Rich The Kid Tour 2020

Rich The Kid Tour 2020 : If you search “most lit concerts” on YouTube (as we’re sure you do regularly) you’ll find Rich the Kid’s name popping up consistently. As he’s steadily established his presence on the Atlanta scene over the past five years, the rapper’s also built a reputation for wild live shows — just check his first-ever performance of his 2018 trap banger, “Plug Walk,” at Los Angeles’ The Novo to a sea of screaming fans, glowing iPhones in hand. In 2017, Rich performed alongside some of the most buzzing names in hip-hop at the Rolling Loud Festival in San Bernardino, CA, as well as at the festival’s Miami iteration in 2018; he also took the stage for a medley of hits at 2018’s Billboard Hot 100 Fest. In late 2018, he hit the Los Angeles Rolling Loud fest, joining a star-studded weekend lineup that included Lil Wayne, Cardi B, Post Malone, and Lil Uzi Vert.


Rich the Kid Background

Rich the Kid might be the best-connected guy in hip-hop, thanks to pure hustle and a bit of uncanny universal randomness. The 26-year-old rapper was born Dimitri Roger in Queens, NY, speaking Creole with his Haitian parents. But he considers Atlanta home, having moved down South with his mother at age 13. The move shifted his taste in hip-hop from NYC icons like Nas and Jay-Z to trap stars like T.I. and Jeezy, and it shows in his music. In 2013, Rich signed to the newly-founded Quality Control Music label, home of Migos, and dropped his breakthrough hit, the super-catchy “Jumpin Like Jordan,” later that year. Over the next two years, Rich released a four-part series of collaborative mixtapes with Migos, called Streets on Lock, alongside his own wildly prolific string of solo tapes, and in 2016, he launched his own label, Rich Forever Music, in association with 300 Entertainment. His list of collaborations runs deep: there was his 2015 Whip It EP with iLoveMakonnen; his feature on Steve Aoki’s 2016 track, “How Else”; the 2017 Diplo single “Bank Roll” also featuring Young Thug and Justin Bieber; and his out-of-nowhere 2017 collab with Kendrick Lamar, “New Freezer.” (And don’t forget the time he caused a minor internet frenzy after posting a screenshot of a FaceTime call with the ever-reclusive Frank Ocean.) Rich released his official debut album, The World Is Yours, in 2018, featuring his biggest hit to date, “Plug Walk.”

Gnash Tour 2020

Gnash Tour 2020: Gnash, real name Garrett Nash, is an American rapper, singer-songwriter, DJ and producer, from Los Angeles, California. Starting his music career in 2015, he released his debut EP, ‘u’ in March 2015, followed by ‘me’, in December 2015. His third EP, ‘us’ was released in March 2016, which featured the track, hate u, i love u, that hit #1 in the Australian ARIA Singles Chart and #10 in the Billboard Hot 100. Since then he has released his first full length release ‘We’ early in 2019 and is preparing to tour the US and UK to promote the album.

Gnash Tour 2020


Gnash hits the UK this March for headline gigs in Manchester and London. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.

The latest series of 2019 Gnash tour performances are being hailed as triumphant and incredible. Gnash has been on the road, relentlessly touring in support of new material from the latest album. The excitement surrounding the concert series should come as no surprise given the millions of Gnash fans.

Get ready for the upcoming world tour that is going to be going all over North America next year. If you are looking for tickets to the Gnash tour 2019 then you have come to the right place. We have seats available for every single one of their currently scheduled dates. You can see that underneath there is a listing of every single concert that he will be performing. You can find a show that’s nearby your area and go ahead and pick up some tickets right now before all the seats are gone.

Conor Oberst Tour 2020

Conor Oberst Tour 2020 : Conor Oberst (born February 15th, 1980), former frontman of Bright Eyes, is an American indie-folk singer-songwriter from Nebraska, US, known for his tender voice and confessional style of songwriting.

