Eminem's musical genius and rap legacy is undeniable, and whether you know him as Slim Shady or Marshall Bruce Mathers III, you definitely know his songs. This Detroit native is one of modern music's most prolific artists, and now you can hear all his hits—from "Lose Yourself" to "Without Me," "Love the Way You Lie" and everything in between—live on stage! He's been called the best rapper alive, channeling his aggression and controversy into incredible music, and is one of the best-selling artists in the world. Score your Hard-to-Get® Eminem concert tickets today!
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Eminem 2014 The Monster Tour
8/22/14 – And just like that, the Eminem and Rihanna “Monster Tour” is on it’s third and final leg. Saving the best city for last, Mathers is returning home to Detroit for two shows, starting tonight at Comerica Park. Eminem and Rihanna tickets are still available for the Night 1 concert, at $115 to get-in at Kaline’s Corner. Spend less money to attend the epic “Monster Tour” finale, Saturday Aug. 23. The get-in price for the hip-hop tag team's last show of the year start at a fair $78 in the Mezzanine. "Lose Yourself" with Eminem tickets to his summer homecoming.
8/13/14 – Eminem and Rihanna played the first of their massive back-to-back shows on the Monster Tour, and the superstars rocked the City of Angels. Em and RiRi started and ended the shows together, across a 50-plus-song setlist. Billboard recently pointed out, however, that “sharing the stage with Eminem is like playing one-on-one with LeBron James” and Em “had the Rose Bowl literally exploding with firecrackers at the end of [his] set.” The next two shows on The Monster Tour will be held Aug. 17 and Aug. 18 in East Rutherford, NJ. Both concerts are sold out on the primary market, but you can still buy Eminem tickets with Razorgator! Get into MetLife Stadium on Night 1 (8/16) for a minimum of $66, or shell out $73 to get-in on Night 2 (8/17).
8/7/14 – Tonight is the night, Eminem fans. The epic 2014 Monster Tour with Rihanna kicks off at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena this evening—and it’s not too late to buy Eminem tickets! See hip-hop’s dynamic duo live for as little as $55 tonight. If you can’t make it out today, wait until tomorrow’s concert and pay $69 to see the “Love the Way You Lie” singers. Pre-concert festivities begin with “Picnic in the Park” at 2pm, complete with live music, games and food outside the stadium gates; the Eminem and Rihanna concerts start at 7:30pm for both Rose Bowl dates.
7/31/14 - The Monster Tour kicks off in exactly one week—have you locked in your Eminem tickets yet? Lucky SoCal hip-hop fans get to see the Rap God and RiRi for their first stop at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena next Thursday and Friday. Rihanna and Eminem tickets in Los Angeles are by far the cheapest on the Monster Tour, offering a get-in price of $28 on 8/7 and $56 on 8/8. Compare that to Eminem tickets in Detroit, which start at a minimum of $75 for each night (8/22-8/23).
7/17/14 – Eminem did not fail to entertain during his two huge nights at London's Wembley Stadium this past weekend. The "Monster" singer even brought out rapping's finest, Dr. Dre, to perform “Nuthin But A G Thang,” “Forget About Dre” and more. Eminem capped off his weekend with seven nominations for the MTV Music Video Awards; he is tied with rapper Iggy Azaelea for the second most trophies, behind Beyonce’s eight nods. With all of these accolades, the revolutionary rapper is surely making his hometown proud. Buy Eminem tickets for his 8/22 and 8/23 shows in Detroit; the get-in price is the same for both nights, at a $92 minimum.
7/11/14 – With Eminem gearing up to play the first of his two massive shows at Wembley Stadium tonight (7/11), his US Monster Tour has never felt closer! Slim Shady has been known to bring up huge supporting acts, and the media is in a frenzy guessing which artists will appear in London. As the first-ever rapper to headline the stadium, speculation for Eminem’s surprise guests range from fun’s Nate Ruess to Skylar Grey, 50 Cent, Dido and Dr.Dre. Here in the United States, we already know which artist will join the stage with the Rap God, and she is tough to top. Score Eminem tickets with co-headliner Rihanna when they hit up California in less than one month! Eminem and Rihanna tickets start at just $33 for their Aug 7 Rose Bowl performance.
