Bryson Tiller Tickets At A Premium After Exploding Onto The Scene

Bryson Tiller Tickets

Newcomer Bryson Tiller’s arrival to the hip-hop scene seemingly came out of nowhere, and he is definitely here to stay. The 23 year old from Louisille, Kentucky effortlessly blends rap, R&B, and soul. The product is an evolutionary genre first explored by artists such as T-pain, Drake, and Kanye West. Tiller received early co-signs from Timbaland and Drake, and flirted signing with OVO before ultimately choosing to ink a better deal with RCA. Currently on tour, Bryson Tiller tickets have been in extremely high demand.

Tiller first received substantial Internet attention after releasing his debut album “T R A P S O U L” in early October. His breakout single “Don’t” was originally posted to his Soundcloud in late 2014, and currently has 36 million plays. The accompanying video has 66 million views on YouTube. Once the album was released, Tiller announced a supporting tour with dates spanning the United States and Europe. The T R A P S O U L Tour kicked off late January in Portland and will run through April.

Bryson Tiller Tickets

Byrson Tiller’s debut album T R A P S O U L was released on October 2, 2015

After selling out two nights at New York’s Webster Hall, a Radio City Music Hall date was added on to the end of the tour. After that too sold-out, a second night was added due to overwhelming demand. When asked about playing such an iconic venue as Radio City on Hot 97’s “Ebro In The Morning” the other day, Tiller revealed “Last year was my first time ever going to a show so I don’t know how big of a deal it is to sell out Radio City…but my manager tells me all the time that it’s like a big deal for a new artist”. His manager is absolutely right. An artist playing Radio City, let alone selling it out with only one album under their belt is virtually unheard of, and a feat Tiller should be extremely proud of.

Getting extremely hot so quickly has come at a cost for Bryson Tiller fans. All but one date on his tour is sold-out, and Bryson Tiller tickets on the secondary market have not been cheap. Tickets for Tiller’s recent Webster Hall shows saw an average price of $126.


Remaining U.S. tour dates below:

2/25 – Boston, MA

2/26 – Philadelphia, PA

2/27 – Wallingford, CT

2/29 – Toronto, ON

3/1 – Detroit, MI

3/2 – Cleveland, OH

3/4 – Chicago, IL

3/5 – Milwaukee, WI

3/6 – Minneapolis, MN

3/8 – St. Louis, MO

3/9 – Memphis, TN

3/10 – Nashville, TN

3/12 – Louisville, KY