Ever since her 2007 debut album Coco, Colbie Caillat has been a consistent touring presence, earning a reputation for her intimate live shows and friendly, down-to-earth stage presence. Her substance-over-style approach to live performances emphasizes her natural talents as a musician rather than her image, making her performances of songs like the danceable “Hold On” and the emotional “Make It Rain” all the more special to fans.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
“Fantastic concert! Colbie's voice sounded amazing, she was super real and fun, and we all loved every minute.”
“…what put the concert over the top was the audience participation! She had everyone sing the chorus of ‘Bubbly,’ and even had us help out with ‘Favorite Song.’”
“Colbie Caillat was a pleasure to see. Not only is she adorable but you can see her authentic beauty in her music. It is very enjoyable to watch an artist live that writes their own music. She told you about each song, how and why it was created. This gave each song so much more depth...”
Following the 2007 release of her poppy debut album Coco, Colbie Caillat's career took off — within a year she had recorded a Grammy-winning duet with Jason Mraz, embarked on a summer tour in support of John Mayer, and kicked off her headlining Coco World Tour. More Grammy nominations would follow, including Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals for her duet “Breathe” with Taylor Swift, Best Pop Vocal Album for 2010’s Breakthrough, and Best Song Written for Visual Media for 2014's "We Both Know." In 2012, Colbie teamed up with fellow singer-songwriter Gavin DeGraw for a co-headlining summer tour before returning to the studio to record her fifth studio album, due out in 2014.