John Legend to Head Out on Bigger Love Tour Later This Summer
The Voice coach John Legend is going on tour later this year. The singer made the announcement about his Bigger Love Tour on Twitter Tuesday.
Legend previously had to postpone the tour, which coincided with his 2020 album, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The star posted a video message on social media announcing the tour and giving fans a preview of what to expect.
John Legend Announces Bigger Love Tour
“Hey, everybody. I’ve got some big news,” Legend tells fans in the video. “The Bigger Love Tour is finally, finally happening. I cannot wait to celebrate together with you after all this time that we’ve been apart.”
The video features clips from past concerts to give fans a taste of what they can experience if they buy tickets. Legend shared that he will also be hosting garden parties with rosé from his wine brand LVE, where fans can meet him before the show.
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The first stop on the Bigger Love Tour is Atlanta on September 1, 2021. There are dates running through September 25, in cities such as Nashville, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles. You can purchase tickets and VIP experiences on Legend’s website.
“We had to cancel a few dates,” Legend wrote on Twitter, “but we added a couple new stops & hope to return to more cities once it’s safe to gather!”
Legend Released His Album ‘Bigger Love’ Last Year
Legend released his seventh studio album, Bigger Love, in June 2020. It featured the singles “Conversations in the Dark,” “Wild,” and the title track “Bigger Love.” Earlier this year, the album won the Grammy for Best R&B Album.
In addition to going on tour in September, Legend will be returning as a coach on The Voice Season 21, set to premiere this fall on NBC. He’ll be joined by returning coaches Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson, as well as new coach Ariana Grande.