Fantasia Announces: “This Is My Last Tour”

Published: Saturday 16th Nov 2019 by Sam

Fantasia fans without tickets to her ‘Sketchbook Tour’ may want to hurry, because the R&B star has revealed that the trek will be her last.

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During a candid Q&A with fans, the vocal supernova shared that the US jaunt – which features Robin Thicke, Tank, and The Bonfyre, would be her penultimate tour.

Watch her explain why…


So, while her touring will seemingly cease, she’ll continue with her spot-date game (which has been very much in motion over the years – even when out of an album cycle).

We’re in changing times, as such acts are tasked with cultivating setups that work for their careers in the long-run. And Ms. Barrino appeared to have found hers.

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  1. dee November 16, 2019

    I’m so sick of these artists shenanigans. Stop the lying for attention. Just go away.

    • Brandon November 16, 2019

      If you watched the video she said she’s going to do shows just need a full tour. A lot of artists do those. & If you’ve ever been to a Fantasia concert, she gives 120% every night so it does take a toll on a person.

      • Rupaul December 10, 2019

        If I performed like this woman, I think I would limit myself to only a couple of shows a year. She really is phenomenal. I remember seeing Tina Turner in the 80’s she had nothing on Tasia.

  2. king z November 16, 2019

    sadly this is the toll of being independent. putting together tours cost money. road managers cost money.

    fannie learned the hard way that she needs a major label’s support. she should just sign a lucrative 360 deal

    she is a touring machine that brings in sales so she’ll have leverage there.

    • Drinkmybussyjuice November 16, 2019

      360 and lucrative don’t go together. 360 makes the label money. Not the artist. Thats why artist choose to go indie rather than sign a 360

  3. Coco November 16, 2019

    She don’t wanna pay the cost of a tour!!

  4. Danyboo November 16, 2019

    Hopes she does some acting or get into producing events or media. She’s been around awhile I pretty sure she can invest a few coins to keep her busy.

    • Jcunnin56 November 18, 2019

      That’s what she wants to do too, acting, probably plays also. Artists need to take a break, let their voice rest.

  5. MUSIC HEAD November 16, 2019

    Financially, it makes sense for an independent artist like Fantasia to avoid headlining tours. The costs are ridiculous and the net profits may not be worth it. Brandy is also on eOne with Fantasia, and she makes a nice chunk of money doing spot dates year round.

    • Josh November 16, 2019

      Fantasia isn’t on Eone. She has her own label through BMG.

  6. Ari November 16, 2019

    Good, we already have beyonce, who never complains

    • TC November 16, 2019

      B**** STFU

  7. dfdfd November 16, 2019

    i hate this cause Fantasia is a beast on tour

    • Jcunnin56 November 18, 2019

      She’s been singing constantly for 16 years, it can take a toll on your voice. People think her finances are at risk, I doubt it, that’s why she went independent, also her merchandises are selling out as well. She need to release a live album too. She’ll be fine

  8. Margaret Wycoff November 16, 2019

    I’m not mad at her!! You do what you have to do!!! I already have my ticket to see her in Sugarland, Texas on November 27. I love Fantasia I purchased the meet n greet package,can’t wait. Fantasia is very spiritual, inspiring and a powerful vocalist.

  9. Clarksoon November 16, 2019

    Gurl say the truth, you are flopping.
    Low ticket sales
    Tpain told us the truth

    • Boss Up November 16, 2019

      What did T Pain say?

    • Nea November 17, 2019

      Fantasia’s current SKETCHBOOK tour is very successful, and there have been sold out dates.

  10. Dsbra November 16, 2019

    Sorry to hear that. Fantasia is a favorite. Many say no more buf if they’re not financially set for life and not just for right now, they tend to have to do more dates or supplement in other ways. You can always write a book. Everybody is doing it.

  11. Velvet Lewis November 18, 2019

    I going to miss her, I meet her in Philadelphia and we talk about me. She sang a song to me and I just want to tell her that my surgery went well. I Love you and keep the love song coming.

  12. Swirly November 20, 2019

    Fantasia is a vet whose always performing. I’m not knocking her decision to no longer do headlining tours. You have to do what’s best for you. And by the way: due to demand, she added more shows to her current tour.

  13. Levetia Ewing April 18, 2020

    Hello I would like to know if there’s any possible chance that you start back up will it be gospel

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