Kansas City, MO – Kutt Calhoun is announcing the updated itinerary for his “The Break For Gold Tour” exclusively through HipHopDX.

It is as follows:

May 21 The Venue Dubuque, IA

May 22 Opinion Brewery Newport, MN

May 24 THE ELKS LODGE Wolf Point, MT

May 25 Pub Station Billings, MT

May 26 Butte Depot Butte, MT

May 27 Monks Missoula, MT

May 28 The RoadHouse Port Townsend, WA

May 29 El Corazon Seattle, WA

May 30 Hawthorne Theatre Portland, OR

Jun 04 Jub Jub’s Reno, NV

Jun 10 Metro Bar SLC Salt Lake City, UT

Jun 12 LVCS Las Vegas, NV

Jun 14 Joe’s Grotto Phoenix, AZ

Jun 15 The Warehouse Las Cruces, NM

Jun 16 Jake’s Lubbock, TX

Jun 17 Fitzgerald’s San Antonio, TX

Jun 18 Trees Dallas, TX

Jun 19 Scout Bar Houston, TX

Jun 21 The Vanguard Tulsa, OK

Jun 22 Rose Music Hall Columbia, MO

Jun 23 Home Bar Arlington Heights, IL

Jun 24 X-TRA 920 Appleton, WI

Jun 02 The Sickhouse Idaho Falls, ID

Jun 08 M15 Concert Bar & Grill Corona, CA

Jun 11 Juggernaut Music Gallup, NM

Jun 25 Cheers Pub South Bend, IN

Jun 26 Agora Theatre Cleveland, OH

Jun 27 Hard Rock Cafe Louisville, KY

Jun 28 Skullys Music Diner Columbus, OH

Jun 29 Smiling Moose Pittsburgh, PA

Jun 30 California Brew Haus Rochester, NY

Jul 01 The Chance Poughkeepsie, NY

Jul 02 The Palladium Worcester, MA

Jul 05 Pike Room @ The Crofoot Pontiac, MI

Jul 06 Emerson Theatre Indianapolis, IN

Jul 07 Firebird St Louis, MO

Jul 08 Alchemy Bar & Grill Omaha, NE

Jul 09 Lefty’s Live Music Des Moines, IA

Jul 10 Outland Ballroom Springfield, MO

Jul 13 Cervantes Denver, CO

Jul 14 The Black Sheep Colorado Springs, CO

Jul 15 Hodi’s Half Note Fort Collins, CO

Jul 16 AfterShock Kansas City, MO

(The original article in this thread was published March 10, 2016. It is as follows.)

Kutt Calhoun is announcing his “The Break For Gold Tour” exclusively through HipHopDX.

The forthcoming trek, which is slated to kick off June 16 at Jake’s in Lubbock, Texas and conclude July 2 at The Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts, is the Kansas City rapper’s second headlining tour in less than a year. 

“This opportunity to tour for a second time means everything to me being where I came from and where I’m at now,” Kutt Calhoun, who embarked upon his “The Own My Own Tour” last year, says during an exclusive interview with HipHopDX. “The fact that I’m able to book a two-month stint off of the name I’ve established and the fan base that are wanting to see me all over the United States is amazing, not to mention being able to build with two up-and-coming talents like Whitney and Sincerely Collins. At this point in my career, touring is detrimental next to physical and digital sales along with strong social media presence,  so the fact that I’m able to succeed on my own along with my Black Gold Entertainment Family is a beautiful feeling.”

Kutt Calhoun left longtime recording home Strange Music in September 2014. He launched his Black Gold Entertainment and released the Kuttin Loose EP July 10, 2015. 

Now as the flagship artist of his own company, he’s seen the ups and downs of being a headlining act. 

“The upside is that you feel you’ve reached a status in your career to where you’re able to showcase at the end of an event where the fans mainly came for you in support of your music and their belief in what you do and stand for, which is an amazing feeling,” says Kutt Calhoun, who will be joined on “The Break For Gold Tour” by Whitney Peyton and Sincerely Collins. “Nonetheless, I’m going to rock the crowd whether it’s 20 or 2,000 people in the room.” 

Kutt Calhoun’s “The Break For Gold Tour” flyer and itinerary is as follows:

Kutt Calhoun The Break For Gold Tour Flyer

June 16th – Lubbock, TX – Jake’s

June 17th – Dallas, TX – Trees

June 18th – San Antonio, TX – Fitzgeralds

June 19th – Houston, TX – Scout Bar  

June 21st – Tulsa, OK – The Vanguard

June 22nd – Columbia, MO – Rose Music Hall 

June 23rd – Arlington Heights, IL – HOME Bar

June 24th – Appleton, WI – Xtra 920

June 25th – South Bend, IN – Cheers

June 26th – Cleveland, OH – Agora Theatre

June 27th – Louisville, KY – Hard Rock Cafe 

June 28th – Columbus, OH – Skully’s Music Diner

June 29th – Pittsburgh, PA – Smiling Moose

June 30th – Rochester, NY – Montage Music Hall

July 1st – Poughkeepsie, NY – The Chance

July 2nd – Worcester, MA  – The Palladium

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