Tours


Hip-hop’s Cheech and Chong are hitting the road this year. To warm us up for their long-awaited joint album of the same name, Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa have announced the 2009 Tour, a 22-city North American run which kicks off in Seattle on Feb. 8 and wraps up in San Antonio in Mar. 9. Spitta and Wiz will also roll through cities including San Francisco, Chicago and Atlanta, as well as their respective hometowns of New Orleans and Pittsburgh.

Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa’s 2009 album is also due out this year, which marks the 10th anniversary of their first collaborative project, How Fly. The pair also linked up for the Live In Concert EP back in 2013, in addition to countless album cuts, mixtape joints and loosies.

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B2K are coming back together. The popular boy band from the early ’00s will reunite for ‘The Millennium Tour’ in 2019. Behind such hits like “Bump Bump Bump,” “Badaboom” and more, the quarter of Omarion, Raz B, Boog, and Fizz are hitting the road for the first time in over a decade. In production with G-Squared Events, Omarion Worldwide, Hall of Fame Entertainment, and Blvd. Music, the tour will consist of over 24 shows. Lloyd, Pretty Ricky, Mario, Chingy and Ying Yang Twins are joining the bill as special guests.

The tour scheduled is set to be released on Dec. 31, with tickets going on sale starting Jan. 4, 2019 in some markets. In other cities, ticket sales will begin on Jan. 11. For ticket info and concert details, fans can head over to G-Squared Events.

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Travis Scott delivered one of this year’s hottest live shows with his “Astroworld: Wish You Were Here” Tour. As the arena show wraps up this week with two more dates left, the Houston rapper/producer announces a second leg starting in the new year. The 28-date North American trek kicks off Jan. 25 in Vancouver, Canada, making stops in Portland, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Houston, Chicago, New York City, Montreal, Toronto, and Atlanta, before concluding on Mar. 24 in Charlotte.

Ticket pre-sales start on this Tuesday (Dec. 18) for AMEX card holders, followed by a fan/merchandise pre-sale on Wednesday (Dec. 19) via Scott’s official website. General public ticket sales go live at 10 a.m. local time on Thursday (Dec. 20). The tour is in support of Travis Scott’s No. 1 album of the same name, which returned to the top spot on Billboard earlier this month.

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T-Pain is spending the early half of 2019 on the road. The R&B veteran announces the “1UP” tour, hitting major U.S. cities nationwide. Kicking off Mar. 20 in Baltimore, the 15-date road show will make stops in Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Atlanta, Chicago, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, wrapping up Apr. 9 in San Diego. Fans of the Grammy Award-winning singer can purchase tickets for the tour at 10am local time this Friday (Dec. 14). T-Pain’s latest single “Might Be” featuring Gucci Mane can be heard here.

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Vince Staples is hitting the road early next year in support of his latest album FM! The newly-announced Smile, You’re on Camera Tour will take the Long Beach rapper across North America, kicking off in Tucson, AZ on Feb. 1 and wrapping up in Pomona, CA on April 3. He’ll also make stops in Atlanta, NYC, Toronto, Chicago and Los Angeles along the way. Buddy and JPEGMAFIA will support on select dates.

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Lil’ Wayne is giving back to his hardcore fans. As a thank you to those that waited years for his new album and Billboard chart-topping Tha Carter V, Weezy F. Baby announces the “Ain’t Shit Without You” tour. Partnering with TIDAL, the Young Money general is allowing fans register and vote for the upcoming road show to come to their city. A handful of intimate shows, TIDAL will also exclusively stream the concerts for those Weezy lovers that can’t make the live show. Fans have until December 10 to register and vote for their city over on the official website.

Watch Lil’ Wayne’s announcement below.

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Anderson .Paak is hitting the road next year, announcing his “Andy’s Beach Club” world tour. The Aftermath star’s incredible live show consists of 26 dates, kicking off Feb. 11 in San Francisco. Leg one of the tour will make stops in Detroit, Chicago, Atlanta, New York City, Boston, and Toronto. After a week break, the road show continues, heading to European cities like Oslo, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Paris, London, Berlin, and Milan before wrapping up Mar. 21 in Vienna. Pre-sale for leg one of the tour goes on-sale this Wednesday (Dec. 5) at 10 a.m. local time. General public sale goes live this Friday (Dec. 7) at 10 a.m. local time.

Supported by The Free Nationals, the tour is in support of Paak’s new album Oxnard. Get you tickets here and see the dates below.

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Meek Mill is started the new year off on the road. The Philadelphia MC announced on Monday (Nov. 26) “The Motivation” tour. Kicking off Feb. 19 in Miami, the 16-date trek will make stops in Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C., before wrapping up on Mar. 24 in Atlanta. Pre-sale tickets are available starting today on TIDAL, with the general public sale beginning this Friday (Mar. 30) at 10 a.m. EST local time. The MMG rapper is getting set to release his new studio album CHAMPIONSHIPS this week.

See the full dates below and ticket details here.

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State Property are reuniting for a 14-date tour this winter. The former Roc-A-Fella group, lead by Beanie Sigel, announced the news on Wednesday (Nov. 21). The “Now Or Never” tour runs from Nov. 21 – Jan. 6, making stops in St. Louis, New York City, Charlotte, Houston, and Philadelphia among other cities. The Philadelphia collective of Sigel, Freeway, Omillio Sparks, Young Gunz and Peedi Crakk made the announcement with a freestyle video, where the spitters let off some bars to get fans ready for the road show.

Oschino Vasquez, the sixth and final member of the crew, has had a history of issues with SP members Beanie Sigel and Young Neef is recent years and won’t be present on the tour. Watch the announcement and see the dates below.

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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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