Oberst has had a long career in music, moving between several bands until finding success with Bright Eyes and his subsequent projects. Between 1993 and 1998, Oberst released a number of albums with different groups on indie label, Saddle Creek Records, including efforts with The Faint, Commander Venus and Park Ave., yet he did not find any major success.


Having formed Bright Eyes, initially as a solo project in 1995, it became Oberst’s main focus after Commander Venus disbanded in 1998. The band released several records in the late 90s, slowly building a loyal following, with their third album, “Fevers and Mirrors” (May 2000), turning heads, with Pitchfork Magazine placing it as 170 on their list of top 200 albums of the 2000s. Bright Eyes continued to release successful albums, becoming stalwarts of the indie rock scene throughout the 2000s, enjoying high chart positions on the Billboard 200.

Oberst embarked upon a solo venture in 2007/8, travelling to rural Mexico to record his self-titled effort, forming The Mystic Valley Band as his support. In 2009, they released another record, titled “Outer South,” which featured more contributions from his band, with Oberst still clearly defined as the bandleader.

After this two year break working on his solo ventures, Bright Eyes returned again to release “The People’s Key” in February 2011, with this album being the band’s last release, before Oberst retired the band. Oberst became involved again with the punk rock-esque group, Desapareidos, releasing several new singles between 2012 and 2013.

In 2014, Oberst returned as a solo artist with “Upside Down Mountain,” a record that moved towards an americana, folk sound with more minimal arrangements. The album was received with largely positive reviews from music critics, with many lauding Oberst’s new found maturity in his songwriting. The album debut at number 19 on the Billboard 200 and number one on the Folk Albums chart.

Wu Tang Clan Tour 2020

Wu Tang Clan Tour 2020 – The Wu-Tang Clan are an American hip-hop outfit hailing from Staten Island, New York. Formed in 1992, the group consists of Method Man, RZA and GZA, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, U-God, Inspectah Deck, Masta Killa, and, of course. Ol’ Dirty Bastard (aka ODB), who died in 2004 after an overdose.


Since their birth, they’ve been ranked as ‘the greatest hip-hop group of all-time’, and ‘the most influential group of the last ten years’ (by NME in 2004), with Rolling Stone declaring them as ‘the best rap group ever’.

With five super albums under their belt – the most successful being 1997’s ‘Wu-Tang Forever’, which hit #1 and has gone 4x platinum – Wu-Tang boast some of the most undeniably classic hip-hop tracks of all-time, from Protect Ya Neck, Gravel Pit, Method Man, C.R.E.A.M, and more.

Though they’ve been quieter and quieter as the years have gone by, with individual members working on a lot other projects, Wu-Tang Clan returned with brand new album, ‘A Better Tomorrow’, in December 2014, and released ‘The Saga Continues’ in 2017.

Now, they celebrate the 25th anniversary of ’36 Chambers’ with shows, including four headline gigs in Australia in December 2018, two US shows in Philadelphia and New York in January, and the Gods of Rap tour of the UK and Ireland in April 2019 alongside Public Enemy and De La Soul. Check below to find the dates and tickets!

Steely Dan Tour 2020

Steely Dan Tour 2020 : Steely Dan is an American jazz rock band from Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, featuring founding member Donald Fagen, with the rest of the line-up changing sporadically.

They’ve sold over 40 million records worldwide and picked-up loads of awards and accolades, including a Grammy Award for Album of the Year and a place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. 

Formed in 1972, the band released their debut album, ‘Can’t Buy a Thrill’, in 1972. After releasing six more albums, the band split, but reformed in 1993, releasing ‘Two Against Nature’, in 2000. The band released their latest album, ‘Everything Must Go’, in 2003. Sadly, co-founder Walter Becker died in September 2017, but the band are still touring.

After hitting the US in October, Steely Dan will return to UK and Ireland arenas in 2019 with support from Steve Winwood, before heading across North America later int he year. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below

Steely Dan Tour 2020

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