7/2/14 – Eminem sure knows the ingredients to make one memorable summer. The rapper teamed up with Busta Rhymes on his just-dropped track, “Calm Down.” In the song, the two veterans spit fire in furious verses influenced by classic boom-bap tenets that the genre has sorely missed. Eminem notched another moment to remember, when his daughter Hailie Mathers graduated from high school with highest honors—maybe she’ll spend summer vacation on the road with her dad and Rihanna! We’re one month out from the start of the 2014 Monster Tour, buy your Eminem tickets before they go.
6/26/I4 – If there’s one thing you should know about Eminem, it’s that adversity merely serves as fuel to his fire. When the rapper heard he was banned from playing at London’s summer festival Hyde Park, due to his offensive lyrics potentially being heard in surrounding residential areas, he responded: “It made me even more excited to play in London this summer. The easiest way to get me to do something is to tell me I can’t do it.” Luckily, here in these United States, fans can see Em at three huge venues (Rose Bowl, MetLife Stadium, Comerica Park) this August! Get your Eminem tickets today and revel in the Rap God’s controversy.
6/18/14 – After much speculation, Eminem debuted a new track in a film trailer for “The Equilizer,” starring Denzel Washington last week. The rapper collaborated with Sia on the new song that’s bound to be a hit. Tonight, you can catch the Eminem-produced battle rap reality show “Road to Total Slaughter” when it makes its long-awaited debut on Fuse TV. Movie news, TV news, what about sports news for Eminem? US National Soccer Team star Jozy Altidore gave a shoutout to Eminem before he took off for the World Cup: “Eminem [is] unbelievable…that’s where the real talent is…I would hate to guard a guy like Eminem [on the field]. He would just keep coming at you…the type of dude that wouldn’t stop for anything.” If a world-class athlete is amazed by the determination of a rap star, then you’ve got to score Eminem tickets and appreciate his passion in person!
6/10/14 – Hip-hop or not, Eminem has officially become the first artist ever to receive two Digital Diamond Awards. The rapper made history with two RIAA Digital Single Diamond Awards for “Not Afraid” (via Recovery) and “Love the Way You Lie” (featuring Rihanna), marking sales over 10 million per song, an unparalleled feat. This monster award is fitting for Eminem, who is gearing up for the 2014 Monster Tour with Rihanna in August. Buy Eminem tickets and hear these worldwide hits live, from the legendary artist that penned them!
6/3/14 - Eminem may be "Shady" in the studio, but certainly not when it comes to charity! The rapper has raised over $17,000 for the Detroit-based Focus: HOPE foundation, further building on the donations he has put back into Michigan area charities. See Eminem and Rihanna when they hit Mather's hometown in August. Eminem tickets at Comerica Park start from $128 on 8/22 and $114 on 8/23.
5/21/14 - It's official, Eminem is Spotify's most streamed artist of all time. The rapper is joined at the top by none-other than teammate Rihanna, the most streamed female artist ever. Eminem has undertaken another honor: the rapper will be the first hip-hop act to headline Wembley Stadium in London on July 11 and 12. Odd Future (featuring Tyler the Creator and Earl Sweatshirt) will perform as the opening act. There are over 40 million active users on Spotify—that's a lot of people who are going to try and land Eminem tickets this year. Get yours now!
5/13/14- Eminem just released a Mother's Day video for "Headlights" directed by Spike Lee. Mathers apologizes to his estranged mother in his latest song and video, which he's sure to perform with tons of emotion on the Monster Tour this year. The song features Nate Ruess (of the band Fun), and if we're lucky, the singer could potentially join Eminem and Rihanna on stage to sing the track one night! Hear the rapper's newest single live in 2014 with Eminem tickets.
