A Boogie With Da Hoodie is taking his talents on the road this Fall for "The Bigger Artist" Tour.
To coincide with the release of his upcoming debut album The Bigger Artist, rising Bronx artist A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie will be hitting the road this Winter for a supporting tour. Earlier this week, A Boogie announced the upcoming tour on his Instagram page.
Kicking off September 24th in Washington, D.C. the nationwide tour will run through cities like Chicago, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Denver, Dallas, Kansas City, Cleveland, New York City, and more before wrapping on November 16th in Norfolk, Virginia. Then after taking a two week break, A Boogie will continue on internationally for the second leg of the tour. That starts November 28th in Toronto and goes through countries like Spain, Germany, Netherlands, & France before finishing everything up on December 17th in London.
This report comes just hours after A Boogie released his latest pre-order leak “Say A,” which you should give a spin right here if you haven't already (shits dope).
Speaking on the upcoming album, A Boogie says the album is going to be “crazy” and “different.” "The album about to be crazy, man. September 29th. Shit is about to be different, man," he said. "I ain't gonna lie, it's gonna be different vibes, man. You see how I do love songs? It's gonna be those in there, but I threw different types of vibes in it that I don't really go on. So I got a song with Chris Brown on there, Trey Songz on there, I got 21 [Savage] on there, PnB Rock, NBA YoungBoy. It's about to be different, man."
Check out the tour dates (below) and cop tickets right here if interested.
Sept. 24 – Washington, D.C. – Echostage
Sept. 28 – Grand Rapids, Mich. – Intersection
Sept. 29 – Chicago, Ill. – UIC Pavilion
Oct. 6 – Calgary, Canada – Flames Central
Oct. 7 – Edmonton, Canada – Union Hall
Oct. 15 – Montclair, N.J. – The Wellmont Theater
Oct. 19 – Santa Ana, Calif. – Observatory
Oct. 2 – Los Angeles, Calif. – Novo
Oct. 23 – Las Vegas, Nev. – Brooklyn Bowl
Oct. 26 – San Diego, Calif. – Observatory North Park
Oct. 28 – Salt Lake City, Utah – Complex
Oct. 29 – Denver, Col. – Ogden Theatre
Oct. 31 – Dallas, Texas – South Side Music Hall
Nov. 2 – Kansas City, Mo. – The Truman
Nov. 4 – Royal Oak, Mich. – Royal Oak Music Hall
Nov. 5 – Cleveland, Ohio – Agora Ballroom
Nov. 8 – New Haven, Conn. – College Street Music Hall
Nov. 9 – New York, N.Y. – Terminal 5
Nov. 1 – Philadelphia, Pa. – Electric Factory
Nov. 11 – Richmond, Va. – The National
Nov. 12 – Worcester, Mass. – The Palladium
Nov. 16 – Norfolk, Va. – The NorVa
Nov. 28 – Toronto, Canada – Rebel
Dec. 6 – Barcelona, Spain – Otto Zutz
Dec. 7 – Guadarrama, Spain – Blackhaus
Dec. 8 – Wiesbaden, Germany – Europalace
Dec. 9 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Encore
Dec. 11 – Berlin, Germany – Yaam
Dec. 12 – Munich, Germany – Feierwerk
Dec. 13 – Paris, France – La Maroquinerie
Dec. 14 – Cologne, Germany – Club Bahnhof Ehrenfeld
Dec. 17 – London, United Kingdom – Electric Brixton