Gunna Taps Flo Milli As Opening Act For “Bittersweet” Tour

Flo Milli, a talented rapper from Alabama, has been gaining attention for her unique rhymes and provocative lyrics for the past few years. However, it wasn’t until recently that she gained mainstream recognition for her talent. Notably, she showcased her skills during the 2023 Hip-Hop 50 celebrations, where she put her spin on classic tracks from legendary artists such as Kelis, Snoop Dogg, and Too Short. The success of her latest single, “Never Lose Me,” and its subsequent Bryson Tiller remix have brought her more attention than ever before. As a result, she will be touring across North America with Gunna this spring. Gunna, a fellow rapper signed to YSL Records, announced the tour on Instagram on Feb 20, 2023. The tour will include 16 dates throughout North America, with Flo Milli opening for Gunna.

Gunna Taps Flo Milli As Opening Act For &Quot;Bittersweet&Quot; Tour, Yours Truly, News, April 21, 2024

The tour will begin on May 4 in Columbus, Ohio, and will make stops in various other major cities such as Detroit, Chicago, Denver, and Seattle. One interesting aspect of the tour is that there are currently no Canadian dates on the lineup, despite being branded as a North American venture. However, the tour promises to bring excitement and entertainment to all the cities it will visit. After the Roots Picnic Festival in Philadelphia, Gunna will wrap up his tour with Flo Milli in Atlanta, Georgia, on Jun 11, 2023, at State Farm Arena. Fans of the two artists will undoubtedly be thrilled to see them perform together on stage, making this tour an exciting event for all hip-hop fans across North America. The pre-sale seats for the tour are already available, and regular tickets will be accessible online starting Feb 23, 2023.

Bittersweet Tour Dates:

** Festival date without Flo Milli

May 4: Columbus, OH — Schottenstein Center

May 6: Detroit, MI — Fox Theatre

May 8: Chicago, IL — Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom

May 10: Minneapolis, MN The Armory

May 12: Denver, CO — Fillmore Auditorium

May 16: Seattle, WA — WAMU Theater

May 18: San Francisco, CA — Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

May 21: Phoenix, AZ — Arizona Financial Theatre

May 24: Irving, TX — The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

May 25: Houston, TX — 713 Music Hall

May 28: Nashville, TN — Nashville Municipal Auditorium

May 29: Charlotte, NC — Bojangles’ Coliseum

Jun 1: Boston, MA — MGM Music Hall at Fenway

Jun 2: Philadelphia, PA, Roots Picnic Festival**

Jun 6: Miami, FL — Kaseya Center

Jun 9: Orlando, FL — Kia Center

Jun 11: Atlanta, GA — State Farm Arena

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