The last thing anyone would associate post-Disney Miley Cyrus with is education. However, according to the 20 year old singer, her upcoming Bangerz world tour will be one that kids can learn from.
Sure, because to be valedictorian, you need an A in twerking.
According to the "Adore You" hit maker, the tour will expose kids to real art, which she feels people these days are under-exposed to. "It wasn't until I turned 21 that I wanted to learn [about art] because I'm from Nashville — that is not something that they care about," Miley explains. "I want my fans to walk away knowing more about the art that inspires me."
The tour, which will be supported by Icona Pop and Sky Ferreira in its North American leg, will give concert-goers a concert experience like no other. Straying away from the usual structure of a quintessential pop concert, the shows on the tour will follow a structure similar to that of a theatrical play, with acts and intermissions that will feature animation art created by Canadian animator John Kricfalusi, who is best known for creating The Ren & Stimpy Show.
Miley will be paid $500,000 for each show she performs in North America on this tour, which begins in Vancouver, Canada on February 14.
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