The last weekend of the year is typically pretty slow for concert announcements and this year is no exception. While it's not the heaviest week in terms of numbers, there are some gems heading this way.
- R&B singer SoMo has announced a sizable spring 2019 tour across North America behind his brand new album A Beautiful November. The Phases Tour kicks off March 29 and will stop at Canton Hall on May 11. Tickets are on sale Dec. 28 at ticketfly.com.
- Atlanta-based rapper Trippie Redd is heading out in early 2019 to tour behind his lauded debut album, Life's A Trip. Though his star has steadily been rising, Redd's name grew in stature as he recently joined up for portions of Travis Scott's recent tour. He'll play House of Blues on Feb. 20. Tickets are on sale Dec. 28 at livenation.com.
- DJ/producer Com Truise has announced an extensive spring 2019 tour across North America behind his latest album Iteration. The 25-city journey kicks off March 21 and will roll into Dallas for a performance on April 21 at Trees. Tickets are on sale Dec. 28 at ticketfly.com.
- As local favorite Jonathan Tyler prepares to head up the New Year's Eve festivities at The Granada Theater, he's also booked another area date. On Feb. 8, he'll perform at Dan's Silverleaf in Denton. Tickets are on sale Dec. 28 at prekindle.com.
Jesse, formerly known as Jesse Rutherford, has been best known for his role as a founding member of The Neighbourhood. He's on the scene now as a solo act and will tour extensively behind his debut album for much of 2019. He'll play Club Dada on April 16. Tickets are on sale Dec. 28 at eventbrite.com.
BJ Barham, lead singer of American Aquarium, will be back in town for a solo performance at The Kessler Theater on Feb. 14. The North Carolina native is popular around the area and will surely bring a devoted crowd for this show. Tickets are on sale Dec. 28 at prekindle.com.
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