The "Roar" and "Chained to the Rhythm" pop star will release a new album, "Witness", on June 9 and bring her tour to Omaha's CenturyLink Center on November 28.
Katy has so far released two tracks from the album, Chained to the Rhythm and Bon Appetit, both of which "hint at the breadth of the musical and thematic elements found on Witness".
Katy Perry announced on Monday a new concert tour, with a performance December 1 at the Xcel Energy Center on the schedule.
Witness, Perry's first album since 2013's Prism, is set for release on June 9. A massive North American tour will follow.
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Tickets go on sale for the general public starting on May 22 with Citi cardholders and Ticketmaster verified fan members able to purchase tickets on Thursday. While she's not athletic enough to pull off the kind of gymnastic moves that P!nk does during her concerts, she did allow herself to be hoisted into the Q's rafters during various parts of the show. Tickets start at $35.75 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday.
However, despite their disagreements and after Taylor allegedly wrote her 2015 song "Bad Blood" about Katy, she said she won't be addressing her feud on her own record.
The singer, who is scheduled to perform on United States television's Saturday Night Live's May 20 season finale, also announced details of an extensive arena tour for 2017.
"And I still am Katy Perry and I love her so much but, at the core, I'm Katheryn Hudson and I think that's being revealed as I embrace who I really am".