Future will soon be on the road. The “Life Is Good” rapper announced on Twitter on Tuesday, December 6, that he will embark on the “One Big Party” tour in 2023.
On January 7, the 39-year-old will kick off a six-date arena tour at Houston’s Toyota Center. He’ll also make stops in Charlotte, Atlanta, Chicago, and Washington, D.C. before wrapping up the tour on January 27 at Boston’s TD Garden.
“ShowTime,” Future exclaimed alongside the announcement. “I’m ready to bring ONE BIG PARTY to your city!” says the emcee, whose real name is Nayvadius DeMun Cash.
Future will end the year with a performance at “The Ball Drops in Brooklyn” concert on December 30 before embarking on the tour. It will also include Lil Uzi Vert, King Combs, and Chinese Kitty.
Future’s latest album, “I Never Liked You,” was released on April 29. Drake (“Wait for U”) and “I’m on One”) make appearances, as do Kanye West (“Keep It Burnin”), Gunna and Young Thug (“For a Nut”), Kodak Black (“Voodoo”), and EST Gee (“Chickens”).
On May 2, Future released six new songs from his ninth studio album. The extended version includes “No Security” featuring Babyface Ray, “Stayed Down” featuring Young Scooter, “Like Me” featuring 42 Dugg and Lil Baby, “Affiliated” featuring Lil Durk, “Just the Beginning,” and “Worst Day.”
Future reached the top of the Billboard 200 albums chart with “I Never Liked You.” According to Luminate, it sold 222,000 equivalent album units in the United States in the week ending May 5.