After the release of his highly anticipated album in 2017, The Beautiful & Damned, G-Eazy now sets out on his U.S. tour for the recently released album. G-Eazy saw his rise after the release of his sophomore album When It’s Dark Out, and became a multi-platinum artist after his single with Bebe Rexha “Me, Myself, and I” reached platinum status seven times. G-Eazy continues his success after The Beautiful & Damned debuted at #3 on Billboard’s Top 200 Charts. The two lead singles “Him & I” featuring Halsey, and “No Limits” featuring Cardi B and A$AP Rocky are both currently charting and have nearly 200 million streams on Spotify.

The 20 date U.S. Tour kicks off in Houston, Texas, and closes out in New York before G-Eazy takes the tour international and brings his show to Europe in May. Trippie Redd, Phora, and Anthony Russo will be supporting G-Eazy on the U.S. Tour. Eazy has additionally teased that for select dates his girlfriend, and duet partner on “Him and I”, Halsey, will be making an appearance.

The set will likely focus heavily on the 20 song, 74 minute long, The Beautiful & Damned and the tour will reflect the same themes of duality that the album explores. The album is a commentary on the lifestyle of a celebrity. In an interview with ABC Radio, G-Eazy explains how “...beautiful this life can be but also the dark side that comes with excess and overindulgence, and just trying to maintain a strong sense of self and identity and core in a kind of chaotic word.” It’s been a long road to the top for Eazy himself; the artist was originally a record producer until he took the plunge into his own music career and worked himself out of house parties and clubs before finally headlining festivals and international arenas. Eazy’s tour is planned intentionally to hold the New York and LA dates later in the tour to ensure fans don’t know what to expect early on. While little is known about The Beautiful & Damned Tour, fans of G-Eazy are familiar with the show and spectacle Eazy is capable of, and this tour is not one to miss.

Come out to his show at Seattle, Washington’s ShoWare Center on March 3, or find a show near you at one of his tour dates below:


Feb. 20 - Phoenix, AZ @ Comerica Theatre

Feb. 22 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern

Feb. 23 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern

Feb. 24 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Shrine

Feb. 25 - Las Vegas, NV @ Park Theater

Feb. 26 - Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory

Feb. 28 - San Francisco, CA @ Bill Graham

March 1 - Oakland, CA @ Fox Theatre

March 3 - Seattle, WA @ ShoWare Center

March 6 - Denver, CO @ First Bank

March 8 - Minneapolis, MN @ Roy Wilkins Auditorium

March 9 - Chicago, IL @ Aragon Ballroom

March 13 - Toronto, Canada @ Rebel

March 14 - Toronto, Canada @ Rebel

March 16 - Atlantic City, NJ @ Borgata

March 17 - Washington, DC @ DAR Constitution Hall

March 18 - Boston, MA @ Agganis

March 20 - New York, NY @ Radio City Music Hall