Grammy®-nominated G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam artist Desiigner, whose #1 8.7x-platinum worldwide smash debut single “Panda” was 2016’s #1 most streamed song with over 2 billion streams – today announces his first major headlining tour of North America, “The Outlet Tour,” opening on April 2 at the Showbox in Seattle.
Desiigner’s 6-week, 25-city tour of the U.S. and Canada, presented by AEG Live, will wrap up on May 16 at the Phoenix Concert Theater in Toronto. Ticket pre-sale for the tour will take place on Thursday, Feb 9th from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. local time. Public on-sale begins the next day at 12:00 noon at www.aeglive.com.
Slated for an energetic and lit performance, concert goers can expect the Brooklyn rapper to perform material from his debut mixtape, including “Panda” and “Zombie Walk.” In addition, Desiigner is performing material from his eagerly awaited official debut album due in 2017 as well as RIAA certified platinum single “Tiimmy Turner” and “Outlet” (new single released February 9).
Check out the tour dates below!
2nd Seattle, WA The Showbox 4th Vancouver, BC Vogue Theatre 5th Portland, OR Crystal Ballroom 7th San Francisco, CA The Regency Ballroom 9th San Diego, CA The Observatory 10th Los Angeles, CA The Fonda Theatre 11th Santa Ana, CA The Observatory 13th Englewood, CO Gothic Theatre 16th Dallas, TX South Side Music Hall 17th Tulsa, OK Cain’s Ballroom 18th Austin, TX Mohawk 19th Houston, TX Warehouse Live 21st New Orleans, LA Republic NOLA 24th Orlando, FL Venue 578 25th Atlanta, GA Center Stage Theatre 27th Fort Lauderdale, FL Culture Room
1st Detroit, MI The Majestic 2nd Chicago, IL The Vic Theatre 3rd Milwaukee, WI The Rave 9th Cambridge, MA The Sinclair 10th Norfolk, VA The NorVa 11th Washington, DC 9:30 Club* 12th Philadelphia, PA Trocadero Theatre 15th New York, NY PlayStation Theater 16th Toronto, ON The Phoenix Concert Theatre *Tickets on sale 2/9
6th Frauenfeld, Switzerland Openair Frauenheld 7th Liège, Belgium Les Ardentes 8th Gräfenhainichen, Germany Splash! Festival 12th Moscow, Russia Yotaspace