Budweiser Stage | previously Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
The king is back on the road, and this time Davido is pulling out all the stops as he brings his new 2 week tour stateside, making it his longest trek this side of the world. The tour will be called “Timeless,” which is in aid of his brand new album of the same name. His ability to draw in huge crowds is unparalleled, and his bag full of afrobeat inspired hits is sure to make the whole thing a massive success. You can expect an energetic atmosphere where fans go bonkers for their favorite hits, mouthing every single lyric to every single song that comes on. There will be nothing else like it this year, so be sure to act fast and reserve your spot as all the fans are already purchasing the limited number of available tickets. You can do that right HERE and NOW by scrolling up and clicking the “GET TICKETS” button.
You only get two weeks to enjoy Davido as he brings his brand new tour to the States. This part of the trek will make a stop at the Toyota Center on Friday, July 7, 2023, and you must secure your spot now to avoid missing as his legions of devoted followers are already buying up all the remaining tickets.
Davido has to be one of the best entertainment exports that Africa has given the world. Taking advantage of a genre of music called Afrobeat, Davido burst onto the scene in 2012 with his debut album, Omo Baba Olowo, which featured the smash hit single Dami Duro. That single really pushed the genre to international fame, gave Davido the platform to bring his talents to international audiences, and became THE dancefloor filler at parties everywhere.
From 2012 to 2019, he signed major deals with Sony and RCA, started his own record label, Davido Music Worldwide, had a slew of talented artists on his roster, and really paved the way for the genre. He released massive singles like “Fia,” “If,” and “Fall,” which became smash hits and broke records. All of this really opened the doors for the genre in North America, and by 2019, he had given the world his second studio album, “A Good Time,” and followed it up with 2020's “A Better Time,” his third album.
Davido has done it all, from selling out the O2 arena twice to having FIFA, the world soccer organization, handpick the superstar to create and lead the 2022 World Cup's Hayya Hayya soundtrack and close its ceremony, seen by a quarter of a billion people around the globe. There is no stopping him now, and with a new tour on the horizon, you know it's going to be massive.
His 2023 album features 17 awesome Amapiano tracks. It has already been making waves, getting over 133 million streams in its first week of release. His three singles from the album are already doing wonders on the Billboard Afrobeat chart, with “Unavailable” debuting at number 2, “Over Dem,” at number 10, and “Feel” at number 11.