Grammy Award-winning and multi platinum selling singer-songwriter, Colbie Caillat, has announced plans for a headline tour to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of her 2007 breakthrough album, COCO. The tour marks Caillat's first national headline tour in over six years and she will play her double platinum debut album COCO in its entirety.About the upcoming tour, Colbie explains, "I can't believe it's been almost 15 years since I released my first album COCO. It's still my favorite album from start to finish. I look forward to playing all of those songs live for you on tour next year! Sharing stories of how I wrote the songs, the recording process, and my life at that time when I was just 20 years old." Colbie Caillat is a two-time Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter whose music has more than 5 billion streams and sold over six million albums and twenty million singles worldwide. Her breakthrough hit "Bubbly" remains one of the best-selling digital tracks in history and her debut album COCO hit #5 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart upon release, while her sophomore set Breakthrough landed at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart. From 2011's All of You, "Brighter Than The Sun" went platinum. Colbie's fourth album "Gypsy Heart" featured her platinum single "Try" which was co-written by legendary producer and singer-songwriter, Babyface. Including her collaboration "Lucky" with Jason Mraz for which she won a grammy Caillat's radio career features 8 #1 or top 10 singles in multiple formats. Since 2019, Callait has been making music with her country band Gone West, touring nationally as well as releasing an EP and album. She has also re-released new music with Taylor Swift and this year completed a Christmas collaboration with country crooner Brett Young. Colbie has played sold out venues everywhere alongside everybody from John Mayer to Sheryl Crow. Throughout her career, she has been an avowed spokesperson and supporter for ASPCA, the Surfrider Foundation, Save The Music, Farm Sanctuary, and The Humane Society of the United States.