Hear ye, hear ye, the King and Queen request your attention! Two of the hottest and biggest names in R&B are coming together for a joint tour.
Maxwell has announced the King & Queen of Hearts World Tour with Mary J. Blige kicking off in October 2016! We’ve seen each artist individually, so we can tell you that if you love R&B music, this is a MUST SEE show.
Sure, we could say that they naming this tour as such could be a bit boastful, but let’s face facts here, MJB IS the Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul, and there’s no doubt that Maxwell is one of the reigning kings of R&B, even after he disappears for some years. But what can you expect on the tour, a lot of heartfelt singing and sheer seduction.
With the recent split between MJB and her husband, you already know she’s going to put a little bit of extra emotion into her already charged up woman anthems. Maxwell’s latest album ‘blackSUMMERS’night‘ has just been another notch in his “slide the panties right off” belt.
Their tour is set to kick off overseas in the fall, before it comes states side in North America. Ticket sales for the US shows go on sale this Friday via Ticketmaster. Get the full list of tour dates below.
Maxwell & Mary J. Blige’s ‘King + Queen of Hearts’ Tour Dates 2016:
October 15 – FRANKFURT Jahrhunderthalle
October 16 – PARIS Zenith
October 17 – BRUSSELS Forest National
October 19 – COLOGNE Palladium
October 22 – STOCKHOLM Annexet
October 23 – OSLO Sentrum Scene
October 25 – AMSTERDAM Ziggo Dome
October 28 – LONDON O2 Arena
October 29 – BIRMINGHAM Genting Arena
October 30 – MANCHESTER Arena
November 5 – Baltimore, MD., Royal Farms Arena
November 6 – Washington, DC., Verizon Center
November 9 – Philadelphia, PA., Wells Fargo Center
November 10 – New York, NY., Madison Square Garden
November 12 – St. Louis, MO., Scottrade Center
November 14 – Toronto, ON., Air Canada Centre
November 16 – Cleveland, OH., Quicken Loans Arena
November 18 – Detroit, MI., The Palace of Auburn Hills
November 19 – Indianapolis, IN., Bankers Life Fieldhouse
November 20 – Memphis, TN., FedEx Forum
November 22 – Charlotte, NC., Time Warner Cable Arena
November 23 – Richmond, VA., Richmond Coliseum
November 25 – Atlanta, GA., Philips Arena
November 26 – Greensboro, NC., Greensboro Coliseum
November 29 – Miami, FL., AmericanAirlines Arena
December 1 – New Orleans, LA., Smoothie King Center
December 2 – Dallas, TX., American Airlines Center
December 3 – Houston, TX., Toyota Center
December 6 – Los Angeles, CA., The Forum
December 7 – Oakland, CA., Oracle Arena
December 9 – Las Vegas, NV., T-Mobile Arena
December 11 – Bossier City, LA., CenturyLink Center
December 12 – Kansas City, MO., Sprint Center
December 14 – Chicago, IL., United Center