Nick Cannon, a multi-award-winning performer, announced an extensive North American tour for early 2023. The tour will have three stages dedicated to discovering fresh talent and many headline acts. Starting in Los Angeles on February 25th, he will travel to other major cities during April on his Next Superstar Tour. These cities include Dallas, Miami, Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Toronto, Philadelphia, and New York. Symba, 24kGoldn, Justina Valentine, Hitman Holla, JD McCrary, Traetwothree, Klondike Blonde, DW Flame, and POP MONEY are just some of the support acts that will be on the road with them.
In addition to the tour, Cannon is still hosting his Wild ‘N Out comedy series, which first aired in 2005 and featured famous guests competing in hip-hop and improv challenges. His most recent studio album, 2014’s “White People Party Music,” has guest performances from Afrojack, Pitbull, Future, Migos, Traphik, Kehlani, Fatman Scoop, and Akon, among others. Since he first entered show business in 1998, the rapper/actor has amassed over 17 million social media followers and won some awards.
How long Nick Cannon’s shows typically last?
A Nick Cannon performance will generally last between three and five hours. However, this can vary greatly depending on factors like the number of opening bands, the length of the encore, etc.
Floor Seats for Nick Cannon
The thrill of seeing Nick Cannon perform live from the floor of the arena is truly once in a lifetime. Floor and first-row seats are typically the most costly in a venue. Tickets to see Nick Cannon may cost as much as $1,000 if they’re in the first few rows of the venue.
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Nick Cannon’s career has been about more than just rap. He has hosted some popular shows, including the 2013 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards, the Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade, and the TV adaptation of the Broadway musical The Masked Singer. Cannon founded Can-I-Ball Records in 2005, the same year he began production on his second studio album but ultimately decided not to release it: Stages. Soon after establishing N’Credible Entertainment in 2009, he disbanded Can-I-Ball Records. He is currently actively releasing songs under the N’Credible moniker. Cannon has held some radio hosting positions throughout the years, and his latest is Nick Cannon Mornings on Power 106 in Los Angeles. In 2010, Cannon embarked on a comedy tour, and the following year, he filmed his stand-up comedy special, Mr Showbiz. In 2018, he put on a tour called Wild ‘N Out, based on his long-running improvised comedy performance of the same name.
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