Where to buy tickets, schedule, dates

Vince Staples fans are getting spoiled this year.

In late May, the 30-year-old rapper dropped his sixth studio album “Dark Times.” A week later, Netflix renewed his surreal series “The Vince Staples Show” for a second season.

To top it all off, he just announced his 2024 ‘Black In America Tour’ with special guest Baby Rose that will take him to theaters, music halls, auditoriums and ballrooms all over the U.S. and Canada this fall.

New York fans need not worry, either.

The 30-year-old rapper swings into Terminal 5 on Friday, Oct. 18.

Other notable stops on the quick jaunt include Philadelphia (Oct. 21), Washington, D.C. (Oct. 24) and Los Angeles (Nov. 6).

Need to make seeing Staples live a staple of your fall plans?

Fans can purchase tickets for all upcoming shows on sites like Vivid Seats; the official on-sale is Friday, June 7.

Vivid Seats is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.

They have a 100% buyer guarantee that states your transaction will be safe and secure and will be delivered before the event.

Vince Staples tour schedule 2024

A complete calendar including ‘Black In America Tour’ dates, venues and links to buy tickets for all concerts can be found below.

Vince Staples tour dates
Aug. 3 at the Vic Theatre in Chicago, IL
Lollapalooza Aftershow
Oct. 14 at The Eastern in Atlanta, GA
Oct. 18 at Terminal 5 in New York, NY
Oct. 20 at Roadrunner in Boston, MA
Oct. 21 at the Franklin Music Hall in Philadelphia, PA
Oct. 23 at History Toronto in Toronto, ON, CA
Oct. 24 at The Anthem in Washington, D.C.
Oct. 26 at the Masonic Temple in Detroit, MI
Oct. 28 at the Palace Theatre in St. Paul, MN
Oct. 30 at the Mission Ballroom in Denver, CO
Nov. 2 at Showbox SODO in Seattle, WA
Nov. 3 at the McMenamins Crystal Ballroom in Portland, OR
Nov. 5 at Warfield in San Francisco, CA
Nov. 6 at the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in Los Angeles, CA
Nov. 7 at Warfield in San Francisco, CA

Lollapalooza 2024

Before kicking off his North American trek, Staples will perform at this year’s Lollapalooza at Chicago’s Grant Park taking place Aug. 1-4.

Notable headliners joining him on the bill include Future X Metro Boomin, Tyler The Creator, Killer Mike, Sexxy Red and Teezo Touchdown.

In total, over 170 (!) acts will grace the Grant Park stages over the long weekend.

Want to go?

You can grab single and multi-day Lollapalooza passes here.

Vince Staples set list

Staples’ last headlining, non-festival gig was back in August 2022 at Los Angeles’ Fonda Theatre.

Here’s what he took to the stage that night, according to Set List FM:

01.) “LIL FADE”






07.) “MAMA’S BOY”


09.) “DJ QUIK”



12.) “SLIDE”


14.) “Outro” (from Stolen Youth)

15.) “Blue Suede”

16.) “Lift Me Up”

17.) “Señorita”

18.) “Yeah Right”

19.) “Get the F— Off My D—“

20.) “745”

21.) “Big Fish”

22.) “FUN!”

23.) “Don’t Get Chipped”

24.) “Norf Norf”

25.) “Nate”


27.) “BANG THAT”

28.) “MHM”



31.) “MAGIC”

Vince Staples new album

On May 24, Staples dropped his sixth studio album “Dark Times.”

Made up of 13 tracks, the gifted rapper showcases his soulful, exquisite production skills and effortless flow every step of the way all while dropping in trippy interludes.

Highlights include the gorgeously arranged “Black&Blue,” downbeat piano banger “Government Cheese” and spaced out, dreamy “Shame On The Devil.”

Still, the real standout might be “Little Homies” with its pristine backing beat and Staples’ most urgent flow. “Life hard but I go hard,” the chorus repeats on a loop. It’s not only a “Dark Times” mission statement but sounds just as hard as its message. We can’t wait to hear this one live.

Want to check out “Dark Times”? You can stream the album here.

“The Vince Staples Show”

A week after the album dropped, Netflix renewed Staples’ surreal series for a second season.

The first season, set in Staples’ native Long Beach, ran five episodes. For a closer look, you can catch the show’s official trailer here:

Baby Rose

At nearly all gigs, Staples will be joined by singer-songwriter Baby Rose.

If you’ve never heard the 29-year-old Washington, D.C. native, think of the soulful samples that populate Staples’ albums and you won’t be a million miles off from her sound (to be fair, she is featured on his song “Shame On The Devil”).

Smoky, husky, seductive, emotive and playful all at once, her music is a throwback to the late ’60s and early ’70s. We promise you’ll be in your feels when you hear her powerful voice live this fall.

For those who want to do a deeper dive, you can find Baby Rose’s complete discography here.

Huge rappers on tour in 2024

This is shaping up to be a big year for Hip-Hop.

While there are dozens of huge tours to keep an eye on, here are just five of our favorites you won’t want to miss live these next few months.

• Childish Gambino

• Future x Metro Boomin

• Missy Elliott with Busta Rhymes

• 21 Savage

• Ken Carson

Who else is out and about? Take a look at our list of the 50 biggest concerts in 2024 to find out.

This article was written by Matt Levy, New York Post live events reporter. Levy stays up-to-date on all the latest tour announcements from your favorite musical artists and comedians, as well as Broadway openings, sporting events and more live shows – and finds great ticket prices online. Since he started his tenure at the Post in 2022, Levy has reviewed Bruce Springsteen and interviewed Melissa Villaseñor of SNL fame, to name a few. Please note that deals can expire, and all prices are subject to change.

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