Usher to Follow 2024 Super Bowl Halftime Show With North American Tour

Usher, photo by Bellamy Brewster

On Sunday, February 11, Usher will deliver the halftime show at Super Bowl LVIII. Ahead of the performance, he’s announced a North American tour. The Past Present Future Tour begins in August. See Usher’s tour dates below.

Usher is releasing his new album, Coming Home, on February 9. The R&B singer has previewed his 20-track full-length with “Good Good,” “Standing Next to You (Usher Remix),” “Risk It All (From the Original Motion Picture ‘The Color Purple’),” and “Ruin.” The new album follows 2016’s Hard to Love and the 2018 Zaytoven collaboration A”.

Usher: Past Present Future Tour

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08-20 Washington, D.C. - Capital One Arena
08-24 Baltimore, MD - CFG Bank Arena
08-27 Boston, MA - TD Garden
08-30 Philadelphia, PA - Wells Fargo Center
09-02 Toronto, Ontario - Scotiabank Arena
09-03 Toronto, Ontario - Scotiabank Arena
09-06 Brooklyn, NY - Barclays Center
09-07 Brooklyn, NY - Barclays Center
09-12 Detroit, MI - Little Caesars Arena
09-17 Denver, CO - Ball Arena
09-21 Inglewood, CA - Intuit Dome
09-22 Inglewood, CA - Intuit Dome
09-28 Oakland, CA - Oakland Arena
09-29 Oakland, CA - Oakland Arena
10-03 Dallas, TX - American Airlines Center
10-04 Dallas, TX - American Airlines Center
10-07 Austin, TX - Moody Center
10-11 Miami, FL - Kaseya Center
10-12 Miami, FL - Kaseya Center
10-17 Atlanta, GA - State Farm Arena
10-18 Atlanta, GA - State Farm Arena
10-22 Charlotte, NC - Spectrum Center
10-26 St. Louis, MO - Enterprise Center
10-28 Chicago, IL - United Center
10-29 Chicago, IL - United Center
11-02 Minneapolis, MN - Target Center
11-07 Vancouver, British Columbia - Rogers Arena
11-10 Seattle, WA - Climate Pledge Arena
11-15 Las Vegas, NV - T-Mobile Arena
11-18 Anaheim, CA - Honda Center
11-23 Phoenix, AZ - Footprint Center
11-27 Houston, TX - Toyota Center

Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we revisit Usher’s 2004 album, a jam-packed icon of R&B and one of the most flawless executions of mythmaking in pop.

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