Grammy Award nominated R&B recording artist and songwriter Leon Bridges has announced his 2018 headline tour, Good Thing Tour. Leon, who is touring in support of his forthcoming sophomore album, Good Thing, out May 4 (pre-order here) via Columbia Records, will kick off his tour in his home state of Texas on June 9. The tour touches down in a slew of major cities across North America (please see all dates below) including Austin, Nashville and Los Angeles amongst many others. The tour will conclude in October with two shows at Radio City Music Hall.

Support comes from a variety of artists including Jon Batiste & Stay Human, Khruangbin and Masego.

Tickets in most markets go on sale Friday, March 30 with the exception of Atlanta which will go on sale at a later date. Fans can check with local box offices for availability and pricing as well as support act information. In the New York City area, Chase will hold an exclusive presale Friday, March 23 at 10am EST – Monday, March 26th at 10am EST for both Radio City Music Hall shows; limited tickets are available. Fans can also visit leonbridges.com for additional information as well as all Leon Bridges related news and information. Every ticket purchased online includes 1 CD copy of the forthcoming album Good Thing. Fans who redeem the album will also have the option to upgrade their CD to a standard LP edition.

Leon, a trained choreographer, has long been celebrated for his live show, which couples both his and his full scale band’s musicianship with his use of dance and motion. Since the release of his debut album, Leon has performed all over the globe, including at The White House for President Obama, The Library of Congress, The Museum of Modern Art and multiple major festivals. Intense demand to see the Leon’s live show has been triple fold since the announcement of his forthcoming album Good Thing, which releases globally on May 4. Listen to Leon Bridges new tracks “Bet Ain’t Worth the Hand” & “Bad Bad News” here.


6/9/18         Irving, TX                               The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory*
8/9/18         Morrison, CO                         Red Rock Amphitheatre ++
8/27/18       Raleigh, NC                           Red Hat Amphitheater +
8/28/18       Atlanta, GA                            Chastain Park Amphitheatre +
8/29/18       Nashville, TN                         Ascend Amphitheater +
8/31/18       New Braunfels, TX                Whitewater Amphitheatre +
9/1/18         Austin, TX                              ACL Live at The Moody Theater +
9/2/18         Austin, TX                              ACL Live at The Moody Theater +
9/4/18         Phoenix, AZ                           Comerica Theatre +
9/5/18         San Diego, CA                      Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre +
9/7/18         Berkeley, CA                         Greek Theatre +
9/8/18         Las Vegas, NV                      The Pearl Concert Theater +
9/11/18       Los Angeles, CA                    Greek Theatre #
9/12/18       Santa Barbara, CA                Santa Barbara Bowl #
9/14/18       Seattle, WA                           WaMu Theater #
9/15/18       Troutdale, OR                        Edgefield #
9/16/18       British Columbia, Canada     PNE Amphitheater #
9/18/18       Missoula, MT                         Big Sky Brewing Company #
9/20/18       St. Paul, MN                          Palace Theatre #
9/23/18       Milwaukee, WI                       BMO Harris Pavilion #
9/24/18       Chicago, IL                            Aragon Ballroom #
9/25/18       Detroit, MI                              Fox Theatre #
9/27/18       Toronto, Ontario                    RBC Echo Beach #
9/28/18       Montreal, Quebec                 Place des Arts #
9/30/18       Philadelphia, PA                    The Fillmore #
10/3/18       Washington, DC                    The Anthem #
10/4/18       Boston, MA                            Agganis Arena #
10/5/18       New York, NY                       Radio City Music Hall #
10/6/18       New York, NY                       Radio City Music Hall #

*with Jon Batiste and Stay Human
++ with Masego and Khruangbin
+ with Masego only
# with Khruangbin only

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