Usher Tickets 2024 – “Past Present Future” U.S. tour

R&B superstar Usher has announced his upcoming “Past Present Future” 2024 U.S. tour, which will kick off on August 20 in Washington, D.C. at the Capital One Arena and conclude with two shows in Chicago on October 28-29 at the United Center. Tickets for Usher concerts available for sale at TicketsTeam.

Complete “Past Present Future” Tour Schedule

Date Venue City
08/20 Capital One Arena Washington, DC
08/21 Capital One Arena Washington, DC
08/23 CFG Bank Arena Baltimore, MD
08/24 CFG Bank Arena Baltimore, MD
08/27 TD Garden Boston, MA
08/28 TD Garden Boston, MA
08/30 Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, PA
08/31 Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, PA
09/02 Scotiabank Arena Toronto, ON
09/03 Scotiabank Arena Toronto, ON
09/06 Barclays Center Brooklyn, NY
09/07 Barclays Center Brooklyn, NY
09/09 Barclays Center Brooklyn, NY
09/10 Barclays Center Brooklyn, NY
09/12 Little Caesars Arena Detroit, MI
09/13 Little Caesars Arena Detroit, MI
09/17 Ball Arena Denver, CO
09/18 Ball Arena Denver, CO
09/21 Intuit Dome Los Angeles, CA
09/22 Intuit Dome Los Angeles, CA
09/24 Intuit Dome Los Angeles, CA
09/25 Intuit Dome Los Angeles, CA
09/28 Oakland Arena Oakland, CA
09/29 Oakland Arena Oakland, CA
10/04 American Airlines Center Dallas, TX
10/05 American Airlines Center Dallas, TX
10/07 Moody Center ATX Austin, TX
10/08 Moody Center ATX Austin, TX
10/11 Kaseya Center Miami, FL
10/12 Kaseya Center Miami, FL
10/17 State Farm Arena Atlanta, GA
10/18 State Farm Arena Atlanta, GA
10/20 State Farm Arena Atlanta, GA
10/22 Spectrum Center Charlotte, NC
10/23 Spectrum Center Charlotte, NC
10/25 Enterprise Center St. Louis, MO
10/26 Enterprise Center St. Louis, MO
10/28 United Center Chicago, IL
10/29 United Center Chicago, IL
10/31 United Center Chicago, IL

Ticket Information

Tickets for the “Past Present Future” tour will be available starting with a Citi cardmember presale on February 7 at 10am local time through the Citi Entertainment program.

Verizon Up users will also have access to presale tickets starting February 7 at 10am.

Fans can sign up for presale access starting February 9 at 10am on Usher’s website.

General public on-sale begins Monday, February 12 at 10am local time via

Ticket prices have not yet been announced, but will likely vary by venue and city. Check ticket sellers like Vivid Seats for the latest pricing and availability.

What to Expect

New Music from “Coming Home” Album

Usher will be performing songs from his highly anticipated 9th studio album “Coming Home”, set to release on February 9, 2024, just before the tour kicks off. Expect to hear the lead singles from the new album, which will showcase Usher’s evolved sound while still delivering his signature R&B style that fans love.

The album is said to be a deeply personal project for Usher, reflecting on his life journey and growth over the past few years.

Greatest Hits Spanning His Iconic Career

In addition to fresh material, Usher will perform his classic hits that have defined his over two-decade career and made him a global superstar. Fans will get to sing along to smash singles like “Yeah!”, “Burn”, “Confessions Part II”, “My Boo”, “Love in this Club”, “OMG”, “DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love”, and many more.

With a catalog of 8 studio albums and numerous #1 singles, the show will be a celebration of Usher’s unparalleled success in the music industry.

Electrifying Performances with Live Band & Dancers

Usher is known for his show-stopping live performances that feature his incredible vocals, smooth choreography, and undeniable charisma. Expect high-energy, electrifying production with Usher’s live band and talented squad of dancers. His impressive dance skills will be on full display, along with his impeccable fashion style and magnetic stage presence.

