21 Savage at Budweiser Stage

21 Savage Tickets

Budweiser Stage | Toronto, Ontario

The recently released album by 31-year-old British rapper and Grammy Award winner 21 SAVAGE, named "American Dream" landed at number one on the Billboard 200 and remained there for two weeks!

Keeping his fans on their toes, the renowned rapper announced that he will be going on his American Dream Tour! In May and June, the tour will take him to several places in the US and Canada.

Are you prepared for exciting news?! Here you go!

On Monday, May 27, 2024, 21 SAVAGE will be taking over the Budweiser Stage in Toronto, Ontario!

Fans everywhere are rushing to get hold of tickets to this concert!

A great night of rap music is ahead of you! It is anticipated that this tour will also sell out just like his tour with Drake last year.

He will be joined by fellow rappers J.I.D., Nardo Wick, and 21 Lil Harold.

Grab your tickets HERE before they’re gone!

21 Savage revealed that he will embark on his first solo headlining tour of North America in five years, beginning on May 1 at Vancouver's Rogers Arena. Thirty cities in the United States will be visited by "The American Dream Tour," including Los Angeles, Phoenix, Austin, Houston, Chicago, and Charlotte. It is anticipated to come to an end at Atlanta's Lakewood Amphitheater on June 15.

Along for the ride with 21 Savage will be supporting acts JID, Nardo Wick, and 21 Lil Harold.

The tour will take place months after Savage's January 12 release of American Dream. Young Thug, Travis Scott, Doja Cat, Mariah the Scientist, and others contributed to the 15-track album. In the meantime, beatmakers including London on da Track, Cardo, Metro Boomin, and Kid Hazel contributed to the production.

Savage performed "should've wore a bonnet" featuring Brent Faiyaz and the Summer Walker-assisted "prove it" from the body of work during "Saturday Night Live" on February 24. Notable cuts from the album included "redrum," "pop ur s**t," and "all of me."

The Billboard 200 chart was topped at No. 1 by "American Dream." It also sold 133,000 album-equivalent units in the United States during the third week of January 1, according to Luminate.

The popular rapped said, “I feel like [a documentary about my life could come out] one day. They would hate on it now, though, because they gon’ be like, ‘What the f**k [does] 21 Savage deserve a story for? [What did they make a] movie about him for? What he did?’ You know how they do.”

The Budweiser Stage

Because it is outside, the music venue is open from May until October every year. The amphitheater can hold over sixteen thousand people. 3,500 seats are available outside beneath the open sky, 7,000 seats are on the grass bowl, and 5,500 reserved seats are under the 60-foot-tall covered dome. The floor space (100 level) can accommodate 1,000 people without reservations. Season ticket holders can also reserve seats in the Club and VIP sections. The audience may view up close shots of the performers on stage thanks to the visual support system, which has two enormous video screens on either side of the stage.

21 Savage at Budweiser Stage

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