BRYSON TILLER BRINGS THE ‘SET IT OFF TOUR’ TO THE CONSTANT CENTER ON SEPTEMBER 3

May 31, 2017

TICKETS GO ON SALE FRIDAY, JUNE 2 AT 10AM AT YNOTTIX.COM

NORFOLK, VA (May 30, 2017) – On the heels of the surprise release of his highly-anticipated sophomore album True to Self, BRYSON TILLER today announces his SET IT OFF TOUR, which will include a stop at the Constant Center on Sunday, September 3. The new dates, which feature special guest openers H.E.R. and Metro Boomin, mark Bryson’s second headlining tour and the first since his hugely successful T R A P S O U L Tour, which sold out 47 dates in both the US and Europe.

Tickets priced at $35 and $45 will go on sale this Friday, June 2 at 10 a.m. Tickets can be purchased online at YnotTix.com, by calling 877-YNOT-TIX or by visiting the Constant Center Box Office during regular business hours.

Following a breakout 2016 that saw the meteoric rise of the Kentucky native, True to Self arrives amidst overwhelming critical buzz and anticipation. Earlier this month, Bryson gave fans a taste of what can be expected from his T R A P S O U L follow-up, releasing three tracks of all-new material.  With True to Self’s hype at an all-time high, Bryson made the full 19-track project available for digital streaming almost a month in advance of the album’s previously announced physical release on June 23.  On the release date alone, True to Self streamed over 25 million times across all streaming services in the U.S., while the single “Somethin Tells Me” currently has over 13 million streams worldwide since its May 11th release. The video for the single has nearly 2 million views so far since its midnight debut on Thursday.

About Bryson

With the release of his second album, True to Self, Bryson Tiller will continue to captivate fans following the success of his 2015 album, T R A P S O U L. Tiller’s debut album reached significant milestones, including RIAA Platinum certification with over 2.1 billion streams in the U.S.  Album tracks “Don’t” and “Exchange” are certified Triple Platinum, “Sorry Not Sorry” is certified Platinum and “Rambo” and “Overtime” are certified Gold by the RIAA. Among his many accomplishments, Tiller was nominated for a GRAMMY (Best R&B Song for “Exchange”), won two BET Awards for Best New Artist and Best Male R&B/Pop Artist.

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Contact:                                                                                                                                                                             

Enzo Carannante
Director of Marketing
Ted Constant Center, ODU
[email protected]

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