Potential Special Guests & Surprises

With a career full of star-studded collaborations, there could be potential surprises and special guests joining Usher on stage.

Past tours have included appearances from the likes of Chris Brown, August Alsina, and DJ Cassidy.

The unpredictable nature of Usher’s shows will keep fans on their toes, not knowing what memorable moments each night may bring.

Usher’s Engaging Audience Interactions

Known for his charming personality, Usher makes it a point to engage with the audience and make each show feel intimate, despite the arena-sized crowds. Expect Usher to interact with the crowd, pull lucky fans on stage, and create an up-close and personal vibe.

His undeniable connection with his fans is sure to be felt at every tour stop.

With all these exciting elements, Usher’s “Past Present Future” tour is shaping up to be the can’t-miss R&B event of 2024. The combination of new music, classic hits, and Usher’s unmatched showmanship will make for an unforgettable concert experience for his loyal fans.

Don’t miss your chance to experience Usher live on his first official tour since 2014-2015’s “UR Experience” tour! Get your tickets for the “Past Present Future” 2024 tour starting February 12.

Usher Biography

Usher Raymond IV, known mononymously as Usher, is a Grammy-winning singer, songwriter, actor, and businessman who has become one of the most successful R&B artists of his generation.

Early Life and Musical Beginnings

Born on October 14, 1978, in Dallas, Texas, Usher grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee. At age 12, he moved with his family to Atlanta, Georgia, where he joined the church choir his mother directed. Usher performed in numerous talent competitions and scored well on the television show “Star Search,” which led to him signing with LaFace Records at age 14.

In 1994, at age 15, Usher began working on his self-titled debut album, co-produced by Sean “P. Diddy” Combs. The album featured his first gold record, “Think of You,” which became an international hit.

Rise to Stardom

Usher’s sophomore album, “My Way,” released in 1997, generated the hit “You Make Me Wanna,” which topped the R&B chart for 11 weeks and reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100. The album’s next singles, “Nice & Slow” and “My Way,” also went platinum, with “Nice & Slow” becoming his first number one pop hit.

His third album, “8701,” produced two number one hits on the Billboard Hot 100, “U Remind Me” and “U Got It Bad. “U Remind Me” also earned Usher his first Grammy Award.

Confessions and Superstardom

In 2004, Usher released his landmark album “Confessions,” which spawned the hugely popular hits “Yeah!” featuring Lil Jon and Ludacris, “Burn,” and “My Boo” with Alicia Keys. “Confessions” earned Usher three Grammy Awards and was certified Diamond, solidifying his status as a global superstar.

Subsequent albums like “Here I Stand” (2008), “Raymond v. Raymond” (2010), and “Looking 4 Myself” (2012) all topped the Billboard 200 and R&B/Hip-Hop charts, producing numerous hit singles and earning additional Grammys.

Acting and Business Ventures

In addition to his music career, Usher has also acted in films like “The Faculty” (1998), “Light It Up” (1999), and “Hands of Stone” (2016). He also served as a coach on the television singing competition “The Voice” in 2013 and 2019.

Usher’s business ventures include becoming a part-owner of the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers in 2005, founding a fragrance line, and heading the New Look Foundation, a charity that helps fund children in foster care and service programs.

Personal Life

Usher has four children: sons Usher “Cinco” V and Naviyd Ely with ex-wife Tameka Foster, and daughter Sovereign Bo and son Sire Castrello with girlfriend Jenn Goicoechea. In 2017, Usher faced legal issues related to allegations of transmitting herpes to sexual partners, which he denied.

Legacy and Influence

With a career spanning over two decades, Usher has sold over 75 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling music artists of all time. His smooth vocals, slick dance moves, and undeniable stage presence have influenced countless artists who have followed in his footsteps.

Usher’s impact extends beyond music, as he has used his platform to support various charitable causes and speak out on social issues like racial profiling and police brutality. As a multi-talented entertainer and philanthropist, Usher’s legacy as an R&B icon is firmly cemented.
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