Bryson Tiller just wrapped up his first U.S. tour, T R A P S O U L, this past weekend in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. The tour, 34 days long, made its way to major cities like New York City, Los Angeles, Boston and so many more, but the most important show was the one in Louisville. Tiller received the key to the city while on stage and on top of that, March 12th was named the official Bryson Tiller Day.
The singer took to the stage on Saturday to perform his hit tracks, "Don't," "Exchange," among others and while on stage, Mayor Greg Fischer joined Tiller and presented him with the key to the city. Take a look at the video of the exchange:
Bryson Tiller receives the key to the city of Louisville and March 12 will be recognized as "Bryson Tiller Day" pic.twitter.com/MDLU9JcI3J
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Detroit's Big Sean also stopped by the show as well to express his support for Tiller.
Had to come thru for my bro @brysontiller! Thank u Louisville, insane! @zenomania A photo posted by BIGSEAN (@bigsean) on Mar 12, 2016 at 8:02pm PST
It was quite the way to wrap up a tour! And if you didn't get to catch Tiller perform live this time around, he will be hitting the stage once again in London. According to VIBE, Tiller will be joining J. Cole, Future and many others at the Wireless Festival, which is taking place July 8th-10th. Oh, and you can still try to purchase tickets to his two shows at Radio City Music Hall in NYC April 21st & 22nd on Ticketmaster. Tiller's performance is worth the ticket fee!