G-Eazy Takes A Trip

In anticipation of his upcoming album, The Beautiful and Dammed, G-Eazy is setting out for a spring tour with various special guests.

Michael Duffy
– G-Eazy
Rabobank Arena, Bakersfield, Calif.

Out Dec. 15, The Beautiful and Dammed is G-Eazy’s highly anticipated follow up to 2015’s When It’s Dark Out. Th LP features a slew of guest features ranging from up-and-coming hip hop artists Kehlani and Cardi B to major pop acts including Charlie Puth and Halsey.

The tour kicks off with a show at Houston’s Smart Financial Centre Feb. 15. Other stops include Los Angeles, Seattle, Chicago and Boston. The tour concludes March 30 with a set at Radio City Music Hall in New York.

The Bay Area rapper is bringing a of posse of openers with him, including Trippie Redd, Phora and Anthony Russo.

For five days, beginning Dec. 14, fans can tune into G-Eazy’s YouTube channel to watch daily videos capturing the rapper’s road trip to promote the new album.

“On YouTube, my fans are worldwide, so time zones don’t matter. I want to share this with them as it’s happening, so they engage real-time and influence the journey we’re on together as it’s unfolding,” the “Me, Myself & I” rapper said in a statement.

G-Eazy’s last tour, a co-headlining run with Logic, grossed an average of $336,745 per night, according to Pollstar’s Box Office reports. Highlights from that routing include a sellout show at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, Calif., and a near sellout at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena.

Pay a visit to G-Eazy’s Pollstar artist page to see the full list of dates.