Lil Durk Back On Road With The “7220” Tour
Written by dilemaradio on January 13, 2022
The Chicago rapper is ready to go on his own headline tour after accompanying Lil Baby on tour last year.
Durk stated in October that the duo had sold 250,000 tickets and made $15 million from the statewide tour.
Last November, Durk revealed 7220 on social media, but he has yet to provide any additional information, like a tracklist, features, or a release date.
Hosted by Live Nation, the “7220 Tour,” titled after Durk’s new album, takes up April 8 in Phoenix and will stop in L.A., Houston, Miami, Atlanta, and New York before heading across the country.
The 17-city tour concludes on May 2 in Durk’s hometown of Chicago at the United Center.
Durk is working on his second album, 7220, which is the address of his grandmother’s house, where he stayed with 15 members of his family, including his late brother DThang.
The news comes less than two months after Durk disclosed the title of his seventh studio album in an Instagram post. “7220 coming soon,”
The rapper vowed in an Instagram Story that the album will include “anthems and no skips.”
Below are the locations and dates for Durk’s 17-show tour.
— THE VOICE (@lildurk) January 12, 2022
Last year, the Chicago rapper kept busy with a slew of singles and collaborations, appearing on tracks by Kanye West, H.E.R., Summer Walker, and DJ Khaled, as well as releasing solo tunes with Kehlani including “Lion Eyes,” “Pissed Me Off,” and “Love You Too.”
Durk’s most recently duet with controversial country artist Morgan Wallen, “Broadway Girls,” is at No. 27 on the Billboard Hot 100.
7220 TOUR DATES
April 8 – Phoenix, AZ – Arizona Federal Theatre
April 9 – Los Angeles, CA – YouTube Theatre
April 10 – San Diego, CA – House of Blues
April 13 – Irving, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
April 15 – Houston, TX – Bayou Music Center
April 16 – New Orleans, LA – The Fillmore New Orleans
April 18 – Miami, FL – FPL Solar Amphitheater at Bayfront Park
April 19 – Jacksonville, FL – Daily’s Place
April 20 – Atlanta, GA – Coca-Cola Roxy
April 21 – Raleigh, NC – Red Hat Amphitheater
April 23 – Bridgeport, CT – Hartford Healthcare Amphitheater
April 24 – New York, NY – Manhattan Center Hammerstein Ballroom
April 26 – Pittsburgh, PA – UPMC Event Center
April 27 – Cincinnati, OH – Andrew J Brady Music Center
April 29 – St. Louis, MO – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
April 30 – Indianapolis, IN – TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park
May 2 – Chicago, IL – United Center