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Date set for March 8 at Verizon Center – Tickets are on sale now

New album Forever Charlie in stores January 27, 2015 

Grammy nominated artist Charlie Wilson announced his new national tour Forever Charlie will kick-off on February 12 in Cleveland, OH and includes a date on March 8 in Washington, D.C. The tour will wrap on March 27 in Oakland, CA. The tour is named after Wilson’s upcoming album that is slated for a January 27 release on RCA Records.  Charlie Wilson’s new single “Goodnight Kisses” was the #1 most added song at Urban Radio and Billboard says about the single “…Over snap-and-swing doo-wop-inspired production, the GAP Band co-founder sings sweetly about his loved one’s smoochies. At 61 years old, Wilson is still as convincing a romantic as ever.”

Tickets are on sale now for the March 8 show at Verizon Center at 7 p.m. Detailed information is available on www.charliewilsonmusic.com.

VIP packages are available and will include a seat within the first 10 rows and a meet and greet with Charlie Wilson (among other exclusive VIP tour items).

“I am so glad to be on the road once again and to bring my show to so many cities across the country.  It’s going to be a special night for all the ladies that will join me and my special guests!” says Charlie Wilson. “I am looking forward to sharing the stage with my two talented friends Kem and Joe. They are both artists that I admire and am honored to have them on my tour. We are planning a show the audience won’t ever forget.”


*All dates and venues below subject to change.

  • Feb. 12  – Cleveland, OH Wolstein Center
  • Feb. 13 – Buffalo, NY First Niagara Center
  • Feb. 14 – Atlantic City, NJ Boardwalk Hall
  • Feb. 15 – Baltimore, MD Royal Farms Arena
  • Feb. 18 – Raleigh, NC PNC Arena
  • Feb. 20 – Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena
  • Feb. 21 – Atlanta, GA Philips Arena
  • Feb. 22 – Birmingham, AL  BJCC Arena
  • Feb. 26 – Greenville, SC  Bon Secours Arena
  • Feb. 27 – Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center
  • Feb. 28 – Chicago, IL United Center
  • March 1 – Detroit, MI Joe Louis Arena
  • March 5 – Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center
  • March 6 – Norfolk, VA Constant Center
  • March 7 – Newark, NJ Prudential Center
  • March 8  – Washington, D.C.  Verizon Center
  • March 10 – Columbia, SC   Colonial Life Arena
  • March 13  – Grand Prairie, TX  Verizon Theatre
  • March 14  – New Orleans, LA  Smoothie King Center
  • March 15 – Houston, TX Toyota Center
  • March 18 – Mobile, AL  Civic Center
  • March 19 – Boosier City, LA Century Link Center
  • March 21 – Oklahoma City, OK  Chesapeake Energy
  • March 22 – Kansas City, MO   Sprint Center
  • March 25-26 – Los Angeles, CA   Nokia Theatre
  • March 27 – Oakland, CA   Oracle Arena

For the latest on Charlie Wilson please visit his official website at www.charliewilsonmusic.com