When we think of artists making huge waves in the world of hip hop, we look no further than this team: Logic has teamed up with NF and KYLE for one of hip hop’s biggest tours of the summer. The tour is called the Bobby Tarantino vs. Everybody, a play on the title of Logic’s latest album Bobby Tarantino II, which was released in March, and his last album Everybody which skyrocketed the rapper to fame thanks to the global hit advocating for suicide awareness “1-800-273-8255.”
This tour is Logic’s first return to St. Louis after joining G-Eazy’s Endless Summer Tour 2016, where he opened for the “Me, Myself, and I” rapper on the same stage. Then deemed “underrated” by various news outlets, Logic has made himself a household name over the course of the last two years.
NF, after the major success of his last full-length studio release titled Perception, is returning to St. Louis on a much bigger stage than his last appearance on his Perception Tour at The Pageant last February.
KYLE, the iSpy rapper, was last in St. Louis at Fair St. Louis 2017 at Forest Park where he played for an audience of over 50,000 attendees.
With its eclectic lineup and set lists full of current top 40 hits, the tour stops in St. Louis at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre on August 3rd. Tickets are still available through Live Nation and range in price from $18.50 – $104.50.