Marsha Ambrosius & Eric Benét Are Going On Tour Together

Share
Tweet
Whatsapp
Copy link
Email
RSS

Marsha Ambrosius and Eric Benét Hits The Road For ‘The M.E. Tour’

Marsha Ambrosius and Eric Benét are coming to a city near you! The two powerhouse singers have linked up to embark on a joint tour, set to hit the road this spring. ‘The M.E. Tour’ will kick off in Detroit, Michigan at Sound Board, on March 30th, making its last four-night stop in San Francisco, California on June 4th – June 8th. Hitting some of North America’s major concert markets–such as Atlanta, New York, Philadelphia, and New Orleans, a total of thirty-three cities will be visited during the tour’s run.

Though Ambrosius just gave birth to a beautiful baby girl, Nyla–less than two months ago, the English songbird is now ready to take on the world again. In recent months, she announced that her third studio album had been completed. We’re hoping to get more details on her forthcoming album soon.


Eric Benét released a self-titled project in October of last year.
 Benét’s project serves as his seventh studio album and features songs with Tamia and even MC Lyte.


Will you be attending ‘The M.E. Tour’?

See the Marsha Ambrosius and Eric Benét tour dates below:

March 30th – Sound Board (Detroit, Michigan)
March 31st – Hard Rock Live (Northfield, Ohio)
April 2nd – Kalamazoo State Theatre (Kalamazoo, Michigan)
April 6th – Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre (Atlanta, Georgia)
April 7th – The Ritz (Raleigh, North Carolina)
April 9th – The Fillmore (Charlotte, North Carolina)
April 12th – House of Blues (Houston, Texas)
April 13th – House of Blues (New Orleans, Louisiana)
April 14th – Verizon Theatre (Grand Prairie, Texas)
April 15th – Cannon Center for the Performing Arts (Memphis, Tennessee)
April 20th – Ferguson Hall (Tampa, Florida)
April 21st – The Fillmore (Miami, Florida)
April 23rd – House of Blues (Orlando, Florida)
April 26th – The Florida Theatre (Jacksonville, Florida)
April 27th – Cone Denim Entertainment Center (Greensboro, North Carolina)
April 28th – The National (Richmond, Virginia)
April 30th – The NorVa (Norfolk, Virginia)
May 2nd – B.B. King Blues Club & Grill (New York, New York)
May 3rd – B.B. King Blues Club & Grill (New York, New York)
May 4th – Keswick Theatre (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
May 5th – Rams Head Live! (Baltimore, Maryland)
May 6th – The Howard Theatre (Washington, DC)
May 9th – The Howard Theatre (Washington, DC)
May 12th – Murat Theatre at Old National Centre (Indianapolis, Indiana)
May 14th – The Metro (Chicago, Illinois)
May 18th – State Theatre (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
May 19th – Uptown Theater (Kansas City, Missouri)
May 23rd – House of Blues (Anaheim, California)
May 24th – TBA (Phoenix, Arizona)
May 25th – House of Blues (Las Vegas, Nevada)
May 26th – The Wiltern (Los Angeles, California)
May 27th – House of Blues (San Diego, California)
June 1st – Moore Theatre (Seattle, Washington)
June 3rd – Crest Theatre (Sacramento, California)
June 4th – Yoshi’s (San Francisco, California)
June 6th – Yoshi’s (San Francisco, California)
June 7th – Yoshi’s (San Francisco, California)
June 8th – Yoshi’s (San Francisco, California)

Tickets available here: http://bit.ly/2lDkzla


Readers Also Liked:

Mothers Day Good Music FestivalAnthony Hamilton, Tyrese & Brandy Headline Mother’s Day Good Music Fest In Brooklyn

Listen To The First Two Singles Off The Faith Evans & B.I.G. -Duet Album

Rapper Jim Jones Ends Beef With Jay Z, Signs To Roc Nation


Share
Tweet
Whatsapp
Copy link
Email
RSS