Lil Yachty, Rod Wave, Sexxy Red & More Set To Hit The Road This Fall/Winter 2023

Lil Yachty, Rod Wave, Sexxy Red & More Set To Hit The Road This Fall/Winter 2023

As summer comes to a close, hip-hop and R&B fans have a lot to look forward to this fall and winter. A star-studded lineup of tours is set to hit the road, bringing unforgettable performances to fans all over North America and Europe. From Lil Yachty to Rod Wave and many more, these tours promise to deliver incredible shows that fans won’t want to miss.

‘The Field Trip Tour’- Lil Yachty

Lil Yachty is currently on The Field Trip Tour to promote his latest album, Let’s Start Here. The Lil Boat 2 artist’s tour will commence on September 21 in Washington, D.C., marking the beginning of his North American leg.

The tour will conclude on November 5th in Detroit, after which the “Poland” rapper will embark on his European tour. The European leg will commence on November 22 in Oslo, Norway, and wrap up on December 17 in Vienna, Austria. Notably, Lil Yachty will perform at New York’s SummerStage in Central Park on September 22.

Nostalgia Tour – Rod Wave

Based on his chart-topping album, Nostalgia, Rod Wave has announced his highly anticipated Nostalgia Tour, featuring artists such as Ari Lennox, Toosi, G Herbo, and Eelmatic.

The tour is scheduled to commence on October 19, featuring 35 shows spanning across the United States and Canada, concluding on December 18 in Jacksonville, Florida.

‘Hood Hottest Princess’ Tour – Sexxy Red

Sexxy Red is embarking on her first tour, the “Hood Hottest Princess” Tour, with shows in 26 cities within a month. The tour is set to kick off on October 16, 2023, in Boston, Massachusetts, and will wrap up on November 29, 2023, in San Francisco, California. 

In addition, the “Pound Town” rapper is set to take her upcoming tour to another level. Sexxy Red announced her new V.I.P. experience called “Club Sexyy Experience,” offering fans a lavish bar, exclusive merch, and more. 

Circus Maximus Tour – Travis Scott

Travis Scott’s Circus Maximus Tour is set to wow fans with its unique and lively performances. The tour starts on October 11 in Charlotte and lasts until December 13 in Toronto. 

However, some fans are disappointed that Houston, Scott’s hometown, is not included in the lineup.

‘Thanks For Coming Here, HO’ Tour –  Flo Milli

Flo Milli’s “Thanks For Coming Here, HO” Tour is one event fans don’t want to miss. Featuring Maiya The Don, the tour will kick off on October 21 in San Francisco and wrap up on November 13 in Dallas, TX.

Sundial Tour – Noname

After four years, Noname is hitting the road again with her Sundial Tour, starting on October 11 in Chicago. She will be making stops in New York City, Charlotte, Atlanta, Los Angeles, and more.

‘Me & U’ Tour – Roy Woods

Roy Woods surprised fans with his “Me & You” Tour, starting in Ottawa, Ontario, on October 29. The tour will promote his latest album, Mixed Emotions, and includes major cities such as Los Angeles, Houston, Chicago, Detroit, and New York City.

‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’ 25th Anniversary Tour

Ms. Lauryn Hill and The Refugees are returning to the stage this October for the 25th anniversary of the iconic album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. The tour will feature performances of the album’s songs.

The Scarlet Tour – Doja Cat

Doja Cat is gearing up for her first headlining arena tour in North America, The Scarlet Tour. With support from Ice Spice and Doechii on select dates, the tour kicks off on October 31 in San Francisco and wraps up on December 13 in Chicago.

High Rollers Tour – Ice Cube & Cypress Hill

Ice Cube and Cypress Hill are joining forces for the High Rollers Tour in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The tour starts on December 5 in Glasgow and ends on December 12 in Nottingham.

Beyoncé Grants Houston An Unforgettable Night

Speaking of unforgettable tours, Beyoncé recently gave Houston a memorable night with a sold-out stadium show. The “Hou Run The World,” event featured a stunning display of drones, fireworks, and an appearance by Houston’s mayor, Sylvester Turner.

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