mao Livehouse [photos]
September 27 Shanghai, China Modern Sky Lab [photos]
September 28 Nanjing, China Euler Art Space [photos]
September 29 Beijing, China Candy Line [photos]
September 30 Xi’an, China Core Space [photos]


Europe — Leg 6

October 5 Amsterdam, Netherlands Paradiso (canceled & rescheduled)
October 9 Ghent, Belgium Charlatan [photos]
October 10 Berlin, Germany Badehaus [photos]
October 11 Dublin, Ireland The Academy 2 [photos]
October 12 London, England The Courtyard [photos]
October 13 Oslo, Norway Parkteatret [photos]
October 15 London, England The Courtyard [photos]
October 16 Paris, France 1999 [photos]
October 18 Glasgow, Scotland Attic Bar @ The Garage [photos]
October 19 Amsterdam, Netherlands Paradiso [photos]

North America — Leg 7 (2019)

October 31 Orlando, Florida Soundbar [photos]
November 1 Atlanta, Georgia Hell at Masquerade [photos]
November 2 Washington, D.C. Rock & Roll Hotel [photos]
November 7 Toronto, Ontario (Canada) Mod Club Theatre [photos]
November 8 Montreal, Québec (Canada) Bar Le Ritz [photos]
November 9 New York City, New York Sony Hall [photos]
November 10 Boston, Massachusetts Brighton Music Hall [photos]
November 14 Des Moines, Iowa Vaudeville Mews [photos]
November 15 Minneapolis, Minesota Studio B at Skyway Theatre [photos]
November 16 Milwaukee, Wisconsin The Miramar Theatre [photos]
November 21 Cincinnati, Ohio Top Cats [photos]
November 22 Kansas City, Missouri Record Bar [photos]
November 23 Tulsa, Oklahoma The Vanguard [photos]
November 27 Denver, Colorado Globe Hall [photos]
November 29 Chicago, Illinois Bottom Lounge (canceled / rescheduled)

December 5 San Diego, California VooDoo Room @ House of Blues [photos]
December 6 Phoenix, Arizona The Rebel Lounge [photos]
December 7 Los Angeles, California El Rey Theatre [photos]
December 12 Houston, Texas White Oak Music Hall [photos]
December 13 Austin, Texas Barracuda [photos]
December 14 Dallas, Texas Club Dada [photos]

North America — Leg 8 (2020)

January 10 Oakland, California The New Parish [photos]
January 11 Portland, Oregon Stage 722 [photos]
January 18 Salt Lake City, Utah The Complex [photos]
January 19 Detroit, Michigan The Shelter @ St. Andrew’s Hall [photos]
January 20 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Foundry at Fillmore [photos]
January 23 Seattle, Washington The Crocodile [photos]
January 24 Bellingham, Washington Mount Baker Theatre [photos]
January 25 Vancouver, British Columbia (Canada) Fortune Sound Club [photos]
January 31 Chicago, Illinois Bottom Lounge [photos]