Leon Bridges

Joel Voorman

Leon Bridges is set to engage on The Boundless Tour this upcoming Spring/Summer, including a tour stop at Cleveland’s Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica on Sunday, May 8 — opening the venue’s season!

The Boundless Tour will feature something for everyone, with Leon performing tracks from his Grammy Award nominated debut album Coming Home, his Grammy Award winning album Good Thing and his Grammy Award nominated third album Gold Diggers Sound as well as Texas Sun, his collaborative EP with Khruangbin. Gold-Diggers Sound, which is his most confident, intimate and sensual album to date, was named a Critics Pick by The New York Times and features breakout tracks including the Grammy Award nominated “Born Again” featuring Robert Glasper, “Motorbike,” “Why Don’t You Touch Me” and “Sweeter,” which he performed at the Democratic National Convention. 
“Says Leon, “Live performance has always been a constant in my life, from the early days of my debut album Coming Home to all of the global festivals and the more recent Gold-Diggers Sound album where I returned to the very same clubs where I started my career.  I feel the most alive on stage and cannot wait to bring all of my music into these bigger venues and celebrate with my fans. We are going to put on a truly unforgettable live show.”

Gold-Diggers Sound, the third solo from Leon Bridges in a career trajectory that saw him going from working as a dishwasher and busking on the streets of his beloved Fort Worth, TX to being signed to a major label and performing at the White House for former President Barack Obama within a two-year span. Following the release of his Grammy Award-winning sophomore album, Good Thing, Leon issued a steady stream of music including tracks with John Mayer, Kacey Musgraves, Kiana Ledé, Lucky Daye, and Noah Cyrus as well as Texas Sun, a collaboration project with fellow Texans Khruangbin. Other career highlights include opening for Harry Styles on an arena tour, his breakout track “River” being certified Platinum, portraying Gil Scott Heron in Damien Chazelle’s First Man, appearing in a global GAP holiday campaign, garnering a CMT Award for his Crossroads collaboration with Luke Combs, performing at the Tom Ford NYFW show and MoMA’s Film Benefit honoring Tom Hanks, selling out Hollywood Bowl and back-to-back nights at Radio City Music Hall. Leon also released a track on Space Jam: A New Legacy Official Soundtrack. He is currently nominated for two Grammys for Best Traditional R&B Performance and Best R&B Album.

Ticket info

GA “pit” tickets are priced at $104.50 each. Reserved seats are $84.50 or $59.50. General admission bleachers (located behind reserved seats) are $49.50 per ticket. All prices are subject to additional fees. Tix can be purchased online via the link below:


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