Dec. 15 update:
The Chance the Rapper performance scheduled to take place Feb. 10 at KeyBank Center has been canceled. Refunds will be available at point of purchase.
If you purchased tickets via tickets.com by phone or online, your tickets will be automatically refunded.
Tickets on sale now at chanceraps.com/tour
Rap stars Lil Yachty and Taylor Bennett will join Chance the Rapper on his expansive “The Big Tour” across North America. Both artists will open for the Grammy Award-winner on all 2020 dates of the tour.
Fans have a chance to catch a hometown show at the United Center in Chicago on Sept. 28 before the tour picks back up in 2020. The remaining tour dates will kick off Jan. 15, 2020, in San Diego and make stops in Dallas, Atlanta, Toronto, New York and more, before wrapping Feb. 24 in Milwaukee. “The Big Tour” visits KeyBank Center in Buffalo on Feb. 10.
Tickets are on sale now at chanceraps.com/tour.
Chance recently performed “Eternal” on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “I Got You (Always And Forever)” on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Fans also couldn’t get enough of his performance this weekend at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas. He played crowd favorites and new songs from his debut album.
Chance The Rapper’s debut album, aptly titled "The Big Day," encapsulates the magnitude of his first for-sale offering and the marriage to the love of his life. Fresh off of the release of his mixtape trilogy to streaming services, "The Big Day" is a landmark progression for Chicago’s hometown hero. Inspired by all of the different emotions he felt on his wedding day, the album serves as a reminder of Chance’s relevance to the canon of contemporary music. With "The Big Day," Chance takes cues from the rawness of “10 Day,” the lyrical prowess of “Acid Rap,” and the wide-eyed optimism of “Coloring Book” to create his most dynamic body of work to date.
Lil Yachty is a 21-year-old Atlanta native and a Grammy-nominated singer, rapper, producer, creative designer, branding genius and fashion icon. Yachty has been one of the most prolific names in music during his meteoric rise. He’s earned three Top 10 albums on Billboard’s Top 200 chart and 12 songs on the Hot 100 charts. With all of these accomplishments and over 3 billion streams across his music catalog, Lil Yachty has established himself as a marvel of music and pop culture with an undeniable presence.
Since releasing his viral video for “One Night” in December 2015, Lil Yachty has been releasing music at an almost unbelievable pace: Following his initial mixtapes, 2016’s “Lil Boat” and “Summer Songs 2” were released less than a year apart. His studio album “Teenage Emotions” was released in May 2017. His second studio album, “Lil Boat 2,” and third studio album, “Nuthin’ 2 Prove,” soon followed.
Bennett is the fast-rising star in hip-hop. Aside from being the talented younger brother of Grammy Award-winning artist Chance the Rapper, Bennett, at the age of 22, is a hugely successful hip-hop artist, philanthropist, model, entrepreneur, songwriter and producer.
His debut album, “Broad Shoulders,” was released in 2015 and featured tracks with artists such as King Louie, Joey Purp and Chance the Rapper. The buzz around his first project also fueled a 13-minute short film that was released in 2017. His sophomore album, “Restoration of an American Idol,” released in 2017 featured A-list collaborations with Jeremih, Raury and Lil Yachty among others.
Bennett is currently out promoting his latest project "The American Reject,” the completion to his trilogy of EP’s. He’s already performed at more than 15 festivals this year.