A Look at Chance the Rapper Family Matters Tour With Average 2015 Setlist

On October 11, 22-year-old Chance The Rapper and his band, the Social Experiment, will head out on the Family Matters tour where it will kick off in Austin, Texas.  Chance released an album titled Surf (under Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment) back in May, as well as a collaborative mixtape with Lil B in August.  On Monday, September 21, the Chicago-based rapper welcomed home a daughter.

The Family Matters Tour will span out until November 25, where it will wrap up in Los Angeles.  The 33 scheduled dates are yielding an impressive secondary ticket demand, as the average price for a ticket across the map is $111.  A handful of dates on the calendar are well over the $150 mark, including the closing night of the tour in Los Angeles, where an average secondary ticket price is $217 with a get-in price of $169.  Not far behind it is an October 27 show at the House of Blues in Boston, where an average ticket price is $212 with a get-in price of $101.  Conversely, the cheapest show on the calendar is an October 10 date at Stubbs BBQ in Austin, where an average ticket is $65, with a get-in price of $44.

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Below is the average setlist from Chance the Rapper’s 2015 shows, per setlist.fm

Everybody's Something

Pusha Man

Brain Cells

Baby Blue

(Action Bronson cover)

Favorite Song

Theme from Arthur (Every Day It Could Be Wonderful)

Home Studio (Back Up in This Bitch)

Sunday Candy


Heaven Only Knows

(Towkio cover)

Cocoa Butter Kisses

Chain Smoker

Everything's Good (Good Ass Outro)

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