The 23-year-old singer has revealed plans for his fall headlining tour titled the Sounds Like Gibberish Tour, which kicks off October 6 in Tucson, AZ.
Max will hit major markets like Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York, before wrapping in Dallas, TX on November 7.
“I’m so insanely excited for this tour,” Max said in a statement. “I really want to give my people the most unique and special experience to date with our show. Been thinking about this headliner tour for months and can’t wait to share all of the crazy things we’ve come up with to make each show unlike anything people have ever seen or heard. Let’s have some fun baby.”
Be sure to grab your tickets starting on Friday, July 24 @ 10AM!
Victoria Justice flashes some peace signs with Cody Simpson at the 2015 DoSomething.org Spring Dinner held at Capitale on Thursday night (June 11) in New York City.
The 22-year-old actress was also joined by Max Schneider and Monique Coleman at the event where they celebrated a year of young people taking action on important social issues with a fun-filled evening of fundraising and entertainment.
Earlier in the week, Victoria stepped out for the Vans Custom Culture Event held at Industria Superstudio.
Vic was actually one of the judges selecting a $50,000 grand prize winner at the Vans Custom Culture competition.
FYI: Victoria was in head to toe Vans for that event. For the DoSomething.org dinner, she wore a cute BCBG Max Azria dress, Steve Madden shoes, with Henri Bendel jewelry and clutch.
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Max Schneider wears his signature fedora for the premiere of his new film, Love & Mercy, held at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater on Tuesday night (June 2) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
“Had an amazing time at the @lovemercyfilm premiere. Can’t wait for you guys to see this movie. Such an honor just to be a small part of it. Check it out in theaters this weekend June 5th!” the 22-year-old actor and musician posted on Instagram after the red carpet.
Love & Mercy centers on Beach Boys leader Brian Wilson, who in the 1960s, struggles with emerging psychosis as he attempts to craft his avant-garde pop masterpiece. In the 1980s, he is a broken, confused man under the 24-hour watch of shady therapist Dr. Eugene Landy.
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