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(July 11, 2016 – New York, NY)  Celebrating her 20th birthday today, EP Entertainment/Def Jam Recordings global sensation Alessia Cara has launched her brand new single “Scars To Your Beautiful” with an exclusive video premiere on

Hailed by Teen Vogue as “one of the most profound and poetic self-esteem tracks to hit airwaves in a while,” Scars To Your Beautiful’s message of positivity and self-empowerment resonates throughout the video, which shares the stories of a diverse cast proudly defining their own beauty.

“The world sometimes tells us that we shouldn’t be happy with ourselves if we don’t fit certain standards of beauty,” says Alessia. “’Scars To Your Beautiful’ is my reminder that beauty isn’t only one look, shape, size, or color. Beauty comes in all forms – tangible and intangible – inside and out. We need to recognize that.”

The powerful message of “Scars To Your Beautiful” is the lynchpin behind her new partnership with I AM THAT GIRL, the national movement that has been inspiring girls for the past six years to love, express, and be who they are.

Alessia and I AM THAT GIRL are set to debut a new spot this week announcing their campaign centered around “the honest conversation about our physical and emotional scars, our struggles, and all the things we don’t normally talk about.” IATG will co-create a curriculum inspired by Alessia’s song, including a downloadable kit for IATG chapters, social activations, and live “Your Beautiful” events engaging both IATG chapters and Alessia’s fan communities.”

Aside from major festival bookings at Coachella, Glastonbury and Lollapalooza, Alessia has spent the summer as direct support for Coldplay’s A Head Full Of Dreams tour in Europe and the UK, and will continue on through the U.S. leg, starting July 16th at Metlife Stadium in New Jersey through September 3rd at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA.

Today, Alessia announces the KNOW-IT-ALL Tour Part II, her own solo headlining tour of the U.S., beginning September 29th at the Fillmore in Silver Spring, MD. The 21-city tour sees Alessia headlining her biggest rooms yet – with shows at prestigious venues including New York City’s famed Radio City Music Hall, Boston’s Orpheum Theatre, the Wiltern in Los Angeles, Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, and the Jackie Gleason Theater in Miami Beach. (See tour dates below.) Supporting Alessia on the tour will be Nathan Sykes and Ruth B.

Citi® cardmembers have access to pre-sale tickets now through Citi’s Private Pass® Program. For complete pre-sale details, visit Tickets for the general public go on-sale, Friday, July 15 starting at 10am local time at

During the KNOW-IT-ALL Tour Part IIAlessia will be working with the Ryan Seacrest Foundation (RSF), whose broadcast media centers (Seacrest Studios) at pediatric hospitals in nearly a dozen locations are inspiring youth through entertainment and education-focused initiatives. She will visit several of the pediatric hospital-based RSF Seacrest Studios, and interact with and perform for patients.  For more information, visit

For more details on the upcoming KNOW-IT-ALL Tour Part II, and all things Alessia Cara, visit


Date                City                                         Venue                                     
Sept.    29        Silver Spring, MD                  The Fillmore
30        Philadelphia, PA                     The Fillmore
Oct.     1          Boston, MA                             Orpheum Theatre
4          New York, NY                        Radio City Music Hall
6          Detroit, MI                              The Fillmore
7          Chicago, IL                             Chicago Theatre
8          Minneapolis, MN                    Orpheum Theatre
10        Denver, CO                             Paramount Theatre
11        Salt Lake City, UT                  The Depot
13        Los Angeles, CA                    The Wiltern
15        Las Vegas, NV                       The Foundry Hall at SLS
17        San Francisco, CA                  Masonic Theater
18        San Diego, CA                        Copley Symphony Hall
19        Phoenix, AZ                            Comerica Theater
21        Grande Prairie, TX                  Verizon Theater
22        Houston, TX                           White Oak Music Hall
24        Nashville, TN                          Ryman Auditorium
25        Atlanta, GA                             The Tabernacle
27        Clearwater, FL                        Ruth Eckerd Hall
28        Miami Beach, FL                    Fillmore at Jackie Gleason Theater
29        Orlando, FL                            Hard Rock Live
Nov.     1          Montreal, CAN                       Metropolis
2          Toronto, CAN                         Massey Hall