On the heels of releasing his eighth studio album, College Park (BobbyBoy Records/BMG), GRAMMY-nominated rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer Logic has announced a U.S. tour produced by Live Nation. “Logic: The College Park Tour with Special Guest Juicy J” is set to kick off May 25 in Madison, Wis. (full routing below). Additionally, BobbyBoy Records’ own C Dot Castro and Travis Stacey will be opening all shows.
The tour will make a Salt Lake City stop at Union Event Center on June 20, 2023.
Tickets will be available starting with Citi presales beginning Tuesday, March 7. More info on the Citi presale is below. The general on sale for will begin Friday, March 10 at 10 a.m. local time on livenation.com.
Presale: Citi is the official card of the Logic 2023 tour. Citi cardmembers will have access to presale tickets beginning Tuesday, March 7 at 12 p.m. local time until Thursday, March 9 at 10 p.m. local time through the Citi Entertainment program. For complete presale details visit www.citientertainment.com.
College Park encompasses Logic’s musical and life journey to date while it also celebrates a new beginning for the rapper. Following a 10-year stint with Def Jam Records, Logic took a leap to the independent side and partnered with BMG for this latest release, which features singles including “Wake Up,” “Paradise II” featuring Norah Jones, “Highlife,”and “Lightsabers.”
Most recently, the track “Self-Medication” has been generating buzz across socials channels thanks in part to track features Seth MacFarlane, Redman, & Statik Selektah. The song is currently the biggest gainer on the Top Songs USA Spotify chart and receiving 1M streams per day.
VIBE called the album “Chock-full of well-placed guest appearances as well as powerful solo fare” and deemed College Park “…a cohesive long player…” while Hot97 stated, “The album stylistically gives off old school vibes.”
LOGIC ON TOUR
May 25 Madison, Wis. The Sylvee
May 27 Chicago, Ill. Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom ^
May 28 Detroit, Mich. Fox Theatre
May 31 Akron, Ohio Akron Civic Center
June 02 Boston, Mass. MGM Music Hall
June 03 Bridgeport, Ct. Hartford Healthcare Amphitheater
June 04 New York, N.Y. Hammerstein Ballroom
June 07 Philadelphia, Pa. The Met
June 08 Washington, DC Echostage ^
June 10 Charlotte, N.C. Skyla Credit Union Amp
June 11 Jacksonville, Fla. Daily’s Place
June 12 New Orleans, La. Fillmore
June 14 Houston, Texas 713 Music Hall
June 15 Austin, Texas Moody Center
June 16 Dallas, Texas South Side Ballroom ^
June 19 Denver, Colo. Fillmore Auditorium
June 20 Salt Lake City, Utah Union Event Center
June 22 Seattle, Wash. WAMU Theater ^
June 23 Portland, Ore. RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater
June 25 San Francisco, Calif. The Masonic
June 28 Los Angeles, Calif. YouTube Theater
June 29 San Diego, Calif. Gallagher Square at Petco Park
June 30 Phoenix, Ariz. Arizona Financial Theatre
^ without Juicy J