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Betty Who gives a 'Larger Than Life' Performance on the 'BIG! Tour'

Singer-songwriter, Betty Who took the stage of The Anthem at the biggest performance of her career on the night of March 10th, 2023.

Betty Who performs 'Mama Say' at The Anthem in Washington, D.C. (Shannon Flack)

Three high-energy performers took to the stage of The Anthem to perform electric sets which created a party-like atmosphere in the venue. Shea Couleé opened the show with a 6 song set. She included anecdotes about her time on RuPaul's Drag Race which brought about cheers from the crowd.

RuPaul's Drag Race Star, Shea Couleé opens for the 'BIG! Tour' at The Anthem (Shannon Flack)

The crowd slowly trickled in during Shea Couleé's set, but she was not fazed. This seasoned performer commanded the stage from the first note of 'New Phone Who Dis?'--a single off of her debut studio album '8'. As her set continued the standing room floor began to fill. Drinks between friends were shared and the dance party quickly went full throttle. Shea Couleé was the perfect way to start the night. As Couleé's set concluded the audience began to anxiously await the arrival of electronic-pop star Slayyyter.

Slayyyter performs 'Dog House' (Shannon Flack)

Former SoundCloud artist tuned pop singer, Slayyyter, was met with technical difficulties from the moment she stepped foot onstage. Several minutes passed before her set could properly begin as planned but she carried on with ease. Slayyyter strutted around the stage interacting with the audience while patiently waiting for her music. Once the performance began it was clear she was having the time of her life onstage. With this being her only performance on the 'BIG! Tour' she didn't want to let a second go to waste. Her set pushed the energy in the crowd to level-11 creating the perfect scene to pass the baton to headliner Betty Who.

Betty Who (Middle) with Dancers Ricky Munoz (Left) and Joshua Pelatzky (Right) (Shannon Flack)

Australian-American pop star Betty Who was very open about her adoration for the attendees from DC and The Anthem. The 3,200-seat, 6,000-standing-room capacity venue was the largest location to house one of her concerts since the inception of her career. Who sang crowd favorites from each of her 4 albums while focusing on the 2022 release--Big!. Her two dancers Ricky Munoz and Joshua Pelatzky were seasoned professionals whose palpable connection with Betty Who was undeniable. Who's crystal clear voice paired with her 'big' stage presence left a colossal impact on all who were in attendance that night. Her love for music and performing was evident with every note and every move she made.

The Crowd at The Anthem during Betty Who's Performance (Shannon Flack)

Setlist Information

Shea Couleé

New Phone Who Dis?

Let Go


La Perla


Your Name


Erotic Electronic

Dog House



Troubled Paradise


Daddy AF

Betty Who


Mama Say



Marry Me

Glory Days / Old Me / Pretend You're Missing Me / Look Back / Lovin' Start / You Can Cry Tomorrow


Just Thought You Should Know



Wanna Be (Acoustic)


Human Touch


All of You (shortened)


High Society

Someone Loves You



I Love You Always Forever (Donna Lewis Cover)

Upcoming Tour Dates

March 11, 2023 - New Your, NY @ Hammerstein Ballroom

March 14, 2023 - Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer

March 15, 2023 - Boston, MA @ House of Blues

March 17, 2023 - Toronto, ON @ The Danforth Music Hall

March 18, 2023 - Detroit. MI @ Saint Andrews Hall

March 19, 2023 - Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall

March 21, 2023 - Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre

March 22, 2023 - Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue

March 24, 2023 - Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre

March 25, 2023 - Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot

March 28, 2023 - Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDo

March 29, 2023 - Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom

March 31, 2023 - San Francisco, CA @ The Warfield

April 1, 2023 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Novo

all upcoming shows will be opened by Shea Couleé

Ticket information can be found at

About Betty Who

Casting a striking presence as a performer, emanating confidence as a writer, and inspiring as an independent force, Australia-born and Los Angeles-based pop star Betty Who has quietly elevated herself to a worldwide phenomenon on her own terms. Acclaimed by Entertainment Weekly, Vogue, Rolling Stone, Buzzfeed, Elle Magazine, and more, Betty’s sophomore album, The Valley, yielded a string of international hits, including “I Love You Always Forever” certified double-platinum in Australia and “Human Touch.” Total Spotify streams exceed 150 million as she regularly averages over 3.3 million monthly listeners on the platform. Beyond countless sold out headline tours, she’s delivered knockout television appearances on The Today Show, Late Night With Seth Meyers, The View, and many more aside. Betty’s commitment to charity, health, and wellness matches her passion for music. She has given performances to benefit UNICEF, ACLU, Planned Parenthood, The Trevor Project, Human Rights Campaign, and many more. She joined forces with Lululemon and Soul Cycle to launch the acoustic “Beats Per Moment” tour, ran a Nike marathon on the entertainment team, and partnered with a personal favorite workout app, Aaptiv, for playlisting.


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