(UPDATE 5/14/15) One of hip-hops brightest young talents, and ex-boyfriend of Ariana Grande, Big Sean is the midst of a short set of headline performances throughout the mid-west.
Looking at the secondary market, Big Sean tickets for his three shows in Salt Lake, Kansas City and Milwaukee average $99. Of the three, May 21st at the Arvest Bank Theatre is by far the priciest at $112 average and $51 get-in. Two nights later at Milwaukee's Rave is the cheapest with a $51 average while the aforementioned Salt Lake performance at Rockwell at the Complex averages $82.
Sean won't rest for long, being a featured performer at the Hot 97 Summer Jam at MetLife Stadium in June and support for J. Cole's Forest Hills tour leg in July.
Big Sean Announces Spring Tour Prior to Joint Summer Run with J. Cole
(3/9/15) Big Sean is already planning to have a big summer on J. Cole’s Forest Hills Drive World Tour in July and August, but the 26-year-old will be hitting the road on his own for a string of shows this spring. He released his third studio LP Dark Sky Paradise last month and will support it on the subsequent tour that begins this month.
The tour kicks off at The City Cancun in Mexico on March 12 and makes its way to Tokyo for two dates later in the month. It will hit the U.S. on March 20 at the MTV Woodie Awards in Austin, Texas and make 25 stops through May 24, when Big Sean wraps his first batch of shows at Canterbury Park in Shakopee, Minnesota. More dates are set to be released soon.
The news of the solo tour comes just days after announcing his joint run of shows with J. Cole this summer. The duo will play 24 shows in July and August on the Forest Hills Drive World Tour, wrapping at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado on August 25.
Tickets to all upcoming shows are now on sale via Ticketmaster. The complete list of tour dates is featured below. Check back here for all tour updates and additional show announcements.
Big Sean Spring 2015 Tour
03/19: South Padre Island, TX @ Clayton's
03/20: Austin, TX @ MTV Woodie Awards
03/22: Orlando, FL @ Firestone Live
03/28: Tokyo, Japan @ Tokyo Messe
03/29: Tokyo, Japan @ Kobe World
04/01: Boca Raton, FL @ Florida Atlantic University
04/03: Providence, RI @ Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel
04/07: London, ON @ London Music Hall
04/08: Ottawa, ON @ Ernst & Young Centre
04/10: Quebec City, QC @ Imperial de Quebec
04/18: Cincinnati, OH @ Fifth Third Arena
04/19: Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall
04/21: Bloomington, IN @ IU Auditorium
04/22: Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
04/30: Richmond, VA @ The National
05/01: State College, PA @ Penn State University
05/02: Urbana, IL @ Canopy Club
05/06: Albany, NY @ Upstate Concert Hall
05/15: Sal Lake City, UT @ The Complex
05/16: Las Vegas, NV @ Rock In Rio Festival
05/21: Kansas City, MO @ Midland Theater
05/23: Milwaukee, WI @ Eagle Ballroom
05/24: Shakopee, MN @ Canterbury Park