Memphis artist, established entrepreneur, and Bread Gang Entertainment CEO, Moneybagg Yo, announces his long-awaited US “Larger Than Life” tour. The 23-date run kicks off this August in Orlando before he heads to major cities such as Atlanta at the award-winning State Farm Arena on Friday, August 4New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Houston, before wrapping up in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee. Fans can expect Bagg to perform a plethora of his catalog including his No. 1 hits that topped the radio charts including, “Said Sum,” “Time Today,” “Wockesha,” and “Scorpio.” Tickets are available to the public on Tuesday, June 13th at 10am Local time at (Houston available at See below for full list of tour dates. 

The tour announcement arrives fresh on the heels of the release of his deeply personal mixtape, Hard To Love, which reached No. 1 on Apple Music’s Top Albums chart and debuted Top of Spotify’s US & Global Album Debut Chart. The mixtape, Bagg’s first since 2021’s A Gangsta’s Pain, was preceded by a lengthy letter posted to his Instagram account. That sort of to-the-bone honesty is the defining feature of Hard To Love. The project includes “Quickie,” “Motion God,” “On Wat U On,” his acclaimed collaboration with label mate, GloRilla, “Ocean Spray,” as well as “Keep It Low,” his breakneck collaboration with Future, and additional collaborations with Fridayy, Bagg’s signee, YTB FATTShott Off, and Lil Durk.

Prior to Hard To Love, Moneybagg Yo shared his chart-topping album, A Gangsta’s Pain, which was the fourth highest-selling rap album of 2021.  The RIAA-certified Platinum album was listed as “Best Albums of 2021” by The New York TimesBillboard, Complex, XXL, Uproxx, and more. Soon after he shared a collaboration with Yo GottiMozzy, and Lil Poppa titled, “Big League,” which was chosen as the official song of the 2022 NBA Finals and can be found on the CMG compilation Gangsta Art.   

In just a few short years, Moneybagg Yo has cemented himself as one of the most irresistible voices in the club and on the streets. He developed his label, Bread Gang Entertainment, his artist BIG30 (NLess Entertainment) was tapped as part of XXL’s latest Freshman Class, and his business endeavors extend to the restaurant industry in 2023, recently opening Cache 42 Kitchen and Cocktails in his hometown. The rapper has also been nominated for a GRAMMY Award, Billboard Music Award, and iHeartRadio Award and collaborated with A-list stars like Kanye West2 Chainz, and YG. With Hard to Love, he adds another riveting chapter to his stellar discography. 


Aug 03   Orlando FL

Aug 04     Atlanta, GA        State Farm Arena

Aug 06   Charlotte, NC

Aug 08 New York, NY ***

Aug 10   Philadelphia, PA

Aug 11   Washington, DC

Aug 13   Nashville, TN

Aug 17   Indianapolis, IN

Aug 18   Cincinnati, Oh

Aug 19   Chicago, IL

Aug 24   Cleveland, OH ***

Aug 25   St. Louis, MO

Aug 27   Milwaukee, WI

Aug 29   Denver, CO

Sept 01 Los Angeles, CA ***

Sept 02 Las Vegas, NV ***

Sept 07 Birmingham, AL

Sept 09 Ft. Worth, TX

Sept 10 Houston, TX

Sept 12 Seattle, WA ***

Sept 14 Oakland, CA ***
Sept 16 Richmond, VA

Sept 30 Memphis, TN

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