Toyota Center | Houston, Texas
There is something truly special about Afrobeat, and its king, Davido, is bringing his new 2-week tour to the United States. The "Timeless" tour is in support of his recently released album of the same name, so you can be sure that he is going to make it even more special. His unmatched ability to draw sizable crowds, his energetic stage presence, and his repertoire of songs with afro and pop inspired influences will guarantee that you have the best time of your life. You can anticipate a lively atmosphere where fans go crazy for their favorite hits and sing along to every word of every song that plays. There won't be anything like it this year, so make sure to reserve your spot quickly because all the fans are already buying the few tickets that are still available. By browsing up and pressing the "GET TICKETS" button, you can easily get yours.
Fans love Davido's music, which combines African influenced rhythms with pop music, and his impact on the music industry is vast, reaching beyond Africa to entertain fans in Europe and North America. The smash hit and his debut single, Dami Duro, which upon release became what was probably Africa's unofficial anthem, filled dance floors every time it came on. It was a huge success and allowed the artist to break into the international scene.
The song was included on 2012's Omo Baba Olowo, his debut studio album, which mixed up a variety of genres to create a brand new sound. With seven singles, including his aforementioned smash hit and other notable mentions like “Ekuro” and "Feel Alright," the album gave audiences a taste of what was to come.
Davido followed up his debut album with the critically acclaimed recordings, “A Good Time” and “A Better Time” in 2019 and 2020 respectively. His chart success is just outstanding; take, for example, his single "Fall," which went on to become the longest-charting Nigerian pop song on Billboard.
Davido seems to have accomplished it all, from packing out the O2 Arena in London twice to being personally chosen by FIFA, the world soccer organization, to direct their official soundtrack and to close out the ceremony of the 2022 World Cup, which was viewed by over 200 million people worldwide. There is no stopping him at this point, and his new tour happening in the summer is going to be enormous.
His 2023 album, "Timeless,” contains 17 incredible tracks with amapiano, hip-hop, dancehall, and ragga influences. With over 130 million streams in its first week of release, it has already generated a lot of buzz. The album's three singles are lighting up the charts: "Unavailable," "Over Dem," and "Feel," have already debuted at No. 2, No. 10, and No. 11, respectively, on the Billboard Afrobeat chart.
You definitely want to be at this show so make sure you grab your tickets. Doing it right here and now is very important because they are already in very limited supply.