Detroit rapper Big Sean announces new tour with format that allows fans to create the setlist

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Talk about #Blessed hometown superstar Big Sean is bringing a one-of-a-kind performance to Little Caesars Arena on Saturday, June 2.

Though the BET Award-winning and Grammy-nominated "Bounce Back" rapper had us scratching our heads over his surprise 2017 release Double Or Nothing, today he announced the details of his Unfriendly Reminder Tour, which has nothing to do with Double Or Nothing at all.

The tour will celebrate Big Sean's decade-long career and is aimed to pay tribute to the people that helped him go from little to big to larger-than-life — his fans.



According to the press release, each city is invited to curate the setlist by voting for their top 20 songs for a truly customized experience. Voting begins Thursday, Feb. 8 at uknowbigsean.com. In addition to all stops will have brand new tour merch, which fans will have to option to customize in select cities.

Tickets go on-sale Friday, Feb. 9 at 10 a.m. and range from $30.50-$80.50.) through 313Presents.com, LiveNation.com, The Fox Theatre and Little Caesars Arena box offices and Ticketmaster.com


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