5/6/14 - If you haven't heard, Jay-Z and Beyoncé will be "On the Run" for a 16-date tour this year. While they may be hip-hop's reigning couple, Eminem and Rihanna's "Monster Tour" also features two of the biggest superstars of all time, and you can see them for half the price! Eminem tickets on the Monster Tour are 51% cheaper than Mr. and Mrs. Carter's trek. In addition to the anticipated tour with Ri-Ri, Eminem recently announced "Total Slaughter," a rap battle league in NYC hosted by the "Rap God" himself.
4/29/14 - Rihanna and Eminem tickets average $230 across their 6-date Monster Tour. The cheapest concert listed is in Pasadena on Aug 7: get-in for as low as $51, compared to the $114 minimum price for both Detroit shows (Aug 22-23). Catch Eminem at Lollapalooza just ahead of the Monster Tour: get-in for $128 on Friday, Aug 1 (headlining act).
4/24/14 – Eminem and Rihanna tickets are among the hottest in the Country this summer with average prices ranging between $192 (Pasadena Aug. 8) - $356 (Detroit, Aug. 22). Los Angeles prices at the Rose Bowl are the most affordable, starting from $46 and averaging $199 over the two-night series. In addition to the six dates planned with Ri Ri, Marshall Mathers III will also headline Austin City Limits Music Festival with Pearl Jam, Skrillex, and Outkast this Fall.
4/2/14 - Due to overwhelming demand for tickets, a second show in each city has been added for this summer's Monster Tour. Eminem and Rihanna will be at the Rose Bowl (8/7-8/8), MetLife Stadium (8/16-8/17) and Comerica Park (8/22-8/23), with the cheapest tickets in each city being Detroit's Saturday show (8/23), starting at $90, Los Angeles' Thursday show (8/7), starting at $56 and New Jersey's Sunday show (8/17), starting at $79. If you ever wanted to catch Eminem on tour, now would be the time, because the "Rap God" will also be at Lollapalooza Festival along with Outkast and NAS in Chicago, headlining on Friday.
Whether you know him as Slim Shady, Ken Kaniff, Jimmy "B-Rabbit" Smith or Marshall Bruce Mathers III, Eminem's musical genius and legacy as a rap icon is undeniable. The Detroit native is one of modern music's most prolific artists; he's performed with Elton John, teamed up with Drake, Kanye, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre and numerous more, owns his own record label, and has had a successful acting career. From being named "The Best Rapper Alive" (Vibe) in a predominantly black music genre, to stirring up controversy with Christina Aguilera, Moby, Limp Bizkit and others—not to mention ex-wife Kim, Eminem and fame have been intrinsically linked by controversy and scrutiny. Still, through it all, Eminem's gift for rapping has been palpable since he first arrived on the scene in the 1990s, and his impact cannot be overstated.
The artist hasn't been on the road in four years, but after the release of Marshall Mathers 2, Eminem embarked on his 2014 "Rapture Tour" of South Africa. US fans have reason to get excited too, as hip-hop dream team, Eminem and Rihanna, will tackle "The Monster Tour" later this year. Their mini-trek will take place in August and is currently scheduled for just three stadium dates: New York, Detroit and Los Angeles. This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to hear mega-tracks "Monster" and "Love the Way You Lie" by both performers on one stage! With just three dates listed for his US leg, Eminem tickets are bound to go like lightning, so lock them down as soon as you can!
Eminem's powerful lyrics and mastermind production skills have won him thirteen Grammys, and made him the best-selling artist of the 2000s and one of the best-selling music artists in the world. Thirteen years after the release of the Marshall Mathers LP (the fastest-selling solo album in US history), Eminem dropped follow-up record, Marshall Mathers LP 2, his eighth studio effort with music and lyrics as unabashed as ever. From high-octane "Bezerk," to fearlessly offensive "Rap God" and melodic "The Monster" featuring Rihanna, the record sold nearly 800,000 copies in its first week, making it the second fastest and second biggest selling album of the year, just behind Justin Timberlake.