iLOVEMAKONNEN is taking his talents on the road as the OVO artists announces the “Loudest of the Loud” tour which will be Makonnen’s first ever headlining tour. Tickets for the 13-city run go on sale this Friday, though there is a special pre-order lottery to purchase early tickets for the tour available on Makonnen’s site now. The tour will kick off in New York City with two shows before heading out West and wrapping up in San Francisco in late May. We are hoping we can expect new music from Makonnen before he hits the road. Check out the full list of dates below.
A couple weeks ago J. Cole announced he would be heading out on the road with Bas, Cozz and Omen in support of his latest album 2014 Forest Hills Drive. After first announcing Act 1 that included 20 dates he decides to add a few artists and more dates called Act 2 and Act 3. The second act, which is a European leg will include special guests Jhené Aiko and Pusha T while the third act will bring him back stateside and he will bring back some heavy hitters to join him in Big Sean, YG, and Jeremih.
Peep all the new dates that are apart of Act 2 and Act 3.
Backed by fellow Dreamville team members J. Cole has announced he will be hitting the road starting March 2nd for the Forest Hills Drive Tour. Get a look at the full list of cities and dates after the jump and try to catch Cole and company because we are sure this will be a concert not to skip.
Dipset is ready to take their reunion on the road as they announce the first set of dates for their upcoming ‘Pledge of Allegiance’ tour. For now the tour includes five dates starting later this month including Miami at Club Liv, a show in New York City at BB Kings, and a stop at SXSW. The flyer also teases future U.S. dates so be on the lookout for those to be announced soon. Go check out their first single back together, “Have My Money”, and get ready for their tour and upcoming project.
With Ill Street Blues on the way (Feb. 17th), Joey Fatts announces that he is heading out on the road at the end of March for the Ill Street Tour with A$ton Matthews and also Maxo Kream joining for a few dates. Get a look at the full list of cities and dates above and don’t forget to pick up the project when it drops.
Rich The Kid’s Rich Than Famous mixtape has been in heavy rotation since it dropped and now Rich is hitting the road to spread the movement. The Rich Than Famous Tour kicked off two days ago in Atlanta and will go across the country making plenty of stops that will include Migos, Young Thug and Young Dolph at select stops and it will run until February 28th. Rich has a busy month in front of him and if you want to see him at one of the stops check out the full list above.
Lil Durk has announced that starting next week on January 30th he will be hitting the road for the #EverywhereIGoTour and will be hitting a total of 19 cities. Durk and his OTF crew will be hitting St. Louis first at the end of January and then will end the tour in Delaware on March 7th. Peep the flyer with full list of cities and dates above. If you don’t see a city near you don’t worry because Durk says there are plenty more dates coming for the winter/spring.
IAMSU! just can’t seem to stay off the road as of late but there is nothing wrong with that. This time he will be headlining his own tour, which he just announced called ‘Eyes On Me’ tour, and the shows will also include Rome Fortune. Peep the full list of cities and dates after the jump for the shows and try and catch these two tearing down the stage.
After getting great reviews and having success with his debut album Under Pressure, Logic is ready to take the show on the road. The tour will kick off in Indianapolis on January 27th and will hit just about every major city before taking the show to Europe in March.
Get a look at the complete list of stops below and hit Logic’s site on December 5th at 3pm EST for tickets.
While we anxiously await the release of his Album About Nothing, Wale announces that he will be hitting the road for a 32-city tour at the top of 2015. Get a look at the full list of cities and dates after the jump. Let’s hope the new album will drop before the tour kicks off.