Suicide Boys Dallas

$uicideboy$ have announced the 2023 edition of their Grey Day tour, which will have them out in arenas and amphitheatres all over this US this summer and fall, with support from Ghostemane, City Morgue, Freddie Dredd, Sematary, and Ramirez, varying by show. See all dates below.The first two parts of $uicideboy$’ four-part conceptual EP series, the Yin Yang Tapes, are out now, with Fall Season and Winter Season out on May 19 and 26, respectively. Stream Spring Season and Summer Season below.

The tour includes an NYC show at Madison Square Garden on September 13, which features all five openers. Tickets go on sale Friday, May 19 at 10 AM local, with various presales starting Thursday, May 18 at 10 AM.
Grey Five Nine is a record label founded by the New Orleans rap duo $uicideboy$ and San Francisco based rapper Ramirez in 2013. As of 2021 there are 6 artists signed under the label: $uicideBoy$, Ramirez, Germ, Night Lovell, Shakewell and Chetta.In July 2019, the duo started their first nationwide “Grey Day Tour”, with guests Germ, City Morgue, Trash Talk, Denzel Curry, Shoreline Mafia, Night Lovell, Pouya, and Turnstile as openers. The tour started with a show on July 24, 2019, at the WaMu Theater in Seattle, Washington, and ended on August 23, 2019, after a show at the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles, California.

Suicideboys’ underground breakthrough came with the release of 2015 EP $outh $ide $uicide, a collaboration with established South Florida rapper Pouya, which thrust the duo into the underground rap spotlight. As of May 2023, the track has over 166 million plays on the streaming platform Spotify alone. The duo’s first foray onto the mainstream music charts came with the release of Radical $uicide in the summer of 2016. The five-track EP, produced by EDM musician Getter, peaked at number 17 on the Billboard Rap charts.Arceneaux has a history of drug addiction, including heroin. However, he claims to have been sober since February 2019. Arceneaux has stated that he maintains his sobriety by attending 12-Step programs and therapy sessions.Suicideboys (stylized as $uicideboy$) are an American hip hop duo from New Orleans, Louisiana, founded in 2014 by cousins Ruby da Cherry and Scrim (stylized as $crim). Via the music sharing platform SoundCloud, the duo rose to popularity for their abrasive, self-produced beats, as well as their harsh lyrical content and themes prominently featuring substance abuse and suicidal ideation. They own and operate their own label, G*59 Records, under which all of their music is distributed by Virgin Music Label & Artist Services.A large portion of their music focuses on depression and its symptoms, an angle not often received in mainstream hip hop; Arceneaux elaborated on this in an interview with Mass Appeal, stating, “A lot of people take it as emo, or depressed music, or negative music… it’s really just connecting. It’s therapy, through music”.

In May 2019, the group put this rumor to rest with the release of their six-track EP Live Fast, Die Whenever in collaboration with Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, and prominently featuring Korn guitarist James Shaffer.
In September 2016, Canadian DJ and record producer Deadmau5 accused the duo of copyright infringement following the success of their song Antarctica (off of the 2016 mixtape Dark Side of the Clouds). The song samples parts of Deadmau5’s “I Remember”, with Kaskade; the DJ lambasted the duo for this, claiming that Suicideboys were “publicizing other people’s intellectual property without consent”. The song, which had been out since January and subsequently reached millions of plays on both YouTube and SoundCloud, was taken down by Suicideboys on both platforms and no further action was taken. However, in time for their upcoming Grey Day Tour 2021, Antarctica was cleared for streaming after nearly four years of being off streaming services in September 2021.

