Singer Bryson Tiller Bringing Tour To Three Texas Cities This Summer
Bryson Tiller is returning for his own U.S. headlining run titled "Back and I’m Better Tour ".
Bryson Tiller became one of the key breakout stars in 2010s contemporary R&B with the single "Don't" and a descriptively titled parent album, T R A P S O U L (2015), a moody swaggering set of slow jams that neologized a subgenre the singer/rapper took to the mainstream with multi-platinum certifications and Grammy nominations.
The tour will be coming to intimate theaters this June.
True to Self (2017) and A N N I V E R S A R Y (2019), his subsequent studio albums, have either topped the Billboard 200 or reached the chart's Top Ten. Tiller's additional hits as a featured artist and duet partner are highlighted by DJ Khalid's "Wild Thoughts" and H.E.R.'s "Could've Been."
Tiller started singing and rapping as a high schooler in his native Louisville, Kentucky.
Additional featured appearances include notable duets with Jazmine Sullivan and H.E.R., respectively "Insecure" (for the soundtrack of the like-titled series) and the Grammy-nominated "Could've Been." Issued in October 2020, A N N I V E R S A R Y landed at number five and contained "Outta Time," featuring guest vocals by Drake.
In 2022, Tiller guested on Diddy's "Gotta Move On" and released the solo single "Outside.
Tickets will be available starting with Live Nation presales beginning on Wednesday, March 22. The general onsale for the Back and I’m Better Tour will start on Friday, March 24 at 10 AM at ticketmaster.com.
The Tour Will Stop In 3 Texas Cities.
THURSDAY JUNE 1- STUBB'S WALLER CREEK AMPHITHEATER - AUSTIN, TX
FRIDAY, JUNE 2 - HOUSE OF BLUES - HOUSTON, TX
SUNDAY, JUNE 4 - HOUSE OF BLUES - DALLAS, TX