YG and A$AP Ferg have announced they will be teaming up and hitting the road for a new tour. The “Best Coast Connection” Tour has a total of 8-stops and begins November 13th in Philly and will last only until November 25th. Peep the list of cities and dates after the jump.
This is great for hip hop. Common and Jay Electronica are about to head out on the road together for Common’s No Smiling Tour. The tour will only be thirteen shows and will be on November 21st and will stretch until December 9th & 10th with back-to-back shows in NYC.
Two months after co-headlining Wiz Khalifa’s “Under The Influence Tour”, Jeezy is heading back out on the road Thursday (Oct. 9th) this time in support of his latest album, Seen It All. Get a look at the dates below and see if he is hitting a city near you.
While we patiently wait until Tuesday for Vince Staples to release his seven-track EP, Hell Can Wait, the Long Beach native brings fans some good news. To coincide with the new music, Vince will be heading out on tour starting on October 7th and it will last until November 11th. Check after the jump to see the full list of dates and cities and see if you can catch a show.
Although his last tour didn’t end too long ago, Wiz Khalifa is ready to hit the road again. This time it will be in support of his newest album, Blacc Hollywood. Today news broke that beginning October 24th the Taylor Gang general will be heading out on the “Blacc Hollywood Big Secret Tour” which will run until the end of November. Check the full list of cities and dates after the jump to see if you can catch an upcoming show, if so tickets will become available tomorrow.
The new Rich Gang (Young Thug, Rich Homie Quan & Birdman) tape has been on repeat since it dropped and we are sure it has been that way for many others as well. Today to help go along with the release of Rich Gang: The Tour, Part 1 mixtape they also revealed some tour dates. The Lifestyle Tour will begin November 1st in Louisiana and go through November 20th where it ends in Miami. Take a look at the full list of dates and cities below.
G-Eazy is still riding high off his album These Things Happen and for good reason as his stock has done nothing but skyrocket. Now he is ready to hit the road on a 31-date tour called “From The Bay To The Universe” and will be accompanied by E-40, Iamsu! and Jay Ant. The tour kicks off on October 21st in Sacramento, CA and will end a little over a month later on November 28th in San Diego, CA. Take a look at a trailer for the tour and a full list of the schedule after the jump. Buy tickets starting noon this Friday, September 19th from G-Eazy’s official website.
Chance The Rapper is hitting the road at the end of the month for the Verge Campus tour. Starting on September 26th the tour will consist of “night concerts and a daytime technology and brand engagement-based Interactive Village,” and will end on October 26th at West Virginia University.
A full list of stops of the tour is after the jump.
After giving us his Sign Language project, Ty Dolla $ign announces a new solo tour that will be called “In Too Deep.” Kicking off on October 1st in San Antonio, the tour will span all over the U.S. until finally stopping on November 20th in Denver, CO.
Peep the full list of cities and dates after the jump and purchase tickets here.
With his album These Days… still fresh in everyone’s minds and playlists, Ab-Soul is ready to hit the road in support of his third album and announces a list of tour dates today. The TDE artist will hit a total of 40 cities starting on September 17th with more still to be announced.
Take a look at the full list of cities and dates along with a link to purchase tickets after the jump.