Atlanta rapper Future announces 'Purple Reign' tour


Future might have been unceremoniously overlooked for a Grammy nomination, but he’ll spend the early part of 2016 sharing his music across the country.

The rapper’s “Purple Reign” tour kicks off Feb. 17 in Wisconsin and will swing through his hometown at 8 p.m. March 4 at The Tabernacle. Ty Dolla Sign and Lil Donald will join him at the show.

Tickets for the Atlanta date are $49.50-$65 and on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Dec. 11. Pre-sales for Citi cardmembers, those with the Live Nation app and fans (at begin at 10 a.m. Dec.10.

Future landed at the top of the Billboard 200 chart twice in 2015 – with his third studio album, “DS2,” and his collaboration with Drake, “What a Time to Be Alive.”

Check out the complete “Purple Reign” itinerary:

2/17      Madison, WI                  Orpheum Theatre

2/18      Chicago, IL                   Aragon Ballroom

2/19      Detroit, MI                     Fox Theater

2/21      Indianapolis, IN             Egyptian Room

2/25      Ledyard, CT                  The Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort

2/26      Boston, MA                  House of Blues

2/28      Philadelphia, PA            The Fillmore Philadelphia

2/29      Washington, D.C.          The Fillmore Silver Spring

3/2        Raleigh, NC                   The Ritz

3/4        Atlanta, GA                   Tabernacle

3/5        Myrtle Beach, SC          House of Blues

3/6        Okeechobee, FL            Okeechobee Music Festival

3/7        Charlotte, NC                The Fillmore Charlotte

3/10      San Antonio, TX            Aztec Theater

3/11      Dallas, TX                     South Side Ballroom

3/12      New Orleans, LA            BUKU Music Festival

3/13      Houston, TX                  Revention Music Center

3/15      Denver, CO                   Fillmore Auditorium

3/17      Phoenix, AZ                  Pot of Gold Festival

3/18      Los Angeles, CA           Hollywood Palladium

3/19      San Jose, CA                Event Center at SJSU

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Melissa Ruggieri
Melissa Ruggieri
Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff writer Melissa Ruggieri covers music and entertainment news for the AJC. She remembers when MTV was awesome.