Following a career defining Grammy night this month, Chance the Rapper announced a national tour this week, and Sacramento will be among one of the first city’s to experience it as the tour makes its stop at the Golden 1 Center on April 27.
As an independent artist from Chicago, Chance has been making waves in the music industry, setting records and welcoming new fans along the way since his debut in 2012. He has steadily climbed to the top by treating his music as a gift and message of positive manifestations, literally providing his entire discography to the public for free. Now, with three Grammy wins, including “Best Rap Performance,” Chance is getting back the credit and praise he deserves.
Throughout the years, Sacramento has been a modest stop on his tours and fans in the capital city have always shown full support. Coming from his first sold-out show at the Assembly Music Hall in 2013 to being a fan favorite at TBD Fest in 2015 and now, a sold-out Golden 1 Center, Chance’s story in Sacramento echoes throughout the nation.
While the show may be sold out at the moment, Chance has made promises himself to purchase back tickets from scalpers and make them available on his website.