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Chris Brown announced his “The 11:11 Tour,” which will be supported by Ayra Starr and Muni Long.

The R&B-themed tour kicks off in June and will touch down in several North American cities until August.

After weeks of anticipation, Brown shared that he’ll be hitting Detroit, MI first, before visiting the major cities of Chicago, Newark, NJ, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Atlanta, Washington D.C., Houston and Las Vegas before wrapping up in Los Angeles on August 8.

The 26-city trek comes in promotion of his 11th studio album entitled “11:11,” which dropped on November 11, 2023. The LP boasted 22 songs with additional appearances from Davido, Lojay, Future, Maeta, Fridayy and Bryon Messia.

The album became the Virginia entertainer’s 12th project to reach the top 10 on the Billboard 200 when it debuted at #9 with 45,000 album-equivalent units sold.It boasts popular singles “Summer Too Hot,” “Nightmares,” “Sensational” featuring Davido and Lojay, “Stutter” and more.

Tickets go on sale next Monday (March 11).


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“The 11:11 Tour” dates:

June 5: Detroit, MI — Little Caesars Arena
June 7: Chicago, IL — United Center
June 10: Columbus, OH — Nationwide Arena
June 12: Newark, NJ — Prudential Center
June 14: Belmont Park, NY — UBS Arena
June 16: Brooklyn, NY — Barclays Center
June 20: Montreal, QC — Bell Centre
June 22: Toronto, ON — Scotiabank Arena
June 26: Boston, MA — TD Garden
June 29: Philadelphia, PA — Wells Fargo Center
June 30: Baltimore, MD — CFG Bank Arena

July 3: Washington, DC — Capital One Arena
July 5: Atlanta, GA — State Farm Arena
July 9: Hampton, VA — Hampton Coliseum
July 11: Birmingham, AL — The Legacy Arena
July 16: Houston, TX — Toyota Center
July 17: Austin, TX — Moody Center
July 19: Fort Worth, TX — Dickies Arena
July 23: Denver, CO — Ball Arena
July 26: Seattle, WA — Climate Pledge Arena
July 27: Vancouver, BC — Rogers Arena
July 30: Sacramento, CA — Golden 1 Center
July 31: Oakland, CA — Oakland Arena

Aug. 3: Las Vegas, NV — T-Mobile Arena
Aug. 4: Phoenix, AZ — Footprint Center
Aug. 6: Los Angeles, CA — Crypto.com Arena

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