Super Bowl Half-Time Performer Usher Will Be Touring This Summer!!

Usher is about to play the biggest gig of his life – in terms of viewing figures, at least – as he stars in the half-time show of Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas. The game between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers will have north of 70 million people watching, so this is the ideal time for fans to be reminded that Usher will be on tour this lat some through to the middle of October.

Dates are being added to this tour all the time, but for now, it begins on August 20 at the Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C. The ‘Past Present Future Tour’ certainly has a Taylor Swift “Eras’ ring to it, so expect Usher to throw out his greatest hits and newest cuts as he moves through North America.

Get your tickets to see Usher today.

Tickets are selling fast, with Usher adding additional shows to play multiple nights in cities like Miami and Atlanta. There isn’t a single city where Usher isn’t playing at least two shows, with the Barclays Center in Brooklyn and Intuit Dome in Inglewood, CA, hosting four shows from the popular coach on ‘The Voice.’

2024 Usher Tour Schedule:

August 20: Washington, D.C., Capital One Arena

August 24: Baltimore, Maryland, CFG Bank Arena

August 27: Boston, Massachusetts, TD Garden

August 30: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Wells Fargo Center

September 2: Toronto, Canada, Scotiabank Arena

September 3: Toronto, Canada, Scotiabank Arena

September 6: Brooklyn, New York, Barclays Center

September 7: Brooklyn, New York, Barclays Center

September 12: Detroit, Michigan, Little Caesars Arena

September 17: Denver, Colorado, Ball Arena

September 21: Los Angeles, California, Intuit Dome

September 22: Los Angeles, California, Intuit Dome

September 28: Oakland, California, Oakland Arena

September 29: Oakland, California, Oakland Arena

October 4: Dallas, Texas, American Airlines Center

October 7: Austin, Texas, Moody Center ATX

October 11: Miami, Florida, Kaseya Center

October 12: Miami, Florida, Kaseya Center

October 17:  Atlanta, Georgia, State Farm Arena

October 18: Atlanta, Georgia, State Farm Arena

October 22:  Charlotte, North Carolina, Spectrum Center

October 26: St. Louis, Missouri, Enterprise Center

October 28: Chicago, Illinois, United Center

October 29: Chicago, Illinois, United Center

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