Big Sean tour dates 2017: Locations and how to get tickets

Big Sean tour dates 2017: Locations and how to get tickets
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Big Sean returns Feb. 3 with his fourth studio album, I Decided. The rapper has already released a few songs from the upcoming LP, including "Bounce Back," which hit no. 18 on the Billboard Hot 100. 

In support of his latest album, the rapper also announced his I Decided tour, during which he'll be joined by special guest MadeinTYO. The tour begins in Texas and ends in Florida.

I Decided tour

Tickets for Big Sean's I Decided tour go on sale at 10 a.m. Eastern on Friday, Jan. 13, but the presale kicked off at 10 a.m. Tuesday. If you missed the first presale, Live Nation will have another one starting at 10 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 12. 

I Decided tour dates

Big Sean has listed the tour dates for the I Decided tour on his website. Here is a full list of dates:

March 17: Houston, Texas – Revention Music Center 
March 18: Dallas, Texas – South Side Ballroom
March 21: Anaheim, California – House of Blues
March 23: San Francisco, California – The Masonic
March 24: Los Angeles, California – Hollywood Palladium
March 28: Denver, Colorado – The Fillmore
March 30: St. Paul, Minnesota – Myth
March 31: Chicago, Illinois – Aragon Ballroom
April 1: Detroit, Michigan – Fox Theatre
April 2: Toronto, Ontario – Rebel
April 4: Boston, Massachusetts – House of Blues 
April 7: Wallingford, Connecticut – The Dome at Oakdale
April 8: Silver Spring, Maryland – The Fillmore
April 11: New York, New York – Radio City Music Hall
April 12: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – The Fillmore
April 14: Charlotte, North Carolina – The Fillmore
April 15: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina – House of Blues
April 16: Raleigh, North Carolina – The Ritz
April 18: Atlanta, Georgia – Tabernacle
April 19: Tampa, Florida – The Ritz Ybor
April 20: Miami, Florida – Fillmore Miami Beach at The Jackie Gleason Theater

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Jordan Appugliesi

Jordan is a part-time arts and entertainment writer based in Toronto.

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