Demi Lovato's upcoming tour brings more than just music for fans
12:00 AM, February 11, 2018 / LAST MODIFIED: 01:19 PM, February 11, 2018

Demi Lovato's upcoming tour brings more than just music for fans

As Demi Lovato gets ready to embark on her sixth headlining tour, she is planning more than the fun and excitement of arena concerts for her fans.

The 25-year old diva spoke to Yahoo ahead of her Friday concert at the House of Blues in Dallas, where she has partnered with American Airlines and MasterCard to do an intimate performance before hitting the road for her “Tell Me You Love Me” Tour.

On each stop of Lovato's upcoming tour, fans will be offered free sessions with mental health professionals.

“I think it's just a great opportunity and it went so well last year,” she stated. “It changed some lives and saved some lives too from what people have told me, so I think it was a great opportunity to bring it back and said yes.”

Lovato is a mental health advocate who practices what she preaches. While on tour, she makes sure to carve out time for herself. “There's one thing I love to do for myself, and that's working out,” she said. “It's an hour or two hours a day that I get to focus on myself and nothing else. I get to do what I really enjoy, which is mixed martial arts — and that's kind of my time every day.”

About her Dallas concert, Demi said: “This show actually gives me the opportunity to have intimate performances with my fans and create some memories with them. What's really cool about intimate shows is you get to talk to the audience more. You get to be up close and personal with them.”

The “Tell Me You Love Me” Tour will have a different feel, however. “I want to put on a show for them,” Lovato said. “I want the entire show to express who I am personally as an artiste.”

One challenge is performing old songs — which happen to be some of her biggest hits — that she feels she has grown out of. When asked if there are any tunes she sometimes doesn't look forward to singing on stage, two came to mind. “Yeah, sometimes there are songs like 'Heart Attack' or 'Give Your Heart a Break', which don't really represent the type of artiste I am today, but they did so much for my career that I'm grateful for them,” she said.

Special guests DJ Khaled and Kehlani will join Lovato on tour, which kicks off later this month.


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