Cam Postpones 2018 Fall Tour

Switches Labels, Keeps European Dates and Ryman Show

Those who wanted to see Cam’s Road to Happiness Tour this fall will have to wait. The two-month tour has been postponed, and she has a new label home.

The “Burning House” singer announced on Saturday (Sept. 1) through social media her forthcoming album will be released through RCA New York and those with tickets to her upcoming tour will be refunded. Sony Music Nashville has been Cam’s label home since 2015.

“I had planned these shows to celebrate the release of my new music with you,” she writes, “but for reasons I can’t get into here, I decided I would not release my forthcoming album through Sony Nashville. This is an incredible step forward with RCA New York and means this new music will have the best launch possible, and the perfect tour will be happening with this music at a later date.”

Cam will still headline Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on Sept. 26, and her European run starting Sept. 11 in London will go on as planned.

Cam has spent part of 2018 traveling the world on Sam Smith’s the Thrill of It All Tour. She co-wrote “Palace” with Smith and Tyler Johnson for Smith’s 2017 album. Her CMT Crossroads with Smokey Robinson premiered in March.