Chance the Rapper announces tour
Chance the Rapper has been having a great 2016: his feature on Kanye West's The Life of Pablo introduced him to a larger audience than he ever had before, he released Coloring Book to rapturous praise (we love it too), and he's even got a shot at a Grammy now. With all this momentum behind him, Chance will be going on tour.
The Magnificent Coloring World Tour comes to NYC for the inaugural Meadows Music & Arts Festival being held on October 1 & 2 at Citi Field. The festival also includes performances by Kanye, The Weeknd, Grimes and more. Tickets go on presale to past GovBall ticket-holders on Wednesday (6/22) at 11 AM and the general on-sale starts Thursday (6/23) at 11 AM.
Chance will also be in Philly for the Made in America festival on September 3 and 4 with Rihanna, Grimes, Desiigner, Touche Amore and way more. Tickets for that go on TIDAL and VIP presale Wednesday (6/22) at 10 AM. General on-sale begins Monday (6/27).
All Chance dates are listed, with the video for "No Problem" off Coloring Book, below.
Chance the Rapper -- 2016 Tour Dates
August 7 San Francisco, CA • Outside Lands
August 12 Minneapolis, MN • Summer Set
September 3 Philadelphia, PA • Made In America Festival
September 15 San Diego, CA • CalCoast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
September 17 Los Angeles, CA • The Greek Theatre
September 18 Las Vegas, NV • Brooklyn Bowl
September 20 Denver, CO • Fillmore Auditorium
September 21 Kansas City, MO • Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland
TBA Chicago, IL
September 25 Detroit, MI • Fox Theatre
September 27 Toronto, CA • Canada Echo Beach
September 29 Boston, MA • Blue Hills Bank Pavillion
October 2 New York, NY • The Meadows
October 6 Washington D.C. • EagleBank Arena
October 7 Raleigh, NC • Red Hat Ampitheater
October 8 Atlanta, GA • The Fox Theater
October 10 Miami, FL • The Fillmore Miami Beach
October 13 New Orleans, LA • Mardi Gras Ballroom
October 15 Houston, TX • Revention Music Center
October 16 Dallas, TX • The Bomb Factory
October 19 Phoenix, AZ • Mesa Amphitheatre
October 21 San Francisco, CA • Bill Graham Civic Auditorium