On November 12th, tickets went on sale for Chicago rapper Saba’s 2022 tour of the UK, EU, and US in support of his upcoming album, Few Good Things. Supporting Saba on this tour are Charlotte rapper Lute, Los Angeles artist Amindi, English rapper/singer/songrwriter ENNY (in the UK), and Dutch-Sudanese R&B singer-songwriter Gaidaa (in the EU). Tickets can be found on sabapivot.com, and the list of dates can be found below!

This tour announcement comes on the heels of Saba’s album announcement for Few Good Things and the release of the lead single “Fearmonger (feat. Daoud).” Though he hasn’t given a release date for Few Good Things, he has noted that it is “coming soon.” In addition to “Fearmonger,” Saba just recently released the next single, “Stop That.” Where “Fearmonger” is influenced by R&B/funk grooves and vocals, “Stop That” sounds more like Saba’s usual sound. Both singles are fantastic, but I’ll admit I’m partial to “Stop That.”

Few Good Things marks Saba’s first full-length LP since 2018’s CARE FOR ME. CARE FOR ME saw Saba “grappling with the aftermath of his cousin John Walt’s 2017 murder.” Unfortunately, Few Good Things is also coming on the heels of a murder. This past August, longtime Saba collaborator and Pivot Gang member Squeak Pivot was shot and killed in Chicago. I commend Saba for finding strength in music and consistently uplifting the memories of those he has lost through his creations, and I hope that those who aren’t aware of Saba’s greatness listen to the two new singles as well as his phenomenal albums, CARE FOR ME and 2016’s Bucket List Project

In addition to checking out those albums, buy tickets to see Saba on this tour. His live performances are incredible, and they are well worth your time and money. Check out the full itinerary below, and go to a show at sabapivot.com.

Back Home, A Tour by Saba: Europe / U.K. Dates with ENNY(*) and Gaidaa 

03-01 Dublin – Academy 

03-03 Manchester – Manchester Club Academy* 

03-05 London – Forum* 

03-07 Birmingham – Institute 2* 

03-09 Brussels – Botanique / Orangerie 

03-10 Cologne Luxor 03-11 Paris – FVTVR 

03-13 Zurich – Dynamo 

03-14 Vienna – Grelle Forelle 

03-16 Milan – Circolo Magnolia 

03-18 Amsterdam – Melkweg Main Hall 

03-19 Hamburg – Gruenspan 

03-20 Berlin – Yaam 

03-22 Copenhagen – Amager Bio 

03-23 Oslo – Parkteateret 

03-24 Stockholm – Debaser North America Dates with Lute and Amindi 

04-11 Phoenix – Van Buren 

04-14 Dallas – House of Blues 

04-15 Houston – House of Blues 

04-16 Austin – Emo’s 

04-19 Orlando – Celine 

04-20 Atlanta – Centerstage 

04-21 Charlotte – Underground 

04-22 Pittsburgh – Roxian Theatre 

04-25 Brooklyn – Brooklyn Steel 

04-27 Washington D.C. – Fillmore 

04-28 Philadelphia – TLA 

04-29 Boston – Paradise 

05-01 Toronto – Phoenix 

05-03 Detroit – El Club 

05-04 Columbus – Newport Music Hall

05-05 Chicago – Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom

05-06 Minneapolis – First Avenue 

05-07 Lawrence – Granada 

05-09 Denver – Cervantes 

05-12 Seattle – Showbox 

05-13 Portland – Crystal 

05-15 Vancouver – Vogue 

05-19 San Francisco – Regency 

05-20 Santa Cruz – Catalyst 

05-21 Los Angeles – Novo 

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    […] As always, Saba has a wide range of emotion within his work, and the execution on both a lyrical and musical level is incredible. This man does not miss. Check out “Survivor’s Guilt” below, listen to Few Good Things, and let us know what you think! Also, don’t miss Saba on his Back Home Tour. You can find dates here. […]

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