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Mandy Moore to launch 2020 tour in Pittsburgh

Zach Brendza
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Mandy Moore, hitting the road for the first time in over a decade, will kick off her 2020 North American tour at the Benedum Center, Pittsburgh.

Mandy Moore will be touring again in the new year, with a stop slated in Pittsburgh.

The pop singer and “This Is Us” star announced Tuesday a North American tour that starts at Pittsburgh’s Benedum Center on March 20. The tour runs from March to early May.

“It’s been over a decade since I’ve hit the road but I am thrilled to put together an intimate, elevated evening of new and old tunes, performed with a superb group of musician,” Moore said in a release.

Ticket for the show will go on sale 10 a.m. Friday, with presales starting Wednesday.

Moore recently released two singles, “When I Wasn’t Watching” and “I’d Rather Lose.” She is scheduled to release a new album in 2020 via Verve Forecast.

“It just feels good to be sharing this side of me again in its purest form, a real side of me I have been itching to put back into the universe,” Moore said.

Zach Brendza is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Zach at 724-850-1288, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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