With anticipation building around his forthcoming album set to drop on Friday and his electrifying Super Bowl Halftime performance just days away, Usher has thrilled fans once again with the revelation of his upcoming tour, the “Usher: Past Present Future” tour.
Having recently concluded his successful two-year “My Way: The Las Vegas Residency,” the acclaimed singer is gearing up to embark on a 24-city journey, commencing on August 20 in Washington, DC. Among the notable stops on the tour are Brooklyn, Miami, and Atlanta, along with a landmark performance at the inaugural event at Los Angeles’ Intuit Dome. The tour will culminate with a two-night spectacle at Chicago’s United Center on Oct. 28-29.
Presale tickets for the tour will be available through Citi and Verizon starting on Feb. 7 at 10 a.m. local time, followed by general sales opening on Feb. 12 at 10 a.m. local time. Fans can also explore resale options through platforms like Stubhub and Seatgeek.
Usher’s momentum leading up to the tour announcement has been palpable. He is gearing up for the release of his ninth studio album, “Coming Home,” on Feb. 9, featuring collaborations with acclaimed artists such as Burna Boy, Latto, H.E.R., and 21 Savage. Just two days later, he will take the stage at the Super Bowl Halftime show, a momentous occasion he describes as an “honor of a lifetime.” Additionally, Usher recently revealed his participation in the Lovers & Friends festival alongside Janet Jackson and Backstreet Boys, scheduled for May 4 in Las Vegas.
With the show-stopping Super Bowl Halftime performance on the horizon, and the bonus track “Naked” dropping on the same day via the SKIMS website, fans have plenty to look forward to as they embark on this musical journey with one of R&B's most iconic figures.