On the heels of a sizable run with Big K.R.I.T. and special guest Domani Harris, the Grammy Award-nominated MC has announced yet another tour dubbed A Black Woman Created This Tour.
She made the announcement on Wednesday (December 4) with an Instagram video.
“A BLACK WOMAN CREATED THIS TOUR,” the caption reads. “All dates. Can’t wait to see you. Link to tix in bio.”
Kicking off on February 4, 2020 in Philadelphia, the tour boasts 25 dates all across North America. It wraps up on March 13 in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Despite the critical acclaim EVE received from countless publications, including a perfect 5.0 rating from HipHopDX, the 16-track project was snubbed by the Grammy Awards.
Rap expressed she was “frustrated…beyond” by the perceived oversight in an Instagram post earlier this month.
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Thank you for the LOVE you award me. I see you. The ones who lend me your ear, words, support. Every time. I rarely, if ever, show my cards or that I’m human when it comes to my music career. Feel like opening up some today, tho. Today…..disappointed. Yes. Frustrated…beyond. But, you have to tell yourself the good fight is never an easy one. And the people that are the faces of the purpose behind your art are what makes creating not empty: with awards. nominations, or none at all. Not to hold you, the acknowledgment for your craft indeed feels amazing!! I haven’t been nominated for much but what I have I’m thankful for. There’s so much power and weight in numbers, nominations and awards….we artist know what that does for our exposure; and for the many, validation. And you want people to continue to discover and play and be inspired by the music. That’s what I get excited about anyway. But, hey….we keep on creating. @freddiegibbs …you put out one of the best albums….to everyone nominated for anything congratulations….to all artist who create….keep the microphone, pens, visuals, instruments lit. Art is too important not to share. Mad love. ♥️
But, as they say, the show must go on.
Check out the tour dates below and cop tickets here.
FEB 04 Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore Philadelphia
FEB 05 Washington, DC Fillmore
FEB 06 Brooklyn, NY Elsewhere Hall
FEB 07 Boston, MA The Sinclair
FEB 09 New Haven, CT Toad’s Place
FEB 11 Burlington, VT Club Metronome
FEB 12 Montreal, CANADA Belmont
FEB 13 Toronto, CANADA Toybox
FEB 14 Detroit, MI Magic Stick
FEB 16 Cleveland, OH Grog Shop
FEB 17 Columbus, OH Skully’s Music Diner
FEB 19 Chicago, IL Bottom Lounge
FEB 20 Lawrence, KS Granada Theater
FEB 22 Denver, CO Marquis Theater
FEB 23 Boulder, CO The Fox Theatre
FEB 25 Vancouver, CANADA Fortune
FEB 26 Seattle, WA The Crocodile Back Bar
FEB 27 Portland, OR Star Theatre
MAR 02 Oakland, CA The New Parish
MAR 03 Los Angeles, CA El Rey Theatre
MAR 07 Dallas, TX Trees
MAR 09 Houston, TX Bronze Peacock- House of Blues
MAR 11 Atlanta, GA Masquerade Hell
MAR 12 Charlotte, NC Amos’ Southend
MAR 13 Raleigh, NC Lincoln Theatre