Find your G-Eazy tickets today! The Bay Area rapper is hitting the road this June for the "Endless Summer" tour in support of his 2015 album, When It's Dark Out. Each show on the tour will also feature performances from Logic, YG, and Yo Gotti. Take a look at the schedule below and get your cheap G-Eazy tickets today!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Jun 02, 2017
|Bunbury Music Festival - 3 Day Pass||Cincinnati, OH|
Jun 03, 2017
|FPSF: Lorde, Flume, G-Eazy & Cage The Elephant - 2 Day Pass||Houston, TX|
Eleanor Tinsley Park
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Jun 09, 2017
|Mysteryland Festival - 3 Day Pass||Bethel, NY|
Bethel Woods Center For The Arts
|Current Tour:||"Endless Summer"|
|Discography:||These Things Happen (2014)|
When It's Dark Out (2015)
The summer circuit will begin on June 28 at Gexa Energy Pavilion in Dallas. After, the tour will crisscross the country, stopping at venues such as the Toyota Amphitheatre in Wheatland, CA, Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Hutchinson Field Grant Park in Chicago, and Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The tour will wrap up on August 5 at the Xfinity Theatre in Hartford, CT.
Make sure to get your G-Eazy tickets before they're gone!
G-Eazy released his second studio album, When It's Dark Out on December 4, 2015. The album features 17 tracks including the singles "Random," "Order More," "Drifting," "Sad Boy," and "Me, Myself & I." The track "Me, Myself & I" peaked at number seven on the US Billboard Hot 100.
The album received mixed reviews from critics and peaked at number five on the US Billboard 200. On February 16, 2016, the album was certified gold by the RIAA.
Gerald Gillum, known to most by his stage name G-Eazy is American rapper who was born on May 24, 1989 in the San Francisco Bay Area. Interested in music from a young age, G-Eazy attended Loyola University at New Orleans, where he began producing. Eventually, he picked up rapping and joined a short lived group in Oakland called The Bay Boyz.
G-Eazy eventually signed with RCA Records and released his debut album, These Things Happen. The album featured the popular single "I Mean It" and reached number three on the Billboard 200.