FUTURE ADDS KODAK BLACK, TRIPPIE REDD & MORE TO ‘ONE BIG PARTY’ TOUR
Future has announced the supporting cast for his upcoming One Big Party Tour, and fans can expect to see plenty of heavy hitters joining the Freebandz boss on the road.
The Atlanta hitmaker posted a flyer on his Instagram Stories on Monday (December 12) revealing the lineup of “special guests” he’s recruited for his recently announced 2023 U.S. trek.
The guest list includes Kodak Black, Trippie Redd, Polo G, EST Gee, Babyface Ray, Rob49 and Ocean x KungFu, as well as Freebandz signees Doe Boy, Real Boston Richey, Lil Jairmy and Lil Double 0.
Kodak, Trippie and Polo are the only acts with an asterisk next to their names, signaling they’ll appear on select dates.
The One Big Party Tour will be Future’s first headlining trek in more than three years. The arena tour kicks off in Houston on January 7, before making its way through Charlotte, Atlanta, Chicago and Washington, D.C. Future and co. will close things out in Boston on January 27.
“ShowTime. I’m ready To bring ONE BIG PARTY too your city! PLUTO,” the “March Madness” rapper wrote on Twitter when he first announced the tour last week. Tickets are on sale via Ticketmaster.
The One Big Party Tour comes in support of Future’s monster 2022 album, I Never Liked You. The project opened at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 222,000 first-week units in April, while its hit single “Wait For U” featuring Drake and Tems also debuted in the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100.
“Wait For U” ranked as one of the biggest hits of the year as it won Best Collaboration at the BET Hip Hop Awards, Favorite Hip Hop Song at the American Music Awards and was recently crowned Apple Music’s most streamed song of 2022.
Future is also in the running for six awards at the 2023 Grammys, including Best Rap Album (I Never Liked You), Best Rap Song (“Wait For U”) and Best Rap Performance (“Pushin’ P”).
Despite his continued dominance, Hendrix remains as hungry as ever, telling Billboard in a recent interview that he’s determined to become Hip Hop’s next billionaire.
“My main focus right now is just to do something I never done. One thing I never done is make a billion dollars,” he said. “Sometimes I ask questions, if I meet a billionaire, like, ‘How’d you get to where you got?’… It just helps me to understand that I’m on the right path when I talk to people that have billions.”
Check out the dates for Future’s One Big Party Tour below:
Jan 7 — Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
Jan 13 — Charlotte, NC @ Spectrum Center
Jan 14 — Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena
Jan 20 — Chicago, IL @ United Center
Jan 22 — Washington, D.C. @ Capital One Arena
Jan 27 — Boston, MA @ TD Garden