Sooooo we only knew it was a matter of time before this was an official thing right?
One of the prominent female R&B groups of the 90’s, Xscape, have been enjoying some 2010’s love lately which has been backed by much fanfare. Their “debut” reunion performance at the 2017 BET Awards was a noteworthy moment in the show, and then their live concert at the 2017 Essence Fest shut down an entire floor and left thousands of fans HOT.
If you were one of these people who traveled down to New Orleans and didn’t get a chance to see them, or just are a love of classic 90’s R&B music, then we’ve got good news, because today, the ladies announced that they will be hitting the road this Fall. “The Great Xscape Tour” is the groups first tour in over 16 years, and is being done up in a big way…by being played in major venues. Kicking off November 22nd in Richmond, VA at the Richmond Coliseum, Tiny, Kandi, LaTocha and Tamika will travel the United States for 22 shows before winding down in Los Angeles.
Granted they ladies are in a group, life out on the road can get a little lonely sometime, so they have invited a few friends along for the journey. Another 90’s R&B staple Monica, along with Tamar Braxton will serve as special guests for this tour.
Tickets go on sale this Friday September 22nd in most markets. Check your local listings or go to greatxscapetour.com. Find all of the tour dates below.
Xscape’s “The Great Xscape” Tour 2017 Dates:
Nov 22 Richmond, VA., Richmond Coliseum
Nov 24 Norfolk, VA., Constant Center
Nov 25 Newark, NJ., Prudential Center
Nov 26 Washington, DC., Capital One Arena
Nov 30 Birmingham, AL., Legacy Arena at BJCC
Dec 01 Nashville, TN., Bridgestone Arena
Dec 02 Charlotte, NC., Spectrum Center
Dec 03 Raleigh, NC., PNC Arena
Dec 05 Miami, FL., AmericanAirlines Arena
Dec 07 Columbia, SC., Colonial Life Arena
Dec 08 Columbus, GA., Columbus Civic Center
Dec 09 Jackson, MS., Mississippi Coliseum
Dec 10 Bossier City, LA., CenturyLink Center
Dec 13 Grand Prairie, TX., Verizon Theater at Grand Prairie
Dec 15 Chicago, IL., United Center
Dec 16 St. Louis, MO., Chaifetz Arena
Dec 17 Columbus, OH., Nationwide Arena
Dec 19 Philadelphia, PA., Liacouras Center
Dec 20 Buffalo, NY., KeyBank Center
Dec 21 Detroit, MI., Little Caesars Arena
Dec 22 Baltimore, MD., Royal Farms Arena
Dec 27 Houston, TX., Toyota Center
Dec 28 New Orleans, LA., Smoothie King Center
Dec 29 Little Rock, AR., Verizon Arena
Dec 30 Southaven, MS., Landers Center
Dec 31 Atlanta, GA., Philips Arena
Jan 05 Oakland, CA., Oracle Arena
Jan 06 Los Angeles, CA., Microsoft Theater