Robin Thicke and Jennifer Hudson hit the road together

Grammy winners Robin Thicke and Jennifer Hudson have announced plans for a multi-city co-headlining tour kicking off March 31st at Albany, NY’s Palace Theater.

The two singers will perform for crowds across major US cities including New York, Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles and more.  Tickets go on sale today for the Palace Theater date and American Express pre-sales are available in most markets.

Hudson and Thicke have also teamed with I Love All Access for a variety of VIP ticket packages for the tour – which will include premium seats, meet and greets, parties and more.

Hudson, who recently won a Grammy Award for “Best R&B Album” for her RIAA-certified Gold self-titled debut album, is known for her live vocal prowess, but this will mark her first official tour.

In a press release, Hudson stated: “I am so grateful. My first Grammy and my first tour, it doesn’t get any better than this!” 

The singer has also received three NAACP Image Awards for “Outstanding New Artist,” “Outstanding Album” and “Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration” for “I’m His Only Woman” featuring Fantasia.  

Robin Thicke returned with the 2008 release of “Something Else” – which is described as a joyful and modern tribute to the ‘70s soul and pop records that have inspired his career. The album had a No. 3 debut on The Billboard 200.

His previous album “The Evolution Of Robin Thicke” is on track to reach double platinum status, and features the hit “Lost Without U” – which became the #1 most played song on the Urban Adult Contemporary BDS as well as topping four Billboard charts simultaneously.

The Robin Thicke-Jennifer Hudson tour dates are as follows:

March 31  Albany, NY       Palace Theatre
April 2   Newark, NJ          NJ PAC
April 3   Philadelphia, PA    Tower Theater
April 4   Baltimore, MD       Lyric Theatre
April 5   Washington, D.C.  DAR Constitution Hall
April 9   Mashantucket, CT MGM Grand at Foxwoods
April 10  New York, NY      WAMU Theater at MSG
April 12  Norfolk, VA         Chrysler Hall
April 15  Atlanta, GA         Fox Theatre
April 17  Charlotte, NC      Ovens Auditorium
April 18  Greensboro, NC   Special Events Center
April 19  Richmond, VA      Landmark Theater
April 23  St Louis, MO      Fox Theatre
April 24  Detroit, MI        Opera House
April 25  Chicago, IL         Arie Crown Theater
May 2    Los Angeles, CA  Nokia Theatre L.A. Live
May 3    Oakland, CA       Paramount Theatre
May 7    Dallas, TX          Nokia Theatre
May 8    Houston, TX      Verizon Wireless Theater

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