Diddy Announces Bad Boy Reunion Tour With Ma$e, Lil Kim, Faith Evans and More
Lil Kim, Ma$e, Faith Evans, the LOX, French Montana, Total, 112, Mario Winans and Carl Thomas are also slated to join the Bad Boy leader across the country. The crew will kick off the 25-city trek on Aug. 25 in Columbus, Ohio before heading off to Chicago, Detroit, Baltimore, Atlanta, Miami, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and more.
And of course there’s a stop in Diddy’s playground — New York City. Instead of hitting up Brooklyn’s Barclays Center (where a two-night event is already happening on May 20 and 21), the Bad Boy family will headline a big show at Madison Square Garden on Sept. 4.
“This isn’t just a concert – this is a moment in hip-hop and R&B history,” said Diddy in a statement. “The family and I are so excited to welcome fans into this once in a lifetime experience. This tour is 20 years in the making, and is a celebration of the hits and the Bad Boy lifestyle. The Bad Boy Family has set the standard for concert excellence, and this tour will be a testament to that!”
During the “One Night Only” event in Brooklyn, Diddy is bringing Jay Z, Mary J. Blige, Swizz Beatz and DMX as special guests as well. No word on whether or not they’ll be special guests on the tour but with Diddy’s wide set of “friends” we’re sure the audience will be in for a treat.
Tickets go on sale on Friday (May 20) via Live Nation for the general public while Citi cardmembers can snag tickets early from May 18 at 10AM to May 19 at 10PM. Check out the tour dates below.
Bad Boy Reunion Tour Dates
Aug. 25: Columbus, Ohio | Schottenstein Center
Aug. 26: Cincinnati, Ohio | U.S. Bank Arena
Aug. 27: Chicago, Ill. | United Center
Aug. 31: Kansas City, Mo. | Sprint Center
Sept. 2: Detroit, Mich. | The Palace of Auburn Hills
Sept. 3: Baltimore, Md. | Royal Farms Arena
Sept. 4: New York, N.Y. | Madison Square Garden
Sept. 6: Toronto, ON | Air Canada Centre
Sept. 8: Atlanta, Ga. | Philips Arena
Sept. 10: Miami, Fla. | AmericanAirlines Arena
Sept. 11: Tampa, Fla. | Amalie Arena
Sept. 14: Dallas, Texas | American Airlines Center
Sept. 15: Houston, Texas | Toyota Center
Sept. 16: San Antonio, Texas | AT&T Center
Sept. 18: Nashville, Tenn. | Bridgestone Arena
Sept. 20: Charlotte, N.C. | Time Warner Cable Arena
Sept. 22: Washington, DC | Verizon Center
Sept. 23: Philadelphia, Pa. | Wells Fargo Center
Sept. 24: Boston, Mass. | TD Garden
Sept. 25: Newark, N,J. | Prudential Center
Oct. 1: Las Vegas, Nev. | MGM Grand Garden Arena
Oct. 2: Glendale, Ariz. | Gila River Arena
Oct. 4: Los Angeles, Calif. | The Forum
Oct. 6: San Diego, Calif. | Viejas Arena
Oct. 8: Oakland, Calif. | Oracle Arena