Gucci Mane Just Announced the First Tour of His Career (See Dates)

Gucci Mane Tour Dates Announced
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Gucci Mane Tour Dates Announced
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Turns out that Gucci Mane has never done a full-blown tour.  Now, that’s all about to change.

Gucci Mane has been crushing live performances for years.  But he’s never done a full-blown, multi-date headlining tour.  But that all changes with the upcoming Trap God Tour, which kicks off April 5th in Boston.

Incidentally, the tour also includes two back-to-back weekend dates at Coachella. It also wraps a pair of dates at the JMBLYA festival in Texas.  And the Trap God Tour will hit a number of mega-cities in the US.  After Boston, Gucci Mane is planning to rap for serious crowds in New York, Chicago, Detroit, DC, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Portland, and Miami.

Here are the complete Trap God Tour dates:


5 — Boston, MA (House of Blues)
6 — Wallingford, CT (Oakdale Theatre)
9 — New York, NY (Terminal 5)
12 — Chicago, IL (Chicago Theatre)
13 — Milwaukee, WI (Eagles Ballroom)
14 — Detroit, MI (The Fox Theatre
15 — Indio, CA (Coachella Weekend 1)
16 — Santa Ana, CA (The Observatory)
17 — San Francisco, CA (The Warfield)
18 — Portland, OR (Theatre of the Clouds)
20 — Denver, CO (Ogden Theatre)
22 — Indio, CA (Coachella Weekend 2)
24 — Columbus, OH (Express Live)
25 — Philadelphia, PA (Liacouras Center)
26 — Pittsburgh, PS (Stage AE)
27 — Washington, DC (Echostage)


2 — Miami, FL (Fillmore Miami Beach)
5 — Dallas, TX (JMBLYA Festival)
6 — Austin, TX (JMBLYA Festival)

Gucci Mane completed a two-year prison sentence last year.  But unlike most ex-prisoners, the rapper had a lucrative job waiting for him on the outside.  That is, a multi-million dollar record deal with Atlantic Records (WMG).  Just one day after his release, Gucci Mane delivered the appropriately titled track, “First Day Out Tha Feds.”

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But Mane admits that he’s a far better recording artist than live performer.  That is part of the reason for the upcoming Trap God Tour, hopefully the first of several big treks for the artist.