Miley Cyrus Leaves Arena Tours: It’s Not Natural


Miley Cyrus It is famous for its live performances (especially for its amazing covers), but never expect to see the pop star on an arena tour again. soon british fashion In his interview, Cyrus said that performing in such large venues makes him uncomfortable and would prefer to perform in smaller, more intimate spaces for his friends and family.

“It’s been a minute,” Cyrus said of the tour. after the end [headline arena] show me what i did [in 2014]I looked at it more as a question. And I can’t. Not being able to do it isn’t because it’s your talent, it’s my desire. Do I want to live my life for the pleasure or satisfaction of someone other than myself?”

“Singing for hundreds of thousands of people is not what I really like,” he continued. “No connection. There is no security. It’s also not natural. It’s very isolating because if you’re in front of 100,000 people, then you’re alone.”

Cyrus’ last arena show was the Bangerz Tour in 2015. The tour lasted 78 shows and stopped at venues such as London’s O2 Arena and New York City’s Barclays Center. Some fans speculated that Cyrus might be planning a new arena tour to support his eighth studio album “Endless Summer Vacation,” released in March. It seems unlikely based on recent comments, but perhaps Cyrus will tour at other types of venues, such as Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

“Endless Summer Vacation” features Cyrus’ song “Flowers”, the fastest track in Spotify history to surpass 1 billion streams in 112 days.

Producer Michael Pollack said, “The response to ‘Flowers’ has been absolutely insane. said Variation Earlier this year, in the midst of the single’s blockbuster success. “I’m not lost on how many unicorns this record is and how many times you’ve been part of something like this in your career.”

Read Cyrus’ latest cover story here: British Vogue’s website.

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