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Future

Future Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 2,157,522
Category Rap
Concerts
Jul
12
Wireless Finsbury Park 2024
London
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Jul
30
T-Mobile Center
Kansas City
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Jul
31
Xcel Energy Center
Saint Paul
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Aug
01
Lollapalooza Chicago 2024
Chicago
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Aug
02
Fiserv Forum
Milwaukee
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Aug
03
Lollapalooza Chicago 2024: Future x Metro Boomin
Chicago
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Aug
04
Little Caesars Arena
Detroit
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Aug
06
Bridgestone Arena
Nashville
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Aug
08
State Farm Arena
Atlanta
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Aug
10
Schottenstein Center
Columbus
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Aug
11
Scotiabank Arena
Toronto
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Aug
13
TD Garden
Boston
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Aug
14
Wells Fargo Center
Philadelphia
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Aug
15
Barclays Center
Brooklyn
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Aug
17
Capital One Arena
Washington
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Aug
20
Smoothie King Center
New Orleans
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Aug
22
Toyota Center
Houston
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Aug
23
Frost Bank Center
San Antonio
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Aug
24
American Airlines Center
Dallas
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Aug
25
BOK Center
Tulsa
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Aug
27
Ball Arena
Denver
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Aug
28
Delta Center
Salt Lake City
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Aug
30
T-Mobile Arena
Las Vegas
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Aug
31
Intuit Dome
Lennox
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Sep
03
Golden 1 Center
Sacramento
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Sep
04
Oakland Arena
Oakland
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Sep
06
Climate Pledge Arena
Seattle
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Sep
07
Moda Center
Portland
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Sep
09
Rogers Arena
Vancouver
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About Future
The man born Navyvadius Cash is ready to dominate the charts as the 25 year-old Atlanta native's classic mixtapes have put the streets and clubs in his clutches with his first single "Tony Montana." "I'm just coming out, but if you go anywhere in the south," says Future, "I get that love and respect like I have a catalog of LPs under my belt. My mixtapes have had a definitive impact which is amazing and humbling at the same time. Now my music is spreading all over the world. I'm ready to deliver universal hits." With his newly signed record deal courtesy of Epic Records and his connection to Atlanta's famed Dungeon Family, Future's career is finally off the launching pad. His first single's bubbling success comes from a mixture of the hypnotic track, Future's signature melodic flow, unforgettable chorus, and features international superstar Drake. "When I was making 'Tony Montana,' it was so far fetched for me to get Drake on the record. They called me and said 'Drake wants to get on Tony.' We had a long conversation. I sent it to him and he sent it back the same night. 'Tony Montana' is the 'Scarface' movie on wax," explains Future. Future's career started to take shape seven years ago when he hooked up with his cousin Rico Wade, trailblazing producer and founder of the pioneering collective of hip-hop legends, The Dungeon Family. "I learned so much from him," Future says of Wade, producer of such seminal acts as OutKast, TLC, and Goodie Mob. "He's so much of a leader. I picked up from his leadership. In order to be a leader, you have to start your own movement." For months, Rico would help to cultivate Future's skills and within a year's time, Wade's Organized Noize production camp had a recording contract for the young gun through Dream Works Records, which was sold and eventually folded. The setback didn't discourage the upstart rapper. Meanwhile, Future started earning a living in the music business by staying behind the scenes writing hooks, verses, and even entire songs for artists ranging from unknowns to Grammy Award winners. "Ludacris was one of the first artists to actually pay attention to one of my hooks. He heard a hook and I gave it to him. He used if for 'Blueberry Yum Yum' off of his Red Light District. Then I started helping Rico on various projects. I was getting money like that. I definitely have to say the Dungeon is where I studied songwriting," Future described. I was around writers like Sleepy Brown and Marquez Etheridge who wrote 'Waterfalls' for TLC and 'Blackberry Molasses' for Mista. My cousin had talented artists from all over the world in the Dungeon." Future's fame as a songwriter finally broke through to the mainstream when he penned most of YC's Braggadocios BET Hip-Hop Award nominated blockbuster "Racks featuring Future." The chorus, "I got racks on racks on racks..." became an instant smash in the clubs, on the radio, and was adored by everyone from fans to major artists such as Lil Wayne. "Racks" bubbled in the underground circuit of the south for six months before popping into mainstream this summer. In the meantime, Future started capitalizing on his buzz by putting together immaculate mixtapes such as Dirty Sprite. Songs such as "Tony Montana" would solidify him as the leader of the new wave of Atlanta bred superstars. As determined as Future is now to become a music superstar, he almost got in the way of fulfilling his own dreams. "When I was around 14 or 15, I got into the streets heavy and I got shot in my right hand. When I got shot, I stopped playing basketball and went harder hustling. My mother hated it. Whatever she wanted me to do, I did the opposite. From the time I was 17 until I was 24, I didn't talk to my mother because she didn't like what I was doing. I let the streets raise me." It wasn't until less than a year ago that he decided to give up hustling in the streets and solely focus on music. "I didn't know sacrifice and patience," he admits. "When I learned that, I started seeing rap pay off. I had to give the streets up to really make my way into music." As much as he was allured by the streets, Future, as an adolescent was also attracted to school. "Words always intrigued me," Future explained. "When I went to school, I would read Shakespeare and just fell in love with how he mixed his words. I started playing around and writing poems, reading poems... then I started listening to Too Short... I learned all his songs." In late 2010, Future went through a life change and made songs incessantly. "I stayed in the studio everyday," he says. "There are days I went to the studio broke, but I said I'm not going to miss one day in the studio. The day I miss could be the day God decided to bless me. It wasn't easy. By far the hardest thing I had to do in life was change, but it was by far the best move." Earlier this summer, Future inked a deal with L.A. Reid at Epic Records. The MC says it felt like destiny because Reid had also signed Organized Noize 20 years ago. Future already has his first two projects lined up: an EP this fall and a full length LP early next year. "My EP is called Watch This and the meaning is basically, 'watch what's about to happen with my career,'" he revealed. "The full album is titled Pluto. Pluto is bridging the gap from where I started to now. I make 'astronaut music.' I make music on the highest level. When you listen to Pluto, you'll understand. I'm outta here! The music is more melodic on the album. It's feel good music straight from the soul. It's music with no boundaries."
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Genres
Rap
What fans are saying
Giovanni
5 / 5
future started throwing it back😩
State Farm Arena Atlanta, GA
Jan 15, 2023
DANNIELLE
5 / 5
I WAS CRYING
Hollywood Casino Amphitheater Chicago, IL
Mar 01, 2020
Carl Emil
5 / 5
Sicko Modë
Royal Arena Copenhagen, Denmark
Mar 02, 2019
Kadrianna
5 / 5
My favorite!
Little Caesars Arena Detroit, MI
Feb 01, 2023
Jamaal
5 / 5
Didn’t go
Capital One Arena Washington City, DC
Jan 23, 2023
Dalton
4 / 5
LIT NIG
Ford Center Frisco, TX
Jul 29, 2019
Faisal
4 / 5
Amazing
Petco Park San Diego, CA
Nov 05, 2018
ZestyKumquat
5 / 5
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TD Garden Boston, MA
Jan 29, 2023
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Future Tour Cities
Saint Paul, MN Denver, CO Toronto, ON Sacramento, CA Salt Lake City, UT Vancouver, BC Nashville, TN Detroit, MI Chicago, IL Oakland, CA Kansas City, MO Boston, MA London, United Kingdom New Orleans, LA Dallas, TX Philadelphia, PA Washington City, DC Columbus, OH Seattle, WA Milwaukee, WI Brooklyn, NY Tulsa, OK Atlanta, GA Lennox, CA Las Vegas, NV Houston, TX San Antonio, TX Portland, OR

