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Chris Brown’s The Party Tour Kicks Off Without 50 Cent

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Chris Brown’s The Party Tour kicked off without 50 Cent. Negotiations between Live Nation ended weeks ago with the rapper and promoter being ‘hundreds of thousands of dollars’ apart.


Team Breezy’s got something to be happy about over the next few months. Because, this time, music is front and center.

Chris Brown‘s The Party Tour has officially jumped off in Baltimore, MD with Fabolous, O.T. Genesis, and Kap G. This will be Chris Breezy’s latest tour since 2015’s One Hell of A Nite Tour. The tour helped promote Brown’s last album Royalty all the way up to number 3 on the Billboard 200.

However, nothing goes smoothly for the R&B star. The Party Tour originally included 50 Cent as a direct feature but the deal fell through at the last minute. Strangely enough, the promoter Live Nation used materials with 50’s name on it to promote the tour without a finished deal. At negotiations, Live Nation and 50 Cent could not agree on financial terms. Both parties were ‘hundreds of thousands of dollars apart’ ending negotiations two weeks ago.

50 Cent has made it clear there is no beef with the Chris Brown and that things were not “handled correctly”. Fifty is currently on the set of his new movie Den of Thieves a movie about a bank heist with O’shea Jackson and Gerard Butler. Den of Thieves is expected to be released in January of 2018.

Unfortunately, refunds will not be issued for those who specifically wanted to see 50 Cent. Live Nation says Chris Brown is the headliner and he’s still on the tour so no refunds will be issued.

We anticipate a major announcement during the tour for Chris’ upcoming album Heartbreak On A Full Moon. The “Privacy” singer is expected to release the album later this year. You can get tickets to The Party Tour at here are some of the tour dates below:

Chris Brown’s The Party Tour Dates:

31-Mar – Royal Farms Arena – Baltimore, MD
1-Apr – Prudential Center – Newark, NJ
2-Apr – TD Garden – Boston, MA
4-Apr – Spectrum Center (formerly Time Warner Cable Arena) – Charlotte, NC
6-Apr – Quicken Loans Arena – Cleveland, OH
7-Apr – The Palace at Auburn Hills – Detroit, MI
9-Apr – Xcel Energy Center – St. Paul, MN
10-Apr – Pinnacle Bank Arena – Lincoln, NE
11-Apr – Sprint Center – Kansas City, MO
13-Apr – Smoothie King Center – New Orleans, LA
15-Apr – AmericanAirlines Arena – Miami, FL
16-Apr – Amalie Arena – Tampa, FL
18-Apr – Veterans Memorial Arena – Jacksonville, FL
20-Apr – Hampton Coliseum – Hampton, VA
21-Apr – Verizon Center – Washington, DC
22-Apr – Wells Fargo Center – Philadelphia, PA
24-Apr – Barclays Center – Brooklyn, NY
28-Apr – Allstate Arena – Rosemont, IL
29-Apr – Schottenstein Center – Columbus, OH
30-Apr – Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TN
2-May – Philips Arena – Atlanta, GA
4-May – Toyota Center – Houston, TX
6-May – American Airlines Center – Dallas, TX
8-May – Pepsi Center – Denver, CO
10-May – Moda Center – Portland, OR
11-May – KeyArena – Seattle, WA
13-May – Golden1 Center – Sacramento, CA
15-May – Talking Stick Resort Arena – Phoenix, AZ
16-May – Honda Center – Anaheim, CA
18-May – SAP Center – San Jose, CA
19-May – Viejas Arena @ Aztec Bowl – San Diego, CA
20-May – MGM Grand Garden Arena – Las Vegas, NV
23-May – The Forum – Los Angeles, CA