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Katy Perry tickets are very popular with fans of her music. In 2001 she released her debut album, Katy Hudson. Over the course of her career she has won five American Music Awards, five MTV Music Awards and five Billboard Music Awards. When you see her live in concert you could hear smash hits like Roar, Firework, I Kissed A Girl and many more.

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