Wait hold up, did Chris Brown just announce ANOTHER tour on us and oh, by the way, mentioned that the tickets were going on sale TOMORROW?! Yep, it seems that way #TeamBreezy.
You know, whenever Breezy hits the stage, it’s always a spectacle. He’s honestly become one of this generations best performers, and gives you the full touring package, which is why people still buy into his brand (despite the other foolishness that may loom over him). “The Party Tour” was officially announced last week, but didn’t include any tour dates, and a bit of a different lineup. In an announcement made today, we see exactly who will be joining Chris on stage, along with where exactly you can catch him.
As with his last few tours, they have been a star studded event, and this show will be no different as 50 Cent, Fabolous, O.T. Genasis, and Kap G will all be on the bill as supporting acts. By this time, I’m sure you’re wondering about the particulars of the set dates, we’ll let’s get into it.
The tour kicks relatively soon actually, in Baltimore, Maryland on March 31st at the Royal Farms Arena before the party bus makes its rounds around the states, and runs out of gas in Los Angeles, California on May 23.
Ticket presales start Wednesday, February 22 at 10 AMand will run through Friday, February 24th, while general public tickets hit the market Saturday, February 25th at 10 AM. Make sure that you grab his tickets via his offical website or Ticketmaster.
Chris Brown’s “The Party Tour” 2017 Dates:
Mar. 31 – Baltimore, MD., Royal Farms Arena
Apr. 1 – Newark, NJ., Prudential Center
Apr. 2 – Boston, MA., TD Garden
Apr. 4 – Charlotte, NC., Spectrum Center
Apr. 6 – Cleveland, OH., Quicken Loans Arena
Apr. 7 – Detroit, MI., The Palace at Auburn Hills
Apr. 9 – St. Paul, MN., Xcel Energy Center
Apr. 10 – Lincoln, NE., Pinnacle Bank Arena
Apr. 11 – Kansas City, MO., Sprint Center
Apr. 13 – New Orleans, LA., Smoothie King Center
Apr. 15 – Miami, FL., AmericanAirlines Arena
Apr. 16 – Tampa, FL., Amalie Arena
Apr. 18 – Jacksonville, FL., Veterans Memorial Arena
Apr. 20 – Hampton, VA., Hampton Coliseum
Apr. 21 – Washington, DC., Verizon Center
Apr. 22 – Philadelphia, PA., Wells Fargo Center
Apr. 24 – Brooklyn, NY., Barclays Center
Apr. 28 – Rosemont, IL., Allstate Arena
Apr. 29 – Columbus, OH., Schottenstein Center
Apr. 30 – Nashville, TN., Bridgestone Arena
May 2 – Atlanta, GA., Philips Arena
May 4 – Houston, TX., Toyota Center
May 6 – Dallas, TX., American Airlines Center
May 8 – Denver, CO., Pepsi Center
May 10 – Portland, OR., Moda Center
May 11 – Seattle, WA., KeyArena
May 13 – Sacramento, CA., Golden1 Center
May 15 – Phoenix, AZ., Talking Stick Resort Arena
May 16 – Anaheim, CA., Honda Center
May 18 – San Jose, CA., SAP Center
May 19 – San Diego, CA., Viejas Arena., Aztec Bowl
May 20 – Las Vegas, NV., MGM Grand Garden Arena
May 23 – Los Angeles, CA., The Forum