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Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn, known better as Future, is an Atlanta-born hip hop artist recognized for such hits as “Where Ya At,” “March Madness,” “News or Somthn,” and “Blow a Bag.” In fact, hardly anyone had a bigger year in 2015 than this singer. Now, you’ll have your chance to catch this rising star live when he teams up with Drake for a joint tour this summer. The pair will kick off their Purple Reign Tour on Wednesday, July 20 in Austin, TX, and continue around North America until September. No matter where you are, Razorgator has your Future concert tickets covered. Check back often to secure seats to a show near you.
Future Tickets - Future Tour Dates
 
Date Event Location
Fri Aug 26 6:30 PM Drake and Future Philips Arena
Atlanta, GA
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Sat Aug 27 6:30 PM Drake and Future Amalie Arena
Tampa, FL
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Tue Aug 30 6:30 PM Drake and Future American Airlines Arena
Miami, FL
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Wed Aug 31 6:30 PM Drake and Future American Airlines Arena
Miami, FL
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Fri Sep 02 7:00 PM Drake and Future Smoothie King Center
New Orleans, LA
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Sat Sep 03 6:30 PM Drake and Future Toyota Center
Houston, TX
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Sun Sep 04 6:30 PM Drake and Future Toyota Center
Houston, TX
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Tue Sep 06 6:30 PM Drake and Future Talking Stick Resort Arena
Phoenix, AZ
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Wed Sep 07 6:30 PM Drake and Future Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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Fri Sep 09 6:30 PM Drake and Future Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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Sat Sep 10 6:30 PM Drake and Future Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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Sun Sep 11 6:30 PM Drake and Future T-Mobile Arena
Las Vegas, NV
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Tue Sep 13 6:30 PM Drake and Future Oracle Arena
Oakland, CA
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Wed Sep 14 6:30 PM Drake and Future Oracle Arena
Oakland, CA
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Fri Sep 16 6:30 PM Drake and Future Tacoma Dome
Tacoma, WA
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Sat Sep 17 6:30 PM Drake and Future Rogers Arena
Vancouver, BC
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Sun Sep 18 6:30 PM Drake and Future Rogers Arena
Vancouver, BC
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Tue Sep 20 6:30 PM Drake and Future Rogers Place
Edmonton, AB
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Wed Sep 21 6:30 PM Drake and Future Rogers Place
Edmonton, AB
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Sat Sep 24 6:30 PM Drake and Future SAP Center
San Jose, CA
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Future 2016 Purple Reign Tour

Now that Future and Drake have collaborated on the song, “Where Ya At,” it’s time for them to hit the road together! That’s right; this dynamic pair will be teaming up once again as part of their joint Purple Reign Tour. They will get things started in Austin, TX, at the Erwin Center on Wednesday, July 20. Tickets to the opening show are currently available for prices starting at $157 and up. After that, they’ll be moving around North America until their concluding show in Vancouver, BC. Tickets to the final show on Sunday, September 18 at Rogers Arena are already on sale and can be found for prices $147 and up.
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2/9/16 - It looks like Future has found himself in hot water once again with former girlfriend Ciara. After a nasty and extremely public feud, Ciara is officially suing her ex-boyfriend for an estimated $15 million. The singer cites that the rapper made comments that were defamatory and harmful to her career, a move that he is calling, “Absurd.” We can only hope that whatever drama unfolds does not impact his upcoming tour, which is scheduled to kick off in just one week. If the pair can work it out, Future’s first show will take place next Wednesday, February 17, at the Orpheum Theatre in Madison, WI. Tickets are extremely limited at start at $138.

2/2/16 - A couple of tweets had Future fans thinking they might get an earlier release date for the rapper’s new album, but it looks like they’ll have to wait a couple extra days. Turns out the tweets were announcing the time for the release of the track list for EVOL, his 2016 follow up to the 2015 release of Purple Reign. The new album will include “Low Life,” which was recorded in collaboration with The Weeknd. Future is scheduled to kick off the “Purple Reign” tour in just under two weeks, beginning the journey in Madison, Wisconsin, on Feb. 17. On Feb. 18 he’ll pass through Chicago, making a stop at the Aragon Ballroom. Tickets for either show can be purchased now for $110.

1/26/16 - Sad news shook the rap community yesterday. Michael Phillips, the former bodyguard of Future, was found shot and killed inside his home in Georgia on Monday night. He was a newlywed who leaves behind a pregnant wife. No arrests have been made and police do not yet have any suspects or understand the motivation behind such a tragedy. Future tweeted on Tuesday, saying, “Rest in Paradise Big Mike / Lafamilia forever lil bro.” It is a tough time for everyone who knew Phillips. Come show your support when the rapper kicks off his tour. Opening night is still scheduled for Wednesday, February 17 and tickets are currently $76 and up.