The duo’s first project together, a three-track EP named Kill Yourself Part I: The $uicide $aga, was released in June 2014 on SoundCloud and Bandcamp, attracting attention for their collaboration with notable underground rapper Bones. In the following months, the duo released a further nine iterations of the Kill Yourself series. After a number of collaboration EPs with fellow underground artist Black Smurf, their first full-length project titled Gray/Grey was released on March 3, 2015.Arceneaux and Petrou are maternal cousins, and as such shared a close relationship growing up. Realizing that both were interested in taking a musical career seriously, and both dissatisfied with the direction of their lives, the two formed Suicideboys, making a pact that if their musical career didn’t work out, they would both commit suicide. Elaborating on this in an interview with Mass Appeal, Arceneaux states that “it was pretty much like cutting the hand, bleeding, and making a pact that there’s no plan B, that if this doesn’t happen by the time we’re 30, I’m blowing my head off”. On March 26, 2023, Arceneaux posted a teaser hinting towards the release of their “YIN YANG TAPES” series, which takes elements from 90’s Memphis rap. This teaser was followed up more than a month later on May 5, 2023, with the release of the first Yin Yang Tape EP, “YIN YANG TAPES: Spring Season (1989-1990)”. The second addition to the series, “YIN YANG TAPES: Summer Season (1989-1990)”, was released on May 12, 2023, featuring Ghostemane on the track “Bloody 98″. The third addition to the series,”YIN YANG TAPES: Fall Season(1989-1990)”, was released on May 19, 2023, featuring Freddie Dredd on the track “Provolone & Heroin”. The fourth and (presumed) final track in the series ,”YIN YANG TAPES: Winter Season (1989-1990)”, was released on May 26, 2023. Scrim was born Scott Anthony Arceneaux Jr. on April 11, 1989, in Marrero, Louisiana. Arceneaux originally was inspired by T-Pain and Kanye West to produce music, buying his first laptop which he used to start DJing with money gained from selling drugs. Arceneaux’s passion for DJing extended when he started to attend Delgado Community College, where he was hired to DJ parties. He also worked selling used furniture, getting fired for his new hand tattoos after three years.In July 2022, the third studio album and 47th project from the duo, “Sing Me a Lullaby, My Sweet Temptation”, its tracklist and covers were all announced on June 2, 2022, via an Instagram post made by both of the Boy$.

What does GREY 59 mean?
Grey Five Nine is a record label founded by the New Orleans rap duo $uicideboy$ and San Francisco based rapper Ramirez in 2013. As of 2021 there are 6 artists signed under the label: $uicideBoy$, Ramirez, Germ, Night Lovell, Shakewell and Chetta.
The music of Suicideboys varies between different subgenres of rap; while some songs have melancholy tones with lyrical content that focuses on subjects such as depression and suicidal ideation (topics not widely exposed in rap music), others are wildly aggressive, with themes of violence and sexual content. Some of their music is based around life growing up in New Orleans; song titles such as Audubon, Tulane, Elysian Fields and St. Bernard reflect streets and neighborhoods that influenced the life of Arceneaux and Petrou.Arceneaux and Petrou are quite secretive when it comes to their personal lives. However, they both refer to women they have dated in their songs, most notably CLYDE (I Hope at Least One of My Ex-Girlfriends Hears This).

On September 7, 2018, their debut studio album I Want to Die in New Orleans was released. A statement posted by the duo’s official Instagram account stated, “We started recording this album at the beginning of 2017. Initially, we wanted to write about our experiences on the road and express how our lives had become slightly more extravagant.”

What happened to Suicideboys?
In August 2021, after a hiatus of over a year, the duo released their second studio album Long Term Effects of Suffering. The album was received well by their fans while being divisive in general media.
There is a clear Three 6 Mafia influence in much of their music, with many earlier Suicideboys songs using samples from the group’s songs, most notably in Mask & Da Glock. While the use of Three 6 Mafia has been met with reservations by some of its former members, particularly Gangsta Boo, it has been embraced by others; founding member Juicy J has been vocal about his support and mentorship of Suicideboys and enlisted the duo to produce his mixtapes Highly Intoxicated and ShutDaF*kUp, featuring artists such as ASAP Rocky, Cardi B, Wiz Khalifa, and XXXTentacion.

Ruby da Cherry was born Aristos Norman Petrou on April 22, 1990, to an American mother and Greek Cypriot father Pavlos Petrou, a former association football head coach at Mount Carmel Academy who arrived in the country after obtaining an athletic scholarship to the University of New Orleans. Raised in Metairie, Louisiana, Petrou’s interest in music began when he was seven, playing violin and then drums when he was ten, eventually joining bands in middle school. He worked at his father’s restaurant as a waiter, a job he held until 2015. His experience with the punk rock scene continued as he joined the band Vapo-Rats as its drummer; however, disillusioned with the apathy his bandmates showed towards the future of the band, Petrou left in order to pursue a career in hip-hop with Arceneaux.Suicideboys have gained a cult following in the hip-hop scene, in part due to their niche subject matter involving subjects scarcely seen in rap such as suicidal ideation, anti-religion, and depression. As of May 2023, their most viewed music video on YouTube is for their song Paris, with 180 million views. Their most streamed song on Spotify as of May 2023, is …And to Those I Love, Thanks for Sticking Around with 514 million streams. The duo were featured in Billboard’s list titled “Billboard Dance’s 15 Artists to Watch in 2017”.

