Logic & Visionary Music Group Announce "Welcome To Forever" Tour Dates

posted Tuesday April 16 ,2013 at 10:48AM CDT | 4 comments

Logic & Visionary Music Group Announce

Castro, Quest and Skizzy Mars are joining Logic and VMG's May-June nationwide Welcome To Forever Tour.

Following yesterday's (April 15) news of Logic signing to Def Jam Records by way of No I.D., the Baltimore, Maryland emcee has announced a headlining tour. Logic will be joined by his Visionary Music Group label-mates Castro, and Quest as well as Skizzy Mars for the VMG Presents Welcome To Forever Tour. The series of dates will follow Logic's May 7 mixtape, Young Sinatra: Welcome To Forever.

The nationwide tour from the 2012 DXnext alum spans from mid-May to late June, with the following dates confirned:

May     14        Atlanta, GA                 Terminal West
            16        Dallas, TX                   House of Blues
            17        San Antonio, TX          White Rabbit
            18        Austin, TX                   Stubb's Jr.
            19        Houston, TX                House of Blues
            21        New York, NY            Best Buy Theater
                                                           (XXL Freshman)
            23        Boulder, CO                Fox Theatre
            24        Fort Collins, CO          Aggie Theatre
            25        Colorado Spgs., CO     The Black Sheep
            26        Albuquerque, NM        Sunshine
            28        Tucson, AZ                  Rock
            29        Scottsdale, AZ            Martini Ranch
            30        San Diego, CA             House of Blues
            31        Los Angeles, CA         House of Blues
 
June    1          San Francisco, CA        The Fillmore
            3          Santa Barbara, CA       Velvet Jones
            4          Sacramento, CA           Ace of Spades
            6          Portland, OR               Peter's Room
            7          Vancouver, B.C.         Fortune Sound Club
            8          Seattle, WA                 The Crocodile
            10        Salt Lake City, UT      The Complex
            11        Denver, CO                The Summit Music Hall
            12        Lawrence, KS             Granada Theater
            14        Minneapolis, MN         Varsity
            15        Milwaukee, WI            The Rave II (Downstairs)
            16        Detroit, MI                   Shelter
            18        Cleveland, OH             HOB Cambridge Room
            19        Chicago, IL                  House of Blues
            21        Boston, MA                 Paradise
            22        New York, NY            Irving Plaza
            23        Silver Spring, MD        Fillmore
            24        Philadelphia, PA          Theatre of Living Arts (TLA)
            26        Toronto, Ont.               Mod Club

RELATED: Logic Explains Using Rhymes To Speak On Race, Poverty & Building The Ratt Pack [2012 DXnext INTERVIEW]

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  • Anonymous
    there's no got dam poverty in gaithersburg. fyi if you haven't been to baltimore, bmore is like a smaller chicago and gaithersburg md would be like an idaho or greenbay somewhere
  • Anonymous
    prime example why would a bmore artist tour and not come to bmore the actual heart of md
  • Anonymous
    no knock to this lil dude cuz from what i see he can rap.but i wish this industry stop fabricating shit.he is not from baltimore hes from gaithersburg md those are to seperate worlds literally.its tomany baltimore artist grinding and cant get in the door that takes offense to the bullshit if your gonna tag a bmore artist atleast let him be from there
  • Anonymous
    You guys keep making the same mistake. Logic isn't from Baltimore, he's from Gaitherburg. That's in a completely different county. If you insist on getting it wrong then just say he's from DC, it makes a whole lot more sense than B'more.