How many times have people asked when would there be a resurgence of really GOOD music being created that once dominated music? You know, that music that made you stop and really listen to the words (which were audible by the way) and just hit you in your soul.
It seems that some of Neo-Soul’s reigning acts are here to let you know that it’s still alive and well. This announcement comes in the form of the NuSoul Revival Tour, which features Musiq Soulchild, Kindred The Family Soul, Avery*Sunshine, Lyfe Jennings and more. If that list of artists didn’t capture you, maybe the occassional appearance of Dwele, Chrisette Michele, and The Foreign Exchange may make you buy a ticket.
With a start date of February 3rd, in Raleigh, NC, the NuSoul Revival Tour will be a 22-city tour traveling the United States until it wraps up on April 8th in Jacksonville, FL.
Tickets are on sale now via NuSoul Revival Tour’s website starting Friday, November 4th. Get all of the tour date information below.
NuSoul Revival Tour Dates 2017:
Feb. 3 – Raleigh, NC., Duke Energy Center
Feb. 4 – Charleston, SC., North Charleston Performing Arts Center
Feb. 10 – Nashville, TN., Nashville Municipal Auditorium
Feb. 11 – Chicago, IL., Arie Crown Theater
Feb. 12 – Louisville, KY., Whitney Hall at Kentucky Center for the Arts
Feb. 14 – Philadelphia, PA., Liacouras Center
Feb. 17 – Washington, D.C., DAR Constitution Hall
Feb. 18 – New York, NY., Beacon Theatre
Feb. 24 – Charlotte, NC., Ovens Auditorium
Feb. 25 – Detroit, MI., Fox Theatre
Mar. 3 – Norfolk, VA., Chrysler Hall
Mar. 4 – Dallas, TX., Verizon Theatre
Mar. 10 – Atlanta, GA., Fox Theatre
Mar. 11 – St. Petersburg, VA., Virginia State University’s Multipurpose Center
Mar. 17 – Columbus, OH., Palace Theatre Columbus
Mar. 18 – Cleveland, OH., State Theatre at Playhouse Square
Mar. 24 – Kansas City, MO., Arvest Bank Theatrer at the Midland
Mar. 25 – St. Louis, MO., Peabody opera House
Mar. 31 – South Haven, MS., Landers Center
Apr. 1 – Houston, TX., NRG Arena
Apr. 7 – New Orleans, LA., UNO Lakefront Arena
Apr. 8 – Jacksonville, FL., Times-Union Ctr Perf Arts Moran Theater