INDIANAPOLIS — Meek Mill and Future announced their co-headline tour 'Legendary Nights' will be coming to Indianapolis on Friday, August 30.
The two big names in hip-hop will be hitting the road for the first time together with a star-studded lineup, including YG and Mustard. The line up is set to perform at 7 p.m. in Noblesville at Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center.
Meek Mill dropped his latest album 'Championships' in November and Future released his latest, 'The Wizrd' in January.
Tickets go on sale Friday to the general public on livenation.com, while TIDAL subscribers have been granted early access on the day of the announcement, Tuesday.
The tour announcement is in addition to Meek Mill's latest achievement as he was recently honored as a Vanguard for Social Justice by the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at New York University, according to Live Nation. The artist was recognized at a private ceremony earlier in the month for his criminal justice reform advocacy and helping lead the 'REFORM Alliance.'
The organization is committed to eradicating outdated probation policies across the nation. You can learn more about those efforts by visiting reformalliance.com.