Earlier today (July 17), Billboard reported that Lil Baby’s “It’s Only Us Tour” received some big changes to its schedule. Notably, several dates are no longer available, including those that were in Phoenix, San Diego, Las Vegas, Sacramento, Denver, Minneapolis, Pittsburgh, and Louisville. In addition, two new dates for New York and Philadelphia have been added. Inexplicably, The Kid LAROI is no longer listed on Lil Baby’s official website as a supporting act.
The “It’s Only Us Tour” is set to kick off in Houston July 26, and will continue through what is now 24 different cities until late September. GloRilla, Rylo Rodriguez, Gloss Up, and Junxho remain on the official lineup of artists joining.
The excursion is also in support of Lil Baby’s 2022 release, It’s Only Me, which contained collaborations alongside Nardo Wick, Young Thug, Fridayy, Future, Rylo Rodriguez, Jeremih, and more. The project became the Atlanta star’s third No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and earned a platinum certification in the United States. You can check out the updated schedule for the aforementioned tour below.
Lil Baby’s “It’s Only Us Tour” dates:
July 26: Houston, TX — Toyota Center
July 28: Austin, TX — Moody Center
July 29: Dallas, TX — American Airlines Center
Aug. 5: Los Angeles, CA — Crypto.com Arena
Aug. 6: Oakland, CA — Oakland Arena
Aug. 12: Seattle, WA — Climate Pledge Arena
Aug. 17: St. Louis, MO — Enterprise Center
Aug. 18: Milwaukee, WI — Fiserv Forum
Aug. 23: Detroit, MI — Little Caesars Arena
Aug. 24: Chicago, IL — United Center
Aug. 26: Columbus, OH — Nationwide Arena
Aug. 29: Philadelphia, PA — Wells Fargo Center
Aug. 30: New York, NY — Madison Square Garden
Aug. 31: Washington, DC — Capital One Arena
Sept. 2: Boston, MA — TD Garden
Sept. 3: Baltimore, MD — CFG Bank Arena
Sept. 7: Memphis, TN — Fedex Forum
Sept. 9: Nashville, TN — Bridgestone Arena
Sept. 11: Raleigh, NC — PNC Arena
Sept. 12: Charlotte, NC — Spectrum Center
Sept. 15: Tampa, FL — Amalie Arena
Sept. 16: Jacksonville, FL — Vystar Veterans Memorial Arena
Sept 19: New Orleans, LA — Smoothie King Center
Sept. 22: Ft. Lauderdale, FL — FLA Live Arena
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