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It’s About to Be a Hot Girl Summer

Meg & GloRilla tour dates are out!

Meg is about to hit the road again for her “Hot Girl Summer Tour.” She will be in Chicago in May.

Megan Thee Stallion has finally given her fans what they’ve been asking for. This Houston native recently did a surprise tour release with 31 cities for her worldwide tour. Her hit single “Hiss” debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 back in February and, according to usatoday.com, “the song now owns the record for the biggest first week for a solo female rap song ever.” Not only is Megan heating up for this upcoming summer, but she’s also bringing Grammy-nominated rapper GloRilla on tour with her. As a Black women that constantly advocates for collaborations and support within our community, this Black excellence is far from surprising.

The overwhelming demand for Megan Thee Stallion’s newly released tour dates has caused her team to quickly add new dates to keep up with the quickly sold out dates. As Megan has continued to bring her “hotties” on a fitness journey throughout her “hottie bootcamp,” GloRilla has decided to join the fun while filming her recent workouts and promoting their upcoming tour. GloRilla, 24, gets her workout on in the Instagram video by lifting dumbbells as she does squats, dumbbell-assisted sit-ups, and leg raises.  In the caption she wrote, “Getting ready for da Hot girl summer tour like *sunglasses emoji* @theestallion what we doing??????? *three eye emojis*.” The Houston Hottie commented on the post, saying, “Lol what we doingggg.”

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The tour begins May 14 at Target Center in Minneapolis. According to vibe.com, “Big Glo will be on 22 of the 33 shows, skipping out on Meg’s festival performances and the overseas leg of the tour.”

Hotties are able to purchase tickets for the “Hot Girl Summer” tour at Ticketmaster, Stubhub, Vivid Seats, and more. As the demand continues to increase for the concert dates, prices have definitely surged. The tour stops in Chicago at the United Center on May 17th and 19th. Prices range anywhere from $62 to $1273.

 

By Kori Barnes, University of Southern California

Instagram: @korixnicole

 

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