South African singer and dancer Uncle Waffles is still on the move and has just announced a United States tour. It would be a follow-up to her African tour that saw her pop into several African countries, from Nigeria to Tanzania.
Now, she’s heading west to the United States. She’s understandably excited about the tour. Who wouldn’t be, really? It’s her first, and anticipations are high.
In a recent post on her verified Twitter account, the songstress shared the upcoming tour flyer. The tour will begin on 23 November at the Promontory in Chicago, Illinois. But she is expected to be in the States before then.
The next performance schedule is two days after, on 25 November, at the A.I in Washington, DC. A day after that, she would perform at Zanzi in Oakland and then head to Los Angeles for another performance on the 27th.
That marks the end of the November schedule in the United States.
Her tour continues on 1 December at the 1800 Lucky in California. Two days after, on 3 December, she would have her last leg of the United States at the Superior Ingredients Rooftop in New York.
We wager that Canadian rapper Drake would show up for one of her shows.