NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. (June 5, 2017) – Nine-time GRAMMY Award winner, Golden Globe Award nominee and multi-platinum R&B legend Mary J. Blige will embark on her highly anticipated North American STRENGTH OF A WOMAN TOUR. The multi-city trek will feature stops in major cities throughout the US including New York’s MSG Theater and LA’s Greek Theater. The Queen of Hip-Hop Soul will take the stage at The Theater at MGM National Harbor Tuesday, Aug. 15 at 8 p.m.
Tickets for the STRENGTH OF A WOMAN TOUR start at $79.50, excluding applicable service charges, and go on sale Friday, June 9 at 10 a.m. EST. Tickets can be purchased online at mgmnationalharbor.com or ticketmaster.com. For more show and ticket information, visit mgmnationalharbor.com or call (844) 346-4664. As the official presale credit card for Mary J. Blige’s STRENGTH OF A WOMAN TOUR, Citi® card members will have access to purchase presale tickets through Citi’s Private Pass® program. For complete details, visit citiprivatepass.com.
A special Pandora, Facebook and Live Nation pre-sale are available. For all ticket purchase information, visit maryjblige.com.
The tour announcement comes in conjunction with the debut of Blige’s 13th studio album, STRENGTH OF A WOMAN, which went to No. 1 on Billboard’s R&B Album Chart and has received critical praise since its April 28th release on Capitol Records. The New York Times called the album “empowering” in a recent review while The Guardian hailed “Blige’s vocals alone are a reminder of why she remains so important to the genre.” Featuring production by DJ Camper, Bam, Hit-Boy and KAYTRANADA, the new album also features collaborations with Quavo (of Migos), DJ Khaled, Missy Elliot and Kanye West who lends vocal support on the album’s latest single “Love Yourself.”
The Theater at MGM National Harbor offers an experience unlike any other in the region, providing fans the opportunity to see world-class entertainment in an intimate setting. The recently opened Theater features seven VIP suites and flexible seating designs, accommodating 3,000 guests for reserved-seating events and a little more than 4,000 for general admission shows.