Find your Future tickets now! The rapper is hitting the road later this year with Drake for the "Summer Sixteen" tour! Making stops in arenas across the country, this is sure to be the tour of the year. Take a look at the Future schedule below and get your tickets today on TicketNetwork.com before they're gone!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Nov 18, 2016
|Future, Gucci Mane & Young Dolph||Southaven, MS|
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|Current Tour:||"Summer Sixteen" Tour|
In April 2016, it was announced Future would be teaming up with Drake for the "Summer Sixteen" tour this summer. The artists behind What a Time to Be Alive will kick off the two-month trek on July 20 at Frank Erwin Center in Austin, TX. From there, Future and Drake will stop at arenas across the country, including at TD Garden in Boston, the Verizon Center in Washington, DC, Madison Square Garden in New York City, Toyota Center in Houston, and Staples Center in Los Angeles. The last show on the tour is set to take place at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC on September 18.
Both artists are sure to perform music off of their new albums, including "Low Life" by Future and "One Dance" by Drake, as well as tracks from What a Time to Be Alive such as "Jumpman." Buy your Future tickets now so you can see the two perform live in "Summer Sixteen!"
EVOL was released on February 6, 2016 and is Future's fourth studio album. Consisting of 11 tracks, EVOL was produced primarily by Atlanta producer, Metro Boomin.Debuting at number one on the Billboard 200, EVOL sold 100,000 copies in its first week. The only single from the album was the popular track, "Low Life," which features a verse from The Weeknd. "Low Life" has been certified gold by the RIAA.
Nayvadius Wilburn known by his stage name Future, was born on November 20, 1983 in Atlanta. Future is known for his use unique style of rapping and singing while using Auto-Tune.
Growing up, Future's cousin, record producer Rico Wade encouraged him to develop writing skills and pursue a career as a rapper. Eventually, Future caught the attention of Atlanta rapper, Rocko, who took him under his wing. After releasing a series of mixtapes, Future's track "Tony Montana" made its way across the radio, as the rapper finally started to make a name for himself.
Future signed a recording contract with Epic records in September 2011. Future released his debut album, Pluto in April 2012. Features on the album included Drake and T.I. After a quiet 2013, Future has gone on to release a new album each year since 2014. Future also releases mixtapes on a regular basis.