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Bryson Tiller Tickets

One of the hottest names in hip-hop and R&B music is set to take to the road in early 2016, as Bryson Tiller launches his TRAPSOUL Tour beginning January 24th in Portland, OR. The string of performances is slated to take Tiller from the west coast to the east, touching down at dozens of major venues along the way. Listeners will have the opportunity to hear some of the singer’s most beloved cuts, including favorites such as “Right My Wrongs” and the mega-smash hit “Don’t”. Make sure you don’t let this opportunity pass you by—get your Bryson Tiller tickets right now so you can be there in person when he takes the stage!
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Date Event Location
SunOct 0211:45 AM The Meadows Music and Arts Festival - Kanye West, Chance The Rapper, Bryson Tiller, Cage The Elephant, The 1975 Citi Field
Flushing, NY
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ThuOct 277:00 PM Power 105.1 Powerhouse: Usher, Bryson Tiller, Wiz Khalifa and more Barclays Center
Brooklyn, NY
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Date Event Location
Sun Oct 02 11:45 AM The Meadows Music and Arts Festival - Kanye West, Chance The Rapper, Bryson Tiller, Cage The Elephant, The 1975 Citi Field
Flushing, NY
BUY
Thu Oct 27 7:00 PM Power 105.1 Powerhouse: Usher, Bryson Tiller, Wiz Khalifa and more Barclays Center
Brooklyn, NY
BUY
 

Bryson Tiller Tour News And Updates

Newcomer Bryson Tiller is making waves and packing arenas. His first album dropped just a few months ago in October, and he recently sold out the Ogden Theater in Denver on February 3. Tiller can add something else to his celebrations: hitting the top 10 of the Billboard Artist 100 chart for February 20. Justin Bieber remains at the number one spot, which he's had for five weeks, but Tiller is quickly making his way up. He was up by 8 percent thanks to album sales and digital song sales. You can catch Tiller live on his tour. He plays in Orlando on the 12 and then heads to Atlanta for two dates on the 14 and 15. Tickets start at $198 for his Atlanta run.
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2/1/16 - Hip-hop artist Bryson Tiller made his debut at the Ogden Theater in Denver, Colorado on Wednesday night, which happened to be one of the coldest nights of the year in the Mile High City. Still, fans gathered outside of the Ogden all night long to grab the best spots in the house. They were ultimately rewarded, because most in attendance agreed that Tiller was vocally perfect. Although some were unimpressed by his minimalist stage setup, everyone could tell he was more interested in delivering a flawless performance than worrying about special effects. Catch Tiller at his next show tomorrow night in San Antonio, TX. Tickets currently start at $100 and up.

1/25/16 - Breakout R&B sensation Bryson Tiller officially opened up his TRAPSOUL Tour in Portland, OR at the Roseland Theater on Sunday, and he did not disappoint. The young star thrilled crowds with a no-frills performance, belting out hits like “Exchange” and “Don’t,” which is one of the hottest songs on the charts right now. Tiller looked every bit the hero he has been dubbed by the hip-hop community, and he is still gaining momentum. Catch Bryson when he visits San Diego, CA on Friday, January 29 at Observatory-North Park. Tickets are currently on sale for the event and can be purchased for prices starting as low as $133. Don’t miss out!

1/18/16 - Bryson Tiller is having a pretty epic week. First of all, his song, “Don’t,” managed to break into the top 15 of the Hot 100 charts, which is a huge feat for hip-hop artist who is still relatively unknown. On top of that, he’s also being called the “New Surprise Hero” of hip-hop music in general. Did we mention he’s also just 23 years old? This is an up and coming star you do not want to miss, and fortunately he’s about to kickoff his new tour starting this Sunday, January 24. Tickets are currently on the verge of selling out, which is not surprising, so be sure to grab yours now before they’re gone.

1/11/16 - Hip hop artist Bryson Tiller has some pretty exciting news for fans, just ahead of his 2016 tour kickoff. The singer recently confirmed that Michael B. Jordan will be directing his next music video for the song, “Exchange.” As if that news weren’t exciting enough, Tiller was also recently crowned as the creator of the “first truly post-Drake R&B album” by the New York Times. This is a monumental achievement, and makes Tiller an artist to watch in 2016. You can start by catching him in concert starting next Sunday, January 24, at Roseland Theater in Portland, OR. Tickets are currently available for purchase starting at prices as low as $85.

1/4/16 - Even if you haven’t heard of hip-hop and R&B sensation Bryson Tiller, you’ve probably heard his hit “Don’t.” You’re about to hear even more of it now, because D.R.A.M. just created a remix of the popular song. D.R.A.M. is responsible for such hits as “$” and “I Luv It,” and he’s seeking to make 2016 an even bigger year. Tiller’s soulful and contemplative music is best experienced live, and you can hear it for yourself when his tour kicks off on Sunday, January 24. Tickets to the opening show in Portland, OR are currently on sale and available for purchase starting at prices as low as $132. Don’t miss it!

12/28/15 - When Bryson Tiller was given the budget of $600 to make “Don’t,” he didn’t shy away from the challenge. The mega hit has all the elements of a much more expensive song and you might never guess he recorded it with so little money. In his short career in the music business, Tiller is already becoming an inspiration to other artists and is gaining a huge following of his own. He is playing a New Year’s Eve show at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, California, before heading out on his first tour in support of his album, TRAPSOUL. Tickets for all scheduled dates can be purchased now and are available in a wide price range.
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