The Wiltern | Los Angeles, California
This summer, rap superstar and singer-songwriter Bryson Tiller is embarking on his highly-anticipated Back, and I’m Better Tour! The 25-city trek will be the platinum-selling artist’s first outing in five years. That’s why tickets are moving at an accelerated speed! But don’t worry, there are a few tickets left for his show at the Wiltern! On Thursday, 8th June 2023, Bryson Tiller will make his coveted stop in Los Angeles! LA fans can anticipate Tiller’s sensational hits, fan favorites, and new songs from his upcoming album, Serenity! Don’t miss out on this chance to see Bryson Tiller light up the Wiltern! Hurry and score tickets now!
Bryson Tiller’s Back and I’m Better tour announcement was more than well-received by fans. Presale tickets sold out in minutes. The 30-year singer and rapper took to social media to declare his return. It’s simple. We back.” He said, “Taking a trip to the past and giving y’all a glimpse of the future. Five whole years without touring. Time really does fly… See y’all soon.” The announcement was posted with a photo from Back to the Future, an iconic 1985 film.
It has been two years since Tiller released new music. But this 2023, he’s set to drop his fourth album, Serenity. His new single, “Outside,” is speculated to be included in the upcoming record. The album follows Tiller’s chart-performing efforts that not only took over the U.S. market but also flourished internationally. His debut album, Trapsoul, was dropped in 2015, peaking at number 8 on the Billboard 200 and number 2 on the Top Hip-Hop/R&B Albums. The debut album spawned the seven-time platinum-certified singles “Don’t” and “Exchange” and the double platinum song “Sorry Not Sorry.”
Two years after his stellar debut, Tiller dropped his follow-up album, True Self. This was his first record to go number, topping both Billboard 200 and Top Hip-Hop/R&B Albums charts. The singles “Run Me Dry” and “Something Tells Me” earned platinum and gold status in the U.S.
In 2020, Tiller had a number of notable collaborations, but he saved the most epic collaboration for his third effort, Anniversary. The album features the track “Outta Time,” featuring Drake.
Catch Bryson Tiller’s show at the Wiltern by securing your passes now!