Good news for Ella Mai fans. She will extending her tour and sure its not coming to Buffalo but its making stops in Cleveland and Toronto.

The tour will now run through May 22  and kicking off on March 5.

The tour is in support of the singer’s self-titled album, which features her latest single “Shot Clock” which gets alot of request on WBLK.Tickets for The Debut Tour will be made available to the public on Friday via Ella Mai’s dedicated website.

Here’s the full itinerary:

3/5 — Cleveland, OH, House of Blues
3/6 — Toronto, ON, The Danforth
3/7 — Montreal, QC, Club Soda
3/9 — Boston, MA, Royale
3/11 — Brooklyn, NY, Brooklyn Steel
3/12 — Brooklyn, NY, Brooklyn Steel
3/13 — Philadelphia, PA, The Fillmore
3/15 — Silver Spring, M.D., The Fillmore Silver Spring
3/16 — Baltimore, MD, Baltimore Sound Stage
3/18 — Atlanta, GA, Tabernacle
3/19 — Atlanta, GA, Tabernacle
3/20 — Orlando, FL, The Plaza Live
3/21 — Fort Lauderdale, FL, Revolution Live
3/23 — New Orleans, LA, BUKU Festival
3/24 — Houston, TX, House of Blues
3/26 — Dallas, TX, House of Blues
3/27 — Austin, TX, Emo’s
3/28 — San Antonio, TX, The Aztec Theatre
4/12 — Indio, CA, Coachella
4/17 — Los Angeles, CA, The Novo
4/19 — Indio, CA, Coachella
4/23 — Oakland, CA, The Fox
4/27 — Washington, DC, Broccoli City Festival
4/28 — Columbus, OH, Express Live!
4/29 — Indianapolis, IN, Egyptian Room
5/1 — Cincinnati, OH, Bogarts
5/4 — Tulsa, OK, Cain’s Ballroom
5/5 — St. Louis, MO, The Pageant
5/7 — Louisville, KY, The Mercury Ballroom
5/8 — Pittsburgh, PA, Stage AE
5/11 — New Haven, CT, Toad’s Place
5/12 — Providence, RI, Fete Ballroom
5/14 — Norfolk, VA, The NorVa
5/15 — Raleigh, NC, The Ritz
5/17 — Charlotte, NC, The Fillmore
5/18 — Columbia, SC, The Senate
5/19 — Gulf Shores, AL, Hangout Festival
5/21 — Memphis, TN, Minglewood Hall
5/22 — Nashville, TN, Marathon Music Work