Arceneaux is a former opioid addict, claiming in his No Jumper interview that he would lure people to him on Craigslist in order to rob them just to feed his addiction.
Before Suicideboys, Arceneaux was an aspiring solo hip-hop artist, releasing several mixtapes under the name Scrim. These include Narcotics Anonymous, #DrugFlow and Patron Saint of Everything Totally Fucked, all of which were released before the group’s formation in 2014. Arceneaux has also worked as an in-house producer for Universal/Republic, producing several songs for artists, including one song that was commercially successful. In 2020, Arceneaux released his first solo album since the formation of $uicideboy$. The album, A Man Rose from the Dead, received mixed reviews among fans.In August 2021, after a hiatus of over a year, the duo released their second studio album Long Term Effects of Suffering. The album was received well by their fans while being divisive in general media. Shortly after the release of the album, the duo began the Grey Day Tour 2021 along with other members of G*59, and with other artists, like Slowthai, Turnstile, and Yung Gravy.

Where is the suicide boys in Dallas?
American Airlines Center Suicide Boys at American Airlines Center The punk scene influence is unmistakably seen with the duos high energy flow and aggressive delivery in their songs. Cached
On November 27, 2022, the duo alongside fellow G59 member, Germ, announced DirtiestNastiest$uicide, a third and final addition to their DN$ trilogy. They also announced the release date for the EP to be on December 16, 2022. On December 1, 2022, they released a single for the upcoming EP called “My Swisher Sweet, But My Sig Sauer”. On December 16, 2022, the duo officially released DirtiestNastiest$uicide to streaming services, and lyric videos to their YouTube.Petrou has released two solo mixtapes under the name Oddy Nuff da Snow Leopard; The Jefe Tape in 2012 and Pluto in 2014. Pluto contained the first collaboration between Arceneaux and Petrou on a commercial project; Arceneaux was featured on the song Smoke a Sack.

On May 19, 2023, the duo announced the 4th year of their annual tour “Grey Day” to go from August 25, 2023, to October 30, 2023. Grey Day 2023 brings other artists Ramirez, City Morgue, Ghostemane, Freddie Dredd, and Sematary.
The duo is considered one of the most popular acts in the underground rap scene and is also considered to have a cult following. After several years of solely releasing EPs and mixtapes, Suicideboys’ debut studio album I Want to Die in New Orleans was released on September 7, 2018. It fared well commercially, becoming their first top-ten album on the US Billboard 200. In May 2019, they released their collaborative six-track EP with Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker entitled Live Fast, Die Whenever, which also featured Korn guitarist James Shaffer.Suicideboys have come under much criticism from mainstream music critics for their often abrasive and offensive image, including their name, lyrical content, and behavior. Many of their songs contain themes and insinuations of devil worship; however, as Arceneaux states in an interview with Adam Grandmaison, their use of satanic imagery is simply a metonym for the negative effects of money, drugs, and other items that have the potential to manipulate people.

What legal issues did Suicideboys have?
In documents from June 25 obtained by XXL, the site has learned Three 6 Mafia has filed a copyright infringement against New Orleans-based group SuicideBoys. The suit alleges the group illegally sampled and stole about 35 tracks belonging to the Academy Award-winning group.
In late 2018, a rumor arose that the group had broken up following a series of ominous tweets. However, they soon clarified that the tweets were in relation to “personal issues” facing Arceneaux and that they had in fact not broken up.On December 13, 2022, the duo announced a European Tour to go from March 6, 2023, to March 26, 2023. The tour featured other artists, like Ski Mask the Slump God, and other G59 artists, like Germ, Shakewell, and Chetta.

