The Tennessee-born MC, known for hits like “Shoot You Down” and “Headshots,” is gearing up for a nationwide run that is sure to please his fans.
The tour will celebrate the 10th anniversary of Isaiah’s debut album, Cilvia Demo, which was released in 2014. The album features guest appearances from SZA and ScHoolboy Q and helped springboard Isaiah’s career.
Fans of the rapper can join the Cilvia Demo celebration as the tour plans to stop in major cities across the U.S.
Isaiah announced the news in a post on Instagram, inviting his OG supporters to come to a performance.
“Gotta give [thanks] to the folks (y'all) that's been holding it down [for real] the last ten years,” he wrote. “Got some vinyls for the folks that love Cilvia damn near more than I do.”
For anyone looking to score tickets to the Cilvia Demo tour, here is all the information you need to know.
Isaiah Rashad revealed the dates for his 2024 'Cilvia Demo' tour.
Isaiah’s tour will run from January to February of 2024 with stops in places like San Diego and Las Vegas. Tickets for the show range from $96 to $264 – depending upon the tour stop.
Tickets can be purchased on Isaiah’s website or via Ticketmaster.
Check out the full list of tour stops below:
January 23 — Anaheim, CA (House of Blues)
January 24 — San Diego, CA (SOMA)
January 25 — Phoenix, AZ (The Van Buren)
January 27 — Denver, CO (Fillmore Auditorium)
January 29 — Las Vegas, NV (House of Blues)
January 30 — Los Angeles, CA (The Wiltern)
February 1 — Sacramento, CA (Ace of Spades)
February 2 — San Francisco, CA (The Masonic)
Who is joining Isaiah Rashad on his 2024 tour? We have predictions.
Upon announcing his Cilvia Demo tour, Isaiah did not mention if there would be an opening act or any guest appearances. However, it is likely that one of the rapper’s former collaborators could join a stop on the tour.
SZA, Jean Deaux, Michael Da Vinci, ScHoolboy Q, and Jay Rock were all on Isaiah’s debut album and they have seemingly maintained close relationships with the rapper since.
Isaiah previously opened for Schoolboy Q on tour while SZA is Isaiah’s labelmate and close friend. She even gushed over Isaiah under his Instagram post announcing the tour, writing, “Oh dis gone be crazy.”
Will Isaiah Rashad extend his 'Cilvia Demo' tour?
Isaiah has yet to announce plans to extend his Cilvia Demo tour and some fans are feeling left out.
The artist plans to only make stops in cities on the West Coast, leaving some envious.
“Isaiah Rashad going on tour and said f--k the whole east coast,” one fan tweeted. Another added, “I hope Isaiah Rashad has a second leg of his 10-year Cilvia Demo tour that travels out East because we need that.”
While the tour seems limited, there's a chance that Isaiah may extend its run if the first leg is successful. In the meantime, fans unable to attend the currently scheduled shows will just have to hang on to hope.
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