Future Tour Press Photo 2023

Published: January 12, 2023

Last Updated: January 13, 2023

Everything You Need To Know About Future’s “One Big Party” Tour

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Future Tour Press Photo 2023

Future is currently embarked on his highly-awaited “One Big Party” tour. The month-long tour began on January 7 at the Toyota Center in Houston and will conclude at the TD Garden in Boston on January 27.  He’ll be joined onstage by other performers including Lil Uzi Vert and King Combs as well as Chinese Kitty.

Future plans to immediately begin preparing for Rolling Loud California 2023 as his tour concludes. Music fans may enjoy the event on the weekend of March 3-5 in Hollywood Park Grounds, only a short distance from SoFi Stadium. Together with the likes of Travis Scott, Playboi Carti, Lil Wayne, and more, he will be performing there for yet another electric night.

Future’s brother and Freebandz CEO Casino stated, “Freebandz Music is global and expanding. Nothing is bigger than the bird. Still we believe in up-and-coming artists and wanted to give them the opportunity to shine.”

He adds, “And we have our friends & A-list stars on the line up in different cities. We’re celebrating the homegrown talent in each city. We’ve got Lil Durk, Jeezy, Kodak Black, Est Gee, Da Baby, and others.”

2022 proved to be an incredibly good run for the Atlanta native with this year being no different. I Never Liked You, his ninth studio album, has been his most commercially successful body of work to date, prompting this tour. The 16-song with guest appearances from Drake, Kanye West, Tems, Young Thug, and Gunna. Meanwhile, a trio of rap stars including Babyface Ray, Lil Baby, and Lil Durk are included on the deluxe edition.

Get tickets for the “One Big Party” tour via Ticketmaster and stream Future’s latest project on Apple Music and Spotify among other stream platforms. Check out the announcement below.

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