In November 2021, the duo was awarded their first RIAA platinum single, as their hit song “…And to Those I Love, Thanks for Sticking Around” reached one million sales.
Excluding occasional guest producers and usage of purchased instrumental loops, the entirety of Suicideboys’ discography is self-produced, mainly by Arceneaux under his pseudonym Budd Dwyer (an homage to the former politician of the same name). Arceneaux has produced tracks for multiple artists, including Denzel Curry, Dash, and Juicy J; additionally, he states that he once held an in-house deal with Universal/Republic.Suicide Boys American Airlines Center – TX floor seats can provide a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Often, floor seats/front row seats can be some of the most expensive tickets at a show. Sometimes Vivid Seats offers VIP Suicide Boys meet and greet tickets, which can cost more than front row seats or floor tickets. The maximum price tickets for Suicide Boys could be front row or center stage tickets.

The setlist for the Suicide Boys Dallas concert at American Airlines Center – TX should feature some of the most memorable songs from Suicide Boys mixed in with some more recent work. The Suicide Boys Dallas setlist may be slightly different than the list of songs performed at other Suicide Boys shows.

On Suicide Boys tours, there are usually numerous options for fans to check out Suicide Boys in person, whether for the Suicide Boys American Airlines Center – TX show in Dallas on Oct 4 or in nearby tour stops. If you can’t make the Suicide Boys Dallas concert, check our Suicide Boys page for a full list of tour stops.
The next Suicide Boys Dallas show will take place at American Airlines Center – TX. Fans of Rap/Hip Hop and all music fans across the Dallas area might enjoy being in the crowd at American Airlines Center – TX for the Suicide Boys show.Ghostemane was amazing. The preformer before him was a little iffy,but over all hella good time. I will come back when ghostemane preforms again or any artist that catch my attention$uicideboy$ for life. Sf show was lit as fuck!They finna shit on the rest of these wack ass rappers. Buffet Boys . Healthy Boyz . Flatbush Zombies . The Underachievers

Are the Suicideboys sober?
$uicideboy$ Aristos “Ruby da Cherry” Petrou and Scott “$crim” Arceneaux Jr. often discuss substance use in their music; however, the duo is now in recovery after they each experienced their own long battles with addiction. “I was going to go to the grave before I ever got sober.
Seit der Gründung 2014 sind bis heute über 40 Projekte der Gruppe erschienen, inklusive EPs und Mixtapes. Mit der EP Radical $uicide gelang ihnen im Jahr 2016 die Platzierung auf Platz 17 in den Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop-Album-Charts.$crim (* 11. April 1989, bürgerlich Scott Arceneaux Jr.) und Ruby Da Cherry (* 22. April 1990, bürgerlich Aristos Norman Petrou) sind Cousins und kommen aus New Orleans.

In ihren Liedern rappen die Suicideboys über ihr durch eine schwere Kindheit und Drogensucht geprägtes Leben und oft auch über Depressionen, Suizid und Tod. Auf Konzerten sprechen sie oft über ihre Erfahrungen und wollen damit Fans, welche ebenfalls mit solchen Problemen kämpfen, vermitteln, dass sie nicht alleine sind und stark sein sollen. Auch die Beziehung zu den Fans gilt als offen und herzlich, beispielsweise gaben sie während der Global Epidemic Tour 2017 in Köln um 3 Uhr nachts eine spontane Zugabe, nachdem das Konzert wegen technischen Problemen ausgefallen war.
$crim fing ebenfalls im Alter von 13 Jahren an, als DJ Musik zu machen. Dies setzte er fort, bis er etwa 19 Jahre alt war und, inspiriert durch Rapper und Musik-Produzent T-Pain, anfing selbst Musik zu produzieren. $crim arbeitete 3 Jahre lang als Möbelverkäufer, bis er wegen seiner Tattoos entlassen wurde. Außerdem war er als Drogendealer tätig. Zu dieser Zeit veröffentlichte er mehrere Mixtapes, aber auch hier blieb der Erfolg aus.

Ruby ist im „7th ward“ Distrikt aufgewachsen und gründete mit 13 Jahren seine erste Punk-Band. Über 12 Jahre hinweg spielte er verschiedene Instrumente in verschiedenen Bands. Unter anderem war er bei den „Vapo-Rats“ Schlagzeuger. Der große Erfolg blieb jedoch aus. Er arbeitete im Restaurant seines Vaters, bis er mit $crim erfolgreich wurde. 2013 schloss er sein Studium an der Hochschule für Musik und bildende Kunst der Loyola University New Orleans mit dem Titel Bachelor of Science ab.Im Mai 2019 veröffentlichten sie die gemeinsam mit Travis Barker, dem Schlagzeuger der Band blink-182, aufgenommene EP Live Fast Die Whenever. Viele der Songs weisen deutliche Einflüsse von Punkmusik auf, was an Rubys frühere Bands erinnert. An drei Liedern ist einer der Korn-Gitarristen James „Munky“ Shaffer beteiligt. Das Album wurde von der Presse als gelungene Verschmelzung der beiden Genres gelobt, wobei jedoch kritisiert wurde, dass die Instrumente im nach wie vor trap-lastigen Mix untergingen.

