"The tour is all 'Victorious' music," she said. "What I love about the music from the show is it's not little kid music. People from age 6 to 45 or 50 can enjoy it."
There will also be lights and fog, an opening set by Max Schneider of Nickelodeon's "How to Rock" and maybe a cover song or two. During "Make It in America," one of the songs Justice wrote, beach balls will be thrown into the crowd.
"It's lots of energy and lots of fun."
When she can find the time, Justice works on her own music. She's planning to release a solo album at some point, though she hasn't had much time lately to devote to it.
"I'm looking forward to really focusing on that soon. I have a few songs in the can that I want to include that are really strong," she said. "I'm writing some on the bus, just putting my heart and soul into it.
"I'm really passionate about it. I love songwriting. It's a creatively fulfilling experience and unlike anything I've done."
In the fall, she'll show off another new challenge: her first leading film role. "Fun Size," which also stars Johnny Knoxville, Chelsea Handler and Jane Levy, is scheduled for release Oct. 26.
Justice plays Wren, whose plan to attend a hot guy's Halloween party is thwarted when she's forced to take her brother trick-or-treating. That's bad enough...but then she loses him.
"Nuts stuff happens," she said. "I have to find my little brother and get him home before my mom finds out."
The comedy will be the latest project in a long line that has captured Justice's journey from child to young woman on film. For some, the prospect of a sort of video scrapbook could be daunting, but Justice loves it.
"It's been cool and exciting. I have amazing memories I can look back on. It's all on film or in pictures and magazines.
"It's something I'm very grateful for."
Reach Amy Robinson at flips...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-4881.