D’Angelo Eyes Q-Tip, Common, Others For U.S. Tour

Chart-topping neo-soul man D’Angelo is mapping out a U.S. tour and hopes to put together a hip-hop heavy bill for the outing.

D’Angelo, whose “Voodoo” will remain at number one on the album chart next week, will kick off his tour on March 1 with the first of five nights at Los Angeles’ House Of Blues. While the singer’s record label, Virgin Records, says that his itinerary could change, the current plan sees D’Angelo play multiple nights in Atlanta, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, Chicago, Oakland, Los Angeles, Houston, and Detroit while hitting 17 other cities for one-night stands.

Speaking with the MTV Radio Network recently, D’Angelo described the jaunt as “a funk extravaganza” and said that he has his eye on some high profile support. “We’re looking at Mos Def, Common, and Q-Tip, and different squads,” D’Angelo said of the tour’s possible lineup. “?uestlove, Roy Hargrove is gonna be there, Pino Palladino, we’re gonna have the whole squad out there, The Soultronics.”


D’Angelo is already holed up in a New York City rehearsal studio doing some preparation for the tour.

Here’s how D’Angelo’s U.S. tour itinerary currently looks:

  • 3/1 – Los Angeles, CA @ House of Blues
  • 3/2 – Los Angeles, CA @ House of Blues
  • 3/3 – Los Angeles, CA @ House of Blues
  • 3/5 – Los Angeles, CA @ House of Blues
  • 3/6 – Los Angeles, CA @ House of Blues
  • 3/12 – New Orleans, LA @ Saenger Theatre
  • 3/13 – Atlanta, GA @ Fox Theatre
  • 3/14 – Atlanta, GA @ Fox Theatre
  • 3/16 – New York, NY @ Radio City Music Hall
  • 3/18 – New York, NY @ Radio City Music Hall
  • 3/20 – Boston, MA @ Wang Center
  • 3/21 – Philadelphia, PA @ Tower Theatre
  • 3/22 – Philadelphia, PA @ Tower Theatre
  • 3/24 – Washington, DC @ Constitution Hall
  • 3/25 – Washington, DC @ Constitution Hall
  • 3/26 – Washington, DC @ Constitution Hall
  • 3/28 – Cleveland, OH @ Palace Theatre
  • 3/29 – Toronto, ON @ Massey Hall
  • 3/31 – Chicago, IL @ Arie Crown
  • 4/1 – Chicago,
    IL @ Arie Crown
  • 4/3 – Denver, CO @ Paramount Theatre
  • 4/5 – Oakland, CA @ Paramount Theatre
  • 4/6 – Oakland, CA @ Paramount Theatre
  • 4/7 – Los Angeles, CA @ Universal Amphitheatre
  • 4/8 – Los Angeles, CA @ Universal Amphitheatre
  • 4/10 – San Diego, CA @ Open Air Theatre
  • 4/11 – Las Vegas, NV @ The Joint/House of Blues
  • 4/12 – Phoenix, AZ @ Celebrity Theatre
  • 4/14 – Dallas, TX @ TBA
  • 4/15 – Houston, TX @ TBA
  • 4/16 – Houston, TX @ TBA
  • 4/18 – Nashville, TN @ T-Pac
  • 4/19 – Kansas City, MO @ Midland Theatre
  • 4/20 – St. Louis, MO @ Fox Theatre
  • 4/22 – Detroit, MI @ Fox Theatre
  • 4/23 – Detroit, MI @ Fox Theatre
  • 4/25 – Newark, NJ @ New Jersey Performing Arts Center
  • 4/26 – Washington, DC @ Constitution Hall
  • 4/28 – Richmond, VA @ Landmark Theatre
  • 4/29 – Greensboro, NC @ Special Events Center
  • 4/30 – Charlotte, NC @ Ovens Auditorium
  • 5/2 – Miami, FL @ Chrysler Hall/Knight Center