Ende 2015 gingen die Suicideboys mit der Greyscale Tour, zusammen mit Künstlern wie Rvmirxz, Black Smurf und JGRXXN, erstmals auf Tour. Anfang 2016 ging es weiter mit der $outh $ide $uicide Tour mit Pouya, Fat Nick, Germ, XXXTentacion, Craig Xen und weiteren Künstlern. Vor allem durch das gemeinsame Touren mit anderen erfolgreicheren Künstlern stieg ihr Bekanntheitsgrad erheblich. Es folgten weitere Touren und zahlreiche Auftritte, auch in Europa und Ozeanien. So traten sie 2017 unter anderem auf dem Splash!-Festival in Deutschland, dem Woo Hah! Festival in den Niederlanden sowie auf dem Blockfest in Tampere, Finnland auf.

Im Dezember 2017 sollte ihr Debütalbum I Don’t Want To Die In New Orleans erscheinen, jedoch wurde die Veröffentlichung verschoben, da das Album noch nicht fertig war. Im Juli 2018 kündigte das Duo dann an, das Album werde mit dem Titel I Want to Die in New Orleans erscheinen, da sie nach den vielen Konzerten des letzten Jahres gemerkt hätten, dass Erfolg und Geld niemals glücklich macht. Wenige Tage später wurde die I Want To Die In New Orleans Tour mit zwei Konzerten in Deutschland angekündigt, auf welchen das Album zum ersten Mal live zu hören sein wird. Schlussendlich wurde das Album am 7. September 2018 veröffentlicht.
Beide Cousins strebten nach Erfolg in der Musikindustrie. Ruby, geplagt von Depressionen, und $crim, drogenabhängig, arbeitslos und ebenfalls depressiv, schlossen einen Pakt, dass sie Selbstmord begehen würden, wären sie mit 30 Jahren noch nicht erfolgreich. Daraufhin gründeten sie zusammen das Label G*59 Records.Die $uicideboy$ sind eine US-amerikanische Hip-Hop-Gruppe mit Wurzeln in New Orleans. Mitglieder sind die beiden Cousins Ruby Da Cherry und $lick Sloth ($crim), die seit 2014 zusammen als $uicideboy$ arbeiten und schnell an Popularität gewonnen haben.

Das Duo möchte nicht mit dem Genre Horrorcore in Verbindung gestellt werden, wie der Titel „Stop Calling Us Horrorcore“ aus dem Album „Radical $uicide“ aussagt. Stattdessen nennen sie ihr Genre „Shadow Rap“ (dt.: „Schatten-Rap“), da es, nach ihrer Aussage, ein Genre ist, welches bei zu viel Licht nicht existieren kann.”Defendants’ infringing songs have garnered millions of streams on, Spotify, Soundcloud and Apple Music,” the documents read, “for which they have received royalties payments.”

The two groups have worked together on multiple occasions. According to the documents, an associate of DJ Paul once offered the younger group $500 per show to open for Paul. They rejected the opportunity. In 2017, Juicy J claimed to be making a mixtape with Suicideboys, sharing videos of each other working in the studio.
Three 6 Mafia’s attorneys claim that Suicideboys illegally used elements from their songs “Mask and Da Glock,” “Mafia Niggaz,” and “Smoked Out Loced Out” for their tracks titled “Ma$k and da Glock,” “Smoked Out, Loced Out,” and “BREAKDALAW2K16.” Each of the younger group’s tracks feature the same instrumental as their Three 6 counterparts.In documents from June 25 obtained by XXL, the site has learned Three 6 Mafia has filed a copyright infringement against New Orleans-based group SuicideBoys. The suit alleges the group illegally sampled and stole about 35 tracks belonging to the Academy Award-winning group.Suicideboys deny illegally sampling the songs, and also claim that Juicy J and DJ Paul don’t even own copyrights for most of the songs they’re accused of stealing from. Additionally, they claim Juicy J verbally approved clearances of any Three 6 Mafia samples in exchange for production services, unpublished beats, and creative contributions to two Juicy J mixtapes. Juicy J allegedly never presented any document transferring rights to creative contributions.ALL AGES – Fans under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a legal guardian/adult who is 18+. A ticket is required for entry into the event for all event attendees. Relentless Beats, Universatile Music, & AEG presents $UICIDEBOY$ – GREY DAY TOUR 2023 on Friday, October 6, 2023 at Phoenix Raceway in Avondale, AZ. This show is All Ages. Make sure your kids have memorized key phone numbers, in case they lose their phones or use up battery power while taking video. Make sure their cell phones are fully charged. Bring cash. Sunblock. Tissues (rest rooms often run out of toilet paper…). And ear plugs! Seriously, hearing damage will be their biggest risk at any ordinary concert.

