Looks like this summer is going to be another hot one for music artists. Stadium sellout artists like Beyoncé and Jay Z, Childish Gambino, and Rae Sremmurd are hitting the road, but that’s not all. Chris Brown will also be giving the fans a chance to hear his new music live.
Still flying high on the release of his over 40-track album, Heartbreak on a Full Moon, C Breezy has proven once again, he can still musically hang with the best. The cross-genre superstar has redefined himself twice over as he continues to bang out hot track after track. His stellar repertoire of music is slated to grow even further as he continues to record.
In the meantime, the Virginia native is hitting the road this summer to promote his newest Heartbreak project. For fans, this is surely a summer dream come true. Undoubtedly, Brown will be singing some tracks off the new album, along with some of his chart-topping, classic hits.
Joining him on the road are music’s newcomers Rich the Kid, 6LACK, and H.E.R. Currently, H.E.R. is on her own Lights Out Tour, but will be adding the new dates as the second leg of her touring.
The Heartbreak On A Full Moon 27-city tour is scheduled to run from June to August. Pre-sale tickets will go on sale March 28, while regular ticket sales will be available March 30.
For tour cities and dates, check the list below.
June 19 – Auburn, Washington
June 21 – Concord, California
June 24 – Phoenix, Arizona
June 28 – Woodlands, Texas
June 29 – Austin, Texas
July 1 – Dallas, Texas
July 3 – Atlanta, Georgia
July 5 – West Palm Beach, Florida
July 6 – Tampa, Florida
July 7 – Birmingham, Alabama
July 9 – Charlotte, North Carolina
July 10 – Raleigh, North Carolina
July 12 – Bristow, Virginia
July 13 – Virginia Beach, Virginia
July 15 – Newark, New Jersey
July 16 – Brooklyn, New York
July 18 – Camden, New Jersey
July 19 – Mansfield, Massachusetts
July 21 – Hartford, Connecticut
July 22 – Burgettstown, Pennsylvania
July 24 – Cincinnati, Ohio
July 25 – Clarkston, Michigan
July 27 – Noblesville, Indiana
July 28 – Tinley Park, Illinois
July 29 – St. Louis, Missouri
August 1 – Albuquerque, New Mexico
August 3 – Chula Vista, California
August 4 – Las Vegas, Nevada