Will Mark Ronson Tour in 2019?

We’re coming up on the release of Late Night Feelings, Mark Ronson’s fifth studio album. So far, we’ve received just two singles: “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” feat. Miley Cyrus and the disco-driven, Lykke Li-featured title track. “Late Night Feelings” recently received a 70’s inspired music video of a lounge singing, love-stricken Li and Ronson classically thrown in the background, dressed as a club event performer.

Check out Mark Ronson’s latest video, below.

It continues to be a huge year for Ronson, who raked in both an Academy Award and a Golden Globe for cowriting “Shallow,” for Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper in A Star Is Born. And that wasn’t Ronson’s only Grammy this year. He also won one for co-writing/producing and “Electricity”, featuring vocals from Dua Lipa, with Diplo beneath the moniker Silk City.

Late Night Feelings, in addition to Lykke Li and Miley Cyrus, will also feature Camila Cabello, Alicia Keys, Angel Olsen, King Princess—the first artist signed to Ronson’s label, Zelig Records—and more. Dropping on June 21stLate Night Feelings will arrive before most of Ronson’s scheduled summer music festival appearances, which include Pinknic Fest, BLI Summer Jam, and KaBoo Festival. 

Considering Mark Ronson is coming up on a huge album release, and will be making a few festival performances this Summer, we’re beginning to wonder: Will Mark Ronson Tour in 2019? Though Ronson hasn’t announced any plans so far, we are hoping that a string of DJ sets across America is in our future.

With his wide range of radio-tagious hits, Ronson is known for throwing incredible concerts. Like last December’s double-headlining concert in Japan, where he kept a crowd upwards of 20,000 hyped to the end. Could Mark Ronson be the pop maestro of this decade? If the promotion of Late Night Feelings includes a full, North American tour, we think it’s likely. Especially since, between LPs, Ronson seems to have his hand in several gold-stricken songs.

And just imagine the guests Mark Ronson’s tour would generate, as the songwriter/DJ/musician/producer’s connectivity is as wide-ranging as his role in pop music.

Stay tuned for more news, as we think Ronson will be announcing his plans for 2019, soon.

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