1/19/16 - January is rapidly coming to an end and that means that Future is just a few short weeks away from kicking off his much anticipated Purple Reign 2016 Tour. The tour’s title is a play on the artist Prince’s hit, “Purple Rain,” because nobody rules quite like this rising rapper. His first show kicks off on Wednesday, February 17 at the Orpheum Theatre in Madison, WI. Tickets currently start at $72 for the opening show and are nearly sold out. If you can’t make it to Madison, catch him at the following show at Chicago’s famous Aragon Ballroom on February 18. Tickets are widely available for the Chicago performance and start at $81.

1/12/16 - Most everyone acknowledges Drake as the best rapper alive in 2015, but some critics see thing differently. Although Drake certainly crushed in numbers and pushed the boundaries of the musical genre, some think that Future was truly the singer to advance the craft the most. They also cite him as representing the state of the culture better than anyone else, which is why he has skyrocketed from cult favorite to mainstream success story. Come decide for yourself if this rapper truly is the best when he kicks off his tour on Wednesday, February 17, at Orpheum Theatre in Madison, WI. Tickets are currently available for purchase starting at $89 and up.

1/5/16 - Future is no stranger to critics, but he probably wasn’t expecting former flame Ciara to become one of them. Rumors were flying this week that Ciara had been preventing the rap star from from seeing their son, which she denied vehemently. She shot back saying that her ex-boyfriend simply is jealous and unable to move on. He’ll have to sooner or later, as his world tour is just around the corner. Catch Future live on tour starting Wednesday, February 17 at Orpheum Theater in Madison, WI. Tickets are already on sale and can currently be purchased for prices as low as $86. Don’t miss your chance to see this rising star live!

12/29/15 - It’s been a big year for Future, the rapper who made a name for himself in 2012 after spending years honing his craft by working on mix tapes and collaborating on countless rap songs. Many are calling him the hip hop artist of the year, and he’s got the die-hard following to prove it. His fans call themselves the Future Hive, and the eclectic group is known for being vocal, loyal, funny and somewhat strange. This authentic and genuine artist has come a long way in his years in the business. His next move is to take his music to the stage for his “Purple Reign” tour, scheduled to begin Feb. 17 in Madison, Wisconsin at the Orpheum Theatre. Get your tickets today for $80 and up!

12/23/15 - Most people know Future, whose real name is Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn, for his incredible rapping skills. It turns out the rap is just the tip of the creative iceberg for Wilburn, who is exploring other artistic opportunities in between performing his hit songs. Wilburn is set to release his very own fashion line, featuring mainly t-shirts and hoodies, as part of a collection with Neff Headwear. The rapper says that while he would eventually like to launch his own line, for now he is happy to be collaborating with Neff Headwear. You can catch Future live at his first show on New Year’s Eve in Chicago, IL. Tickets are currently $71.

12/15/15 - Despite not getting a nod for a Grammy award like most expected, rapper Future is moving on full steam ahead. Not letting the snub bother him, he will continue doing what he does best—bringing his music to his fans. He has announced the “Purple Reign” tour, set to begin in mid-February. Nearly 20 stops are already in the schedule, giving you plenty of chances to catch the “Real and True” singer live. Whether you see him opening night at the Riviera Theatre in Chicago, Illinois, catch him at the closing show in his hometown of Atlanta or anywhere in between, Future is sure to please! Get your tickets today!

2014 Honest Tour

Navyvadius Cash Wilburn, better known by moniker Future, is a rapper that emerged from Atlanta's rough Zone 6 section and burst onto the music scene just four years ago. Future was mentored by his cousin, Rico Wade, a keystone producer behind OutKast, TLC, Goodie Mob, and founder of The Dungeon Family collective. In a busy 2010, Future partnered with Gucci Mane on the Free Bricks mixtape, released the album Streetz Calling and was featured on YC's hit single "Racks." Future's own underground hit "Tony Montana" was garnering attention from major labels and was eventually picked up by LA Reid's Epic Records within the year.

The hitmaker's debut album, Pluto, features collaborations with some of hip-hop's finest; including Snoop Dogg, R. Kelly, Diddy, Ludacris and T.I., and spawned five Billboard 100 singles. The rapper released sophomore effort, Honest, with single "Move That Dope" in April of 2014. Future worked with the likes of Pharrell, Drake, Kelly Rowland, Lil Wayne, Ciara, Jeremih, Andre 300 and more to create the highly anticipated album. Meanwhile, the musician's personal life flourished, with an engagement to fellow Atlanta native turned-hip-hop star, Ciara, who is now pregnant with the couple's first child.

The "Astronaut Kid" is ubiquitously known for his auto-tuned futuristic vocals which back the likes of Miley Cyrus, Rihanna and Justin Bieber. Future will be on the road in support of his latest release, on the 45-date "Honest" tour that kicks off in Milwaukee (5/23). Future will hit Chicago (5/25), Cleveland (5/28), New York (6/3), Charlotte (6/10), New Orleans (6/17), Dallas (6/19), Los Angeles (6/27) Minneapolis (7/9) and plenty more, before closing in Montreal (7/12). Get real with Future tickets and catch this talented rapper live!
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