Usher Adds 2 More Dates To His Texas Tour In October 2024
YEAH MAN! Just ahead of performing at the Super Bowl halftime show this weekend, Usher announces that's he's coming back to his birth state AND ADDING MORE SHOWS.
Yes if you didn't know, Usher was born in Dallas, Texas and that's more than likely the reason why Dallas was chosen as one of his Texas tour stops for his upcoming tour!
The multi-Grammy-winning singer announced the Usher: Past Present Future Tour to promote his upcoming album "Coming Home,"
Usher has a new album dropping on Friday which features the smash hit "Good Good" which you can hear on Kiss-FM right now and his latest single titled "Ruin" which the music video for that song dropped a few days ago.
It also aligns with his anticipated performance Sunday at The Super Bowl in Las Vegas where his residency there just ended in December after 100 sold-out shows.
It's been a decade since Usher's last tour, which ran from 2014 to 2015.
Due to incredible fan demand, USHER is adding a second Dallas, TX, and Austin, TX, show to his 2024 North America tour, USHER: Past Present Future.
Produced by Live Nation, Usher will now perform at American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX, on Friday, October 4 AND Saturday, October 5, and at Moody Center in Austin, TX, on Monday, October 7, AND Tuesday, October 8, 2024.
Sorry Houston, but hopefully things might change.
Tickets for the newly added dates will be available starting with Citi and Verizon presales beginning on Thursday, February 8.
General sale begins on Monday Feb. 12th at 10 a.m. local time at LiveNation.com. If you missed him in Vegas, don't miss him when he comes to Texas in October and we'll keep you updated on tickets and more inside the station app.
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