Rapper Logic has announced a new tour, ‘The College Park’, which will feature Juicy J as a special guest.
Fans of rapper Logic have something to look forward to as he has announced his tour for his independent album “The College Park.” The tour is set to take place between May 25th and June 30th, kicking off in Madison, Wisconsin, and concluding in Phoenix, Arizona.
The tour will feature C Dot Castro and Travis Stacey, both artists signed to Logic’s label, BobbyBoy Records, as opening acts for all shows. Additionally, Juicy J will join Logic for most of the tour, although he won’t be present at select locations, including the Chicago, Echostage, and South Side Ballroom shows.
The announcement of the tour follows the release of “The College Park,” Logic’s independent album that he released on December 17th, 2021. The album features 10 tracks, with Logic showcasing his signature lyricism and storytelling abilities. Fans can expect to see high-energy performances from both Logic and his supporting artists during the tour.
Presales for the tour began on Tuesday, March 7th, with general on-sale tickets available starting Friday, March 10th at 10am Local Time on livenation.com. The tour includes stops in major cities such as New York, Boston, Houston, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and more, making it accessible to fans across the country.
Logic has been making waves in the rap industry since his debut mixtape “Young, Broke & Infamous” in 2010. Since then, he has released several successful albums, collaborated with numerous artists, and won several awards. His tour for “The College Park” is expected to be a highlight of the year for his fans, who have been eagerly anticipating his return to the stage.
In conclusion, Logic’s upcoming tour for “The College Park” promises to be a must-see event for rap fans across the country. With high-energy performances from Logic, C Dot Castro, Travis Stacey, and Juicy J, fans can expect to be entertained and captivated throughout the tour. Tickets for the tour are now available for purchase on livenation.com.
May 25 Madison, Wis. The Sylvee
May 27 Chicago, Ill. Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom
May 28 Detroit, Mich. Fox Theatre
May 31 Akron, Ohio Akron Civic Center
June 02 Boston, Mass. MGM Music Hall
June 03 Bridgeport, Ct. Hartford Healthcare Amphitheater
June 04 New York, N.Y. Hammerstein Ballroom
June 07 Philadelphia, Pa. The Met
June 08 Washington, DC Echostage ^
June 10 Charlotte, N.C. Skyla Credit Union Amp
June 11 Jacksonville, Fla. Daily’s Place
June 12 New Orleans, La. Fillmore
June 14 Houston, Texas 713 Music Hall
June 15 Austin, Texas Moody Center
June 16 Dallas, Texas South Side Ballroom ^
June 19 Denver, Colo. Fillmore Auditorium
June 20 Salt Lake City, Utah Union Event Center
June 22 Seattle, Wash. WAMU Theater ^
June 23 Portland, Ore. RV Inn Resorts Amp
June 25 San Francisco, Calif. The Masonic
June 28 Los Angeles, Calif. YouTube Theater
June 29 San Diego, Calif. Gallagher Square at Petco Park
June 30 Phoenix, Ariz. Arizona Financial Theatre
^ without Juicy J