First, there was the massive single “Drip Too Hard” which has amassed over a billion streams.
Then, in February 2023, Lil Baby appeared on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” as the musical guest.
Now, the popular rapper is launching his first-ever arena tour this summer.
That includes a stop at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Wednesday, Aug. 30.
And if you want to grab last-minute tickets to see the hip-hop icon before it’s too late, we’re here to help.
At the time of publication, seats are available for all shows and some are quite cheap.
In fact, for one show on the run, we found tickets going for as low as $16 before fees on Vivid Seats.
That price is a bit of an outlier though — most of the cheapest seats for concerts begin in the $30 to $90 range.
Want to find out how much tickets are going for at the show closest to you?
We’ve got all the details you’re looking for about Lil Baby’s ‘It’s Only Us Tour’ below.
All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.
Lil Baby 2023 tour schedule
A complete calendar including all tour dates, venues and links to the cheapest tickets available for all shows can be found below.
|Lil Baby tour dates||Ticket prices|
|July 26 at the Toyota Center in Houston, TX||$79|
|July 28 at the Moody Center in Austin, TX||$34|
|July 29 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX||$62|
|Aug. 5 at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, CA||$57|
|Aug. 6 at the Oakland Arena in Oakland, CA||$50|
|Aug. 12 at the Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, WA||$61|
|Aug. 17 at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis, MO||$57|
|Aug. 18 at the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, WI||$62|
|Aug. 23 at the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, MI||$57|
|Aug. 24 at the United Center in Chicago, IL||$61|
|Aug. 26 at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH||$50|
|Aug. 29 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA||$111|
|Aug. 30 at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY||$119|
|Aug. 31 at the Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C.||$94|
|Sept. 2 at the TD Garden in Boston, MA||$92|
|Sept. 3 at the CFG Bank Arena in Baltimore, MD||$53|
|Sept. 7 at the FedExForum in Memphis, TN||$16|
|Sept. 9 at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN||$54|
|Sept. 11 at the PNC Arena in Raleigh, NC||$47|
|Sept. 12 at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, NC||$63|
|Sept. 15 at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, FL||$58|
|Sept. 15-17 at the Midtown Music Festival in Atlanta, GA||$317|
|Sept. 16 at the Vystar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, FL||$31|
|Sept. 19 at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, LA||$39|
|Sept. 22 at the FLA Live Arena in Sunrise, FL||$44|
(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)
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Midtown Music Festival
Midway through the late summer run, Lil Baby is dropping into Atlanta, GA’s annual Midtown Music Festival.
Taking place at Piedmont Park on Sept. 15-17, this year’s multi-day extravaganza has a star-studded lineup ready and raring to go.
Sound like the fest for you?
Lil Baby new music
Lil Baby is nothing if not prolific.
In 2022, he unleashed his 23-track album “It’s Only Me” featuring guest stars like Future, Young Thug and Jeremih.
We’re particularly fond of the sun-soaked, throwback R&B sampling opener “Real Spill.”
If you want to hear the record for yourself, you can find it here.
That’s not all though — this year, he contributed to HBO’s “The Idol” soundtrack and dropped a pair of singles.
For those that consider themselves completists, click here to check out Lil Baby’s entire catalog.
Lil Baby opening acts
Each show on the ‘It’s Only Us’ run will be a star-studded affair.
To get you up to speed, our team found the most streamed song from each special guest on the tour.
You can listen to them all below.
GloRilla: “Tomorrow 2” (with Cardi B)
Rylo Rodriguez: “Forget That”
Gloss Up: “Shabooya”
Hunxho: “Let’s Get It”
Hip-Hop stars on tour in 2023
These next few months are stacked.
With Hip-Hop 50 coming up, many of the biggest stars around are touring all over North America.
To keep you in the loop, here are just five huge acts you won’t want to miss live these next few months.
Who else is touring? Check out our list of the 52 biggest concert tours in 2023 here to find out.
This article was originally published on New York Post - Entertainment