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Shaboozey Announces Fall 2024 North American Headlining Tour: ‘This Year’s Been a Lot of Firsts’

Shaboozey will also be performing at the BET Awards this weekend.

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Daniel Prakopcyk

Shaboozey is hitting the road this fall. The DMV native announced the Where I’ve Been, Isn’t Where I’m Going Tour on Monday (June 24) in support of his album of the same.

The “A Bar Song (Tipsy)” singer will be making nine stops across North America with the amphitheater trek kicking off in Minneapolis on Sept. 9. There will also be a set the FONO Festival in Quebec, Canada, on Sept. 14. (He's currently No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Hot 100).


“This year’s been a lot of firsts, and happy to include my first ever headline tour to that list,” he wrote on Instagram. “Come listen to me perform the album and new music live for the first time this fall on leg one of ‘WIBIWIG!’ … Let’s sell these out and add more dates, I wanna meet and see every single one of yall!”

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TikTok pre-sale tickets are slated to go live starting on Wednesday (June 26) at 10 a.m. local time. The rest of the general public with have their chance on Friday morning (June 28).

Other cities on the tour include stops in Brooklyn, Chicago, Toronto, Boston, Atlanta, D.C., and Denver, with things wrapping up in Los Angeles on Oct. 14.

The firsts continue to pile up for Shaboozey, who will be making his BET debut when he hits the 2024 BET Awards stage for his first performance at the annual hip-hop staple on Sunday night (June 30).

Shaboozey’s Where I’ve Been, Isn’t Where I’m Going album debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200. The 29-year-old capitalized on his momentum following his appearance on Beyoncé’s Cowboy Carter with “A Bar Song,” which has spent more than two months on the Hot 100, and peaked at No. 3 on the all-genre chart.

Find all of Shaboozey’s 2024 tour dates below.

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This article was first published by Billboard U.S.

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