Power outages, unexpected thunderstorms, a sudden illness or injury affecting a performer — any number of situations might force an abrupt cancellation of a concert. Know where the emergency exits are. Know where the security guards are. Stay calm, stay together, don’t push or get pushed.In my concert-reviewing days, parents often called me to ask about different venues or acts. Would it be OK to let their 10-year-old go to a concert alone?Some tours, like the Warped Festival, offer an “adult daycare” option, allowing parents to stay on site in a specific area if they haven’t bought their own tickets.

Where is the bottom district in Dallas?
Location: ‘The Bottom’ is a 126-acre neighborhood, located between Interstate-35E to the west, Corinth Street to the east, Eighth Street to the south and the Trinity River Floodplain to the north.
If that idea mortifies your 14-year-old, buy tickets a row or two behind her and her friends, so that you’re there if they need you, but not on top of them.Decide where your kids should meet if they get separated from you or their friends. Size up the venue before the music begins. This is especially important at festivals, clubs, or other general-admission concerts where everybody tends to wander.

This may sound paranoid, but after 9/11, my family designated one out-of-state relative as our “coordinator.” In case of terrorism or another huge emergency, we would all try to check in with this cousin so that we could be accounted for, even if local phone lines were jammed. Nowadays, social media and texting make it easier to track down people in real time, but there is still value in checking in with one person who will not be at the concert.
“If you see something, say something.” Stay alert to suspicious behavior, as well as self-destructive behavior. If the heavy-drinking dude or substance-ingesting lady behind you looks close to throwing up or passing out, keep out of the way. And do these people a favor and alert an usher or guard that someone might need medical help. Likewise, remind your teens to keep an eye on their wallets and bags, water bottles or sodas, and tell them to never accept a drink or a snack from a stranger.When you decide they are old enough to see a concert without you, make sure they go with friends so they can keep an eye out for each other. It is not cool for a teenager to say, “I want to check out this show and see who’s around.” He should know in advance which friends are going. Ideally, they should all go together.

The urban structure and guidelines area plan was developed using a collaborative, community-based process under the guidance of the Dallas Citydesign Studio. The plan proposes a set of goals for stakeholders of the Bottom. The plan includes detailed guidance for development of public areas to help foster private development as well as priorities for these public realm improvements. The overall Study Area is sub-divided into five ‘Area Visions’, based on each area’s future development characteristics​.
The Vision represents a resilient path forward for this community engaged initiative, allowing for growth and maintained character, as well as design guidance for connectivity to future and existing park amenities, walkable streets and a recommended residential architectural form that speaks to reinforcing a sense of community.’The Bottom’ is a 126-acre neighborhood, located between Interstate-35E to the west, Corinth Street to the east, Eighth Street to the south and the Trinity River Floodplain to the north.

Other plan in the area includes the Trinity River Corridor Comprehensive Land Use Plan. It is an important tool for the individuals and organizations that make decisions affecting the Trinity River Corridor. Its broad vision describes the character this corridor should have in the future.
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Tickets for Suicideboys shows in Dallas start at $77.00, and average $133.00. However, prices can vary based on the date of show, seat selection, tour guests, and many other factors.
When Suicideboys performs in Dallas, concerts are typically held at American Airlines Center, which seats 18584, Dos Equis Pavilion, which seats 20111, or House of Blues – Dallas, which seats 1000. For more concerts in Dallas, browse our Dallas concerts tickets or take a look at the upcoming events at the venues mentioned above.

