R&B and soul singer Trey Songz this week unveiled plans for a headlining tour to end the summer.
With support from fellow singer Monica, Songz will visit at least two dozen U.S. markets during the Passion, Pain & Pleasure Tour. The late season trek opens August 6 at the Municipal Auditorium in Shreveport, LA, and continues through mid-September when the vocalists will perform a pair of two-night stands that span the nation.
The end-of-tour routing sets Songz on-stage September 11-12 at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, CA, before hopping coasts for a September 16-17 block at Beacon Theatre in New York, NY.
Songz’s itinerary also includes performances on August 13 at Fox Theatre in Atlanta, GA; August 25 at Tower Theatre in Upper Darby, PA; and September 4 at DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, DC.
Ticketing details have not been released by Songz and Monica, but a single listing for their August 27 show in Baltimore is presently on Ticketmaster.com. Public onsales for that performance begin June 18, and ticket prices range from $45 to $60.
“The Passion, Pain & Pleasure Tour is not just another show; it will be an up close and personal experience for everyone,” Songz said in a statement on his official Web site. “Come see me perform your favorite songs live and hear new music from my upcoming album, ‘Passion, Pain & Pleasure,’ for the first time.”
Monica added to the statement, “I am ecstatic to be a part of a real R&B tour. Trey and I are dedicated to making sure that each night is an experience that is fulfilling to the heart and soul.”
Trey Songz itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)
|August 6||Shreveport, LA||Municipal Auditorium of Shreveport|
|August 7||Grand Prairie, TX||Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie|
|August 8||Kansas City, MO||The Midland by AMC|
|August 12||Savannah, GA||Johnny Mercer Theatre|
|August 13||Atlanta, GA||Fox Theatre|
|August 14||Birmingham, AL||BJCC Concert Hall|
|August 15||Memphis, TN||Orpheum Theatre|
|August 19||Louisville, KY||Louisville Palace Theatre|
|August 20||St. Louis, MO||Fabulous Fox Theatre|
|August 21||Milwaukee, WI||Milwaukee Theatre|
|August 22||Indianapolis, IN||Murat Theatre|
|August 25||Upper Darby, PA||Tower Theatre|
|August 26||Cleveland, OH||State Theatre|
|August 27||Baltimore, MD||Pier Six Pavilion|
|August 28||Portsmouth, VA||nTelos Wireless Pavilion|
|August 29||Richmond, VA||Landmark Theater|
|September 2||Cincinnati, OH||Aronoff Center for the Arts|
|September 3||Greensboro, NC||War Memorial Auditorium|
|September 4||Washington, DC||DAR Constitution Hall|
|September 5||Mashantucket, CT||MGM Grand at Foxwoods|
|September 9||San Francisco, CA||Warfield Theatre|
|September 10||Las Vegas, NV||Pearl Concert Theater|
|September 11 – 12||Los Angeles, CA||Club Nokia|
|September 16 – 17||New York, NY||Beacon Theatre|