Frequently Asked Questions About Future

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Future on tour?

Yes, Future is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Future concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Future tour is scheduled for 29 dates across 28 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Future scheduled to play?

Future is scheduled to play 29 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Future tour start?

Future’s tour starts Jul 12, 2024 and ends on Sep 09, 2024. They will play 28 cities; their most recent concert was held in London at Finsbury Park and their next upcoming concert will be in Denver at Ball Arena.

What venues is Future performing at?

As part of the Future tour, Future is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Jul 12 - London, ENG @ Finsbury Park
Jul 30 - Kansas City, MO @ T-Mobile Center
Jul 31 - Saint Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center
Aug 01 - Chicago, IL @ Grant Park
Aug 02 - Milwaukee, WI @ Fiserv Forum
Aug 03 - Chicago, IL @ Grant Park
Aug 04 - Detroit, MI @ Little Caesars Arena
Aug 06 - Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
Aug 08 - Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena
Aug 10 - Columbus, OH @ Schottenstein Center
Aug 11 - Toronto, ON @ Scotiabank Arena
Aug 13 - Boston, MA @ TD Garden
Aug 14 - Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center
Aug 15 - Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center
Aug 17 - Washington, DC @ Capital One Arena
Aug 20 - New Orleans, LA @ Smoothie King Center
Aug 22 - Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
Aug 23 - San Antonio, TX @ Frost Bank Center
Aug 24 - Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center
Aug 25 - Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center
Aug 27 - Denver, CO @ Ball Arena
Aug 28 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Delta Center
Aug 30 - Las Vegas, NV @ T-Mobile Arena
Aug 31 - Lennox, CA @ Intuit Dome
Sep 03 - Sacramento, CA @ Golden 1 Center
Sep 04 - Oakland, CA @ Oakland Arena
Sep 06 - Seattle, WA @ Climate Pledge Arena
Sep 07 - Portland, OR @ Moda Center
Sep 09 - Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena
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