Tours


YG is starting 2019 off on the road. The Compton rapper announces the “Stay Dangerous” North American tour. Kicking off Jan. 17 in Vancouver, Canada, the 19-date trek will make stops in Seattle, Denver, New York City, Toronto, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Houston, and San Francisco, before wrapping up on Mar. 10 in Reno, Nevada. Tickets can be purchased starting this Friday (Nov. 16) on YG’s official website and Ticketmaster. The tour is in support of YG’s third studio album of the same name, featuring appearances by Nicki Minaj, 2 Chainz, Big Sean, A$AP Rocky, Ty Dolla $ign and Quavo of Migos.

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Action Bronson is starting 2019 off on the road. The Queens MC announced on Wednesday night (Nov. 7), “The White Bronco Tour.” The North American trek kicks off Feb. 11 in Boston, running until Mar. 16 in Los Angeles. The 20-date tour will make stops in New York City, Toronto, Chicago, Denver, Vancouver, Seattle, Oakland, and San Diego. Bam Bam’s extended rap family of Roc Marciano and Meyhem Lauren will serve as supporting acts. The tour is in support of Action Bronson’s White Bronco project, his first since departing Atlantic Records earlier this year. A$AP Rocky, Harry Fraud, Party Supplies, Big Body Bes, Mayhem Lauren, Knxwledge, Daringer and more contribute to the album.

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A$AP Rocky has (finally) announced a tour in support of his latest album TESTING. The Injured Generation Tour will take the Harlem rapper across North America early next year, kicking off in Minneapolis, MN on Jan. 8 and wrapping up in Kent, WA on Feb. 6. Pretty Flacko will also make stops in cities including Chicago, Toronto, Philadelphia, Houston and Inglewood. No word yet on who’ll be supporting.

Tickets go on sale this Friday (Nov. 2).

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Mariah Carey is coming to a city near you next year. The singing diva has announced her “Caution” North American tour. Kicking off February 2 in Dallas, the 22-date trek makes stops in major cities like Houston, Atlanta, Chicago, Toronto, New York, Boston, and Philadelphia before wrapping up on April 6 in Bethlehem, PA. Fans can purchase pre-sale tickets starting October 23 at 10 a.m. local time via exclusive access on Carey’s Honey B. Fly fan club. General public ticket sales start on October 26.

The tour is in support of Mariah Carey’s upcoming 15th studio album, Caution, available everywhere on November 16. The R&B songstress released the single “The Distance” with Ty Dolla $ign and Skrillex last week. See the full tour dates below.

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Freddie Gibbs is heading back on the road this fall/winter. Gangsta Gibbs starts the new week off by announcing “The Freddie Tour.” The road show, named after his latest album, runs for 19 dates between November and December. The North American trek kicks off on Nov. 11 in Chicago, making stops in Toronto, Philadelphia, New York, Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, and Vancouver, ending Dec. 15 in Seattle. Fans planning to attend the tour can purchase tickets on Gibbs’ official website. See the full dates and venues below.

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DOM Kennedy has been promoting the project Volume Two in recent times. The Leimert Park native surprises fans by dropping the album on Tuesday (Oct. 1). Coming in at 16 tracks, Volume Two is lead by the songs “Best Friend” and “Brenda’s Baby.” Jay 305, Krondon, Ray Wright and Glasses Malone all make guest appearances on the album, out now on iTunes.

The L.A. spitter is also hitting the road this fall, headlining the “Win Or Lose” tour. The North American trek runs for 26 dates, making stops in Detroit, Chicago, New York, Toronto, Atlanta, Houston, San Francisco, Seattle, Las Vegas and Santa Ana. Dreamville’s Cozz, Jay 305 and Warm Brew will serve as supporting acts. Stream the album and see the full tour dates below.

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H.E.R. is coming to a city near you this fall. The R&B star announces her upcoming North American tour, “I Used to Know Her.” Running for 21 dates from November to December, the road show kicks off November 10th in Atlanta, GA. From there, the tour makes stops in Philadelphia, Toronto, Montreal, Brooklyn, Houston, Dallas, Las Vegas, and the finale on Dec. 20 in San Francisco. H.E.R. will be supported by Bri Steves, serving as opening act. Fans can purchase tickets this Friday (Sept. 14) at 10 a.m. local time over on the singer’s official website.

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Nicki Minaj and Future were set to kick off the North American leg of their NICKIHNDRXX Tour next month, with supporting act 6ix9ine and others. In a press release that got sent out on Tuesday evening (Aug. 21), it was announced the 28-date North American leg has been cancelled. In a statement, Live Nation notes that Nicki, “has decided to reevaluate elements of production on the NickiHndrxx Tour…and to contribute more time to rehearsal ahead of the tour’s launch to make certain her fans get the absolute best quality show that they deserve.”

The European and UK leg of the tour will continue with its original dates in February. New North American dates will begin in May 2019 without Future, who has pulled out due to the rescheduling. The news comes hours after a report that ticket sales for the tour have been poor so far.

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Travis Scott is bringing the carnival show on the road. The Houston rapper/producer announces the “Astroworld: Wish You Were Here” North American tour. The 27-date arena trek kicks off November 8 in Baltimore, making stops in Miami, Atlanta, Houston, Toronto, Boston, Detroit, Denver, and Phoenix before wrapping up on December 19 in Inglewood, California. La Flame will be supported on the tour by Trippie Redd, Gunna, Cactus Jack/G.O.O.D. Music artist Sheck Wes, and Virgil Abloh. On Monday (Aug. 20), the full dates and venues were revealed on Ticketmaster.

Various pre-sales for the tour begins this Tuesday (Aug. 21) at 10 a.m. EST with the general public sale starting this Friday (Aug. 24). The tour is in support of Travis Scott’s third studio album, which has spent two weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart.

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Teyana Taylor mad headlines on Wednesday (Aug. 15), announcing she dropped out of the “Later That Night” tour due to mistreatment from her tourmate Jeremih. “I’ve been extremely mistreated on this tour so on that note i will NO longer continue to stay on the #LaterThatNightTour because if I do ima end up knocking this ni**a out,” said the G.O.O.D. Music singer.

Now a day later, Taylor announces the tour will continue, renamed to the “#KTSEOnAlseVII” tour. In response to a fan’s question on social media, Teyana revealed Jeremih has been removed from the lineup. Dani Leigh will serve as opening act, as all the other tour dates will remain the same except for a show in Toronto this week that will be rescheduled.

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