Giveon is set to support his latest EP with his first-ever tour. On Tuesday (Sept. 14), the R&B star announced the “Timeless Tour,” kicking off this fall.
“Very excited to announce my first ever tour,” he wrote on Twitter. “Tickets available for presale soon... see you there.”
The “Timeless Tour” will launch in Detroit on Nov. 28 and continue through 13 other U.S. and Canadian cities; including Toronto, Chicago, New York City, Atlanta, Los Angeles and more. The trek wraps up on Dec. 22 in Seattle.
The tour is in support of Giveon’s latest EP, When It’s All Said and Done… Take Time, which featured a lone appearance from Snoh Aalegra. The project was shared in March ahead of the one-year anniversary of Giveon’s debut EP, Take Time.
“The anniversary for the release of Take Time is creeping up on us all... what a year it’s been,” he reflected at the time. “My first two EPs were stories about a chapter in my love life. The bright spots and the nuisances. I really just used music as a vehicle to exhibit all of my vulnerabilities and truths… the fact that so many people are moved by my stories leaves me speechless every day. I’m beyond grateful and blessed to have you all along every step of the journey.”
More recently, Giveon has been dominating the Billboard Hot 100 by way of his collaboration with Drake and Lil Durk, “In the Bible.” The track shot up to No. 7 on the chart this week, becoming one of nine Certified Lover Boy songs to debut within the Billboard Hot 100’s Top 10.
On Sunday (Sept. 12), Giveon also took home the award for Best Pop at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards. The 26-year-old earned the accolade for his collaboration with Justin Bieber and Daniel Caesar, “Peaches.”
Fans can purchase tickets for Giveon’s “Timeless Tour” starting this Friday (Sept. 17). See Giveon’s tweet and his full list of tour dates below.
Timeless Tour Dates:
Nov. 28 – El Club – Detroit, MI
Nov. 29 – Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, ON
Nov. 30 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL
Dec. 2 – Irving Plaza – New York, NY
Dec. 4 – Theatre of Living Arts (TLA) – Philadelphia, PA
Dec. 5 – Union Stage – Washington, DC
Dec. 7 – The Loft – Atlanta, GA
Dec. 8 – Republic – New Orleans, LA
Dec. 10 – Trees – Dallas, TX
Dec. 11 – Warehouse Live – Houston, TX
Dec. 15 – El Rey Theatre – Los Angeles, CA
Dec. 17 – 24 Oxford – Las Vegas, NV
Dec. 19 – The New Parish – Oakland, CA
Dec. 22 – Neumos – Seattle, WA