Travie McCoy is Ready For First-Ever Solo Tour of North America
Tue, 25 Jan 2011 13:01:16
Decaydance/Fueled By Ramen recording artist Travie McCoy has announced details of his first-ever solo North American headline tour. Presented by Arenarap.com, the "Sgt. Schlepper's Who Needs Hearts Club Band Tour" will hit the road beginning March 17th at the Opera House in Toronto, Ontario, and then travel through early April.
Pre-sale tickets for the much anticipated trek will be available starting today, January 25th, along with VIP packages, which include a pre-sale ticket, meet & greet with Travie, a VIP meet & greet laminate and a Travie piggy-bank for all the future "Billionaires." For more information about the pre-sale tickets and VIP packages, please go here. All remaining tickets will then go on sale to the general public on Friday, January 28th and Saturday, January 29th. Joining McCoy on all dates will be a star-studded, multi-artist line-up including Donnis, XV, Bad Rabbits, and on their first full-scale tour schedule, Black Cards, featuring Decaydance co-founder Pete Wentz. McCoy and Wentz are keeping it all in the family.
Travie – who is currently poised to enter the studio to begin recording Gym Class Heroes' hugely anticipated fifth album due for release later this year – earned widespread acclaim and massive popular success with last year's groundbreaking solo debut, Lazarus. In related news, Travie is also climbing the charts as the featured guest on Taio Cruz's latest single, "Higher."
What a rad ass tour! What a rad ass live McCoy has!
Dates are as follows:
17 Toronto, ON Opera House
18 Montreal, QC Le National
19 Philadelphia, PA TLA
20 Towson, MD Recher Theatre
22 Boston, MA Paradise
23 New York, NY Gramercy
24 Cleveland, OH Peabody's
25 Chicago, IL Metro
26 Minneapolis, MN Station Four
27 Lawrence, KS Granada Theater
28 Denver, CO Summit Theatre
30 Los Angeles, CA El Rey
31 San Francisco, CA Slims
1 Sacramento, CA Ace of Spades
2 Portland, OR Hawthorne Theater
3 Seattle, WA El Corazon
Are you going to see Travie McCoy as he makes a go of it as a solo act?