As summer approaches, many hip-hop lovers are excited to see their favorite artists perform live once again. This year, some of the biggest names in music will be hitting the road for summer 2023. From Queen Bey to Drake, here are five artists you won’t want to miss.
Beyoncé – The Renaissance World Tour
Queen Bey will start her tour on May 10th in Stockholm, Sweden, and end on September 27th in New Orleans. The tour promises to celebrate Black culture, fashion, and music. It is set to feature songs from Yonce’s latest album, Renaissance.
Don Toliver – Thee Love Stick Tour
Houston rapper Don Toliver will embark on his Thee Love Stick Tour on June 18th, starting in Denver, CO, and ending on July 16th in San Francisco, CA. This tour will be a great opportunity to see Don Toliver perform tracks from his latest album, Love Sick.
Drake – It’s All A Blur Tour
Canadian rapper Drake will be taking his “It’s All A Blur” Tour to cities across North America. The tour begins on June 16th in New Orleans and ends on September 5th in Glendale, Arizona. With a string of hit albums and singles under his belt, Drizzy will surely put on an unforgettable show.
The “Gods Plan” rapper will be headlining with 21 Savage, who recently did a collab album for Her Loss. However, it is still unclear if Drake and 21 can tour internationally due to 21 Savage’s immigration status.
Drake is rumored to sing many throwback songs from his previous albums.
Lil Baby – “Its Only Us” Tour
According to a rumored promo video it appears Lil Baby will be going on tour this year. Details for Lil Baby’s “Its Only Us” Tour have not been announced yet, but the tour promises to be one of the hottest events of the summer.
The Atlanta native has become one of the biggest names in hip-hop over the past few years, and fans can’t wait to see him perform live. Fans can expect to hear songs from his latest album It’s Only Me which is Baby’s third No. 1 album.
Bryson Tiller – “Back And I’m Better” Tour
Louisville-born singer Bryson Tiller will be starting his “Back And I’m Better” Tour on May 4th in San Diego, CA and ending in Seattle, WA. Tiller’s unique blend of R&B and hip-hop has won him legions of fans, and this tour promises to be a showcase of his incredible talent.
Megan Thee Stallion Returns To The Stage
Megan Thee Stallion officially performed for the first time this year.
On Friday, March 31, the March Madness Music Festival AT&T Block Party in Houston was the first time Meg was spotted on stage since the December trial that found Tory Lanez guilty of shooting her.