If you missed Wale at the epic Rolling Loud Festival of 2021 or played his hit single “Sue Me” at halftime during Monday Night Football, you can fix your mistake in 2022.
Starting in January, the DC-based rapper and âSeinfeldâ fanatic will release his new album âFolarin IIâ which features appearances by Rick Ross, Jamie Foxx and J. Cole across the United States on the Under a Blue Moon tour. .
Commenting on the tour, Wale succinctly told his fans on Instagram to “Withdraw.”
They should too because “Folarin II”, the sequel to his 2012 mixtape “Folarin”, is receiving rave reviews. Pitchfork called it âhis best release since the first hype generatorâ The Mixtape About Nothing. “”
If you’re hoping to hear Wale’s nursery rhymes in person, here’s how you can make it happen.
Where can I buy tickets for Wales?
You can find tickets to see the prolific rapper on all major platforms.
The best prices we could find were on StubHub, Ticketmaster, Vivid Seats, SeatGeek and MegaSeats.
Where is Wale going on tour?
“Under a Blue Moon” begins Jan. 12 in Nashville, Tennessee and 30 concerts later, the rap tour ends in Memphis, Tennessee on March 2.
Here’s everything else, including where, when, and where to buy tickets.
- January 12 at Marathon Music Works in Nashville, Tennessee
- January 13 at Signal in Chattanooga, Tennessee
- January 15 at Mars Music Hall in Huntsville, Alabama
- January 16 at Iron City in Birmingham, Alabama
- January 17 at The Eastern in Atlanta, Georgia
- January 18 at the Ritz Raleigh in Raleigh, North Carolina
- January 20 at the Fillmore Silver Spring in Silver Spring, Maryland
- January 21 at Rams Head Live in Baltimore, Maryland
- January 23 at the Fillmore in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- January 24 at Webster Hall in New York, New York
- January 25 at the House of Blues in Boston, Massachusetts
- January 28 at Bogarts in Cincinnati, Ohio
- January 29 at the Majestic Theater in Detroit, Michigan
- January 30 at the Murat Egyptian Room in Indianapolis, Indiana
- January 31 at the House of Blues in Chicago, Illinois
- February 2 at the Uptown Theater in Kansas City, Missouri
- February 3 at the Pageant in St. Louis, Missouri
- February 6 at the Ogden Theater in Denver, Colorado
- February 8 at the Showbox at the Market in Seattle, Washington
- February 10 at the Fox Theater in Oakland, CA
- February 15 at the Novo in Los Angeles, California
- February 16 at Observatory North Park in San Diego, California
- February 17 at the Van Buren in Phoenix, Arizona
- February 19 at the Aztec Theater in San Antonio, Texas
- February 20 at House of Blues in Houston, Texas
- February 21 at House of Blues in Dallas, Texas
- February 24 at Fillmore in New Orleans, Louisiana
- February 25 at Soul Kitchen in Mobile, Alabama
- March 1 at the Hall in Little Rock, Arkansas
- March 2 at the Cannon Center for the Performing Arts in Memphis, Tennessee
Tour announcement video
To tell the world about âUnder a Blue Moon,â Wale took to Instagram.
Using a mix of music videos from “The Office”, archive footage from concerts and “On a Mission” from Duomo, the hip-hop star constructed a 30-second montage that would rock even fans. biggest enemies.
You can check it out here.
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Matt Levy covers the live entertainment industry, writing about upcoming concerts, festivals, shows and events. He can be contacted at [email protected].