Future & Friends Pulled Up To Dallas For The One Big Party Tour

Photo Credit – Nick White

No one had a bigger 2022 then Grammy winning entertainer and mogul, Future. After what seemed like the longest hiatus, Future finally hit the road. The first leg of his One Big Party tour was so successful that Future decided to extend the tour.  He added Don Toliver, G Herbo, Mariah the Scientist, Dess Dior, Lil Jerimy and more.  The talented artists  came together and brought their unique sounds to fans nationwide. The  “One Big Party” Tour has been selling out in arenas. The tour recently pulled up to the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. The energy was like something from a movie. It’s was unforgettable. 

The night started with Dess Dior, another rising star in the rap game. She’s known for her unique flow and catchy hooks. Her set included fan favorites like “Talk to Me,” “Bandz Up,” and “Rich Bitch.” Dess’s energy was infectious; the crowd was jumping and dancing with her.

Next up was Mariah the Scientist taking the stage. Mariah is a rising star in the R&B world, known for her smooth and sultry vocals. She performed hits like “RIP,” “Not a Love Song,” and “2 You.” Her performance was captivating, the crowd singing along to every word.

G Herbo was next to take the stage. The Chicago-born rapper is known for his gritty and raw lyrics. He performed hits like “PTSD,” “Swervo,” and “Red Light.” G Herbo’s performance was high-energy, and the crowd was excited and ready for more.

Don Toliver was the fourth artist to perform. The Houston native is known for his melodic flow and unique sound. He performed hits like “No Idea,” “Euphoria,” and “What You Need.” Don’s performance was elect; the crowd sang and swayed, swaying along to his music.

Last but certainly not least was Future Hendrix, the show’s headliner. The audience lost their minds when Future appeared  to  the hard hitting intro of 712 from his successful “I Never Liked You” album. 

Future is a legend in the rap game, known for his prolific output and signature sound. He proved why he’s legendary that night. Future  performed hits like “Mask Off,” “Life Is Good,” and “March Madness.” Future’s performance was nothing short of epic, and he had the crowd chanting and rapping along with him.

After the concert in Dallas, Future took to Twitter to acknowledged the Dallas audience,”Insane show in Dallas.. dtown did they BIG ONE,I can’t thank my fans enough for the love! Lit the city up 2023.”

Get Your tickets for The Big Party Tour here.

Written by Landon Buford

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