Ali Gatie Announces Global ‘All The Things I Wish I Said Tour’

Today, multi-platinum Canadian singer Ali Gatie announced his 2024 ‘All The Things I Wish I Said Tour.’ Produced by Live Nation, the 21-date global run kicks off on Friday Jan 26 — Detroit, MI — Saint Andrews Hall, with stops across North America, Europe and the UK in Toronto, Montreal, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, Brussels, Berlin, Amsterdam and more before wrapping up on Sunday, April 21 in London at Earth Hall.

With his delicate fusion of R&B and pop, Ali Gatie has quickly become one of the most impactful artists in the world. He’s garnered over 3.6 billion global streams, boasts 2.4 million TikTok followers, and is nearing the 1 billion-view mark on YouTube. Alongside his solo successes, he has also collaborated with artists like Ty Dolla $ign, Alessia Cara, Tate McCrae, Marshmello, and MAX.

Ali Gatie’s music is intimate in a way that almost feels private. The Toronto-raised artist’s pop-meets-R&B is often vulnerable, wounded, and yearning — listening is less like thumbing through his diary than stumbling upon the pages he’s ripped out and stuffed at the bottom of a drawer. Hits like double-platinum acoustic love letter “It’s You” and the 2021 EP, The Idea of Her, demonstrate how affecting such an approach can be — he shares the contours of his emotions in hopes that listeners see themselves reflected. And his fans, The LISNers, have connected to these songs in a way that feels profound. After blossoming his sound via bigger projects like 2020’s You, he’s now accumulated over 3.5 billion streams across platforms. Gatie isn’t the type to care about such numbers, but it’s evidence of the powerfully authentic bonds he’s been able to form. The Idea of Her is full of new leaps, including a colorful collaboration with Marshmello and Ty Dolla $ign called “Do You Believe,” which makes it the perfect next step for both Gatie and The LISNers — the EP underscores his unguarded approach to songwriting while emphasizing that there are new worlds out there to explore. “I want my fans to know I’m still figuring this out,” he says of his next chapter. “I might not know for five or 10 years, but this is where I feel like I sit most comfortably. You can expect the unexpected.”

Fri Jan 26 — Detroit, MI — Saint Andrews Hall
Sun Jan 28 — Chicago, IL — House of Blues Chicago
Fri Feb 02 — Toronto, ON — The Opera House
Mon Feb 05 — Montreal, QC — Théâtre Beanfield
Wed Feb 07 — Boston, MA — Paradise Rock Club presented by Citizens
Fri Feb 09 — New York, NY — Irving Plaza Powered by Verizon 5G
Sat Feb 10 — Brooklyn, NY — Warsaw
Mon Feb 12 — Atlanta, GA — Buckhead Theatre
Wed Feb 14 — Houston, TX — House of Blues Houston
Fri Feb 16 — Ft. Worth, TX — Tannahills Tavern and Music Hall
Mon Feb 19 — Phoenix, AZ — The Van Buren
Wed Feb 21 — Los Angeles, CA — The Wiltern
Thu Feb 22 — San Francisco, CA — The Fillmore
Wed Apr 10 — Paris, France — Trabendo
Thu Apr 11 — Brussels, Belgium — Le Botanique
Sat Apr 13 — Cologne, Germany — Die Kantine
Sun Apr 14 — Berlin, Germany — Hole44
Wed Apr 17 — Amsterdam, Netherlands — Melkweg OZ
Fri Apr 19 — Manchester, UK — Academy 2
Sun Apr 21 — London, UK — Earth Hall