“I used to be happy when I was high. Now I’m happy when I’m sober. No judgement to anyone. Be gentle with yourself,” Nicki Minaj tweeted in April 2022. “I don’t drink. I’ve never tried a drug,” Blake Lively told Allure in 2012. “It’s not like I decided on these strict lifestyle choices and I’m enforcing them. It’s just something that I genuinely don’t have a desire for.” At only eight years old, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson was dealing drugs, but has still never used them. He explained to Piers Morgan in 2011 that seeing how the repeated use of drugs and alcohol affected his family members encouraged him to stay away from it. Following an experience with alcohol that caused him to become paranoid, he now avoids even casual drinking.“Haven’t had a single sip of alcohol in 2021. Going the rest of the year without it. Maybe I’ll never take another sip, who knows? My favorite vice was definitely drinking (I don’t like to smoke) but if I learned anything this year it’s that I don’t need it,” he wrote.

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“To people who are struggling right now, recovery starts with being honest with yourself, and then seeking help. The natural tendency as someone with active addiction is to hide, to lie, to manipulate. It is a disease of secrecy, shame and guilt. It’s cunning, baffling and powerful. It’s so important that we’re honest with ourselves and with our loved ones,” he said. “We are not responsible for the disease, but we’re responsible for what we do about it.” In 2020, Ruby experienced something similar after an intervention by the $uicideboy$ team. “I try to look at the good things that I do have in my life, and I realize through my addictions and through rehab that the majority of my problems stemmed from self-pity, feeling sorry for myself and thinking that I had it the worst in the world,” he said. In a December 2021 Twitter video celebrating 19 years sober, Brand thanked those who helped him throughout his road to sobriety and expressed his belief in recovery from substance use.

Are Suicideboys touring in 2023?
$uicideboy$ have announced the 2023 edition of their Grey Day tour, which will have them out in arenas and amphitheatres all over this US this summer and fall, with support from Ghostemane, City Morgue, Freddie Dredd, Sematary, and Ramirez, varying by show. See all dates below.
In December 2020, Cyrus celebrated more than five weeks in recovery, and explained to Rolling Stone what made her start abstaining from alcohol after treatment for drug addiction years before.Her more than ten-years of sobriety came after a bad experience at the 2009 Golden Globes, during which she drank too much champagne and, according to her, “said some sh-t she shouldn’t have said.”

“I have friends who can smoke weed, swill gin, even do crack and then merrily get on with their lives. For me, this is not an option. I will relinquish all else to ride that buzz to oblivion. Even if it began as a timid glass of chardonnay on a ponce’s yacht, it would end with me necking the bottle, swimming to shore and sprinting to Bethnal Green in search of a crack house,” he wrote. “I look to drugs and booze to fill up a hole in me; unchecked, the call of the wild is too strong.
“I’m sick of waking up with a dry throat, sick of feeling bloated, I’m sick of the decisions I make on it,” he said. “I’m in my well-oiled-machine era. Because I can see my future right in front of me. And I feel there’s so many people counting on me outside of myself.”A graduate of Tennessee Technological University, Porterfield began writing for Landmark Recovery in January of 2023. Previously a technical writer, she made the change to copywriting in an effort to use her voice to reduce the stigma around substance use disorders.

“Actually, one of the reasons I got sober was I had just turned 26, and I said, ‘I got to pull my[self] together before I’m 27, because 27 is the time you cross over that threshold into living or dying a legend. I didn’t want to not make it through being 27. I didn’t want to join that club,” she said. “Probably about halfway into 26, I got sober. Then by 27 [November 2019] , I was pretty much fully sober. Then, like a lot of people during the pandemic, I fell off. It was really a struggle. Mental health and anxiety and all that. I lost myself there.”
In a 2021 Instagram Live, Minaj explained that she is often sick and is sensitive to anything that can trigger her allergies, so she avoids drugs like cocaine. Now, the “Pills N Potions” rap artist is “sober and loving life.”In February of 2020, Tyler Gregory Okonma aka Tyler, The Creator discussed his stance against drinking or doing drugs in an interview with Ken le Cafe. “I have an addictive personality, like where I wear the same outfit for a month and a half type sh-t. So me being aware of that, if I ended up liking alcohol or some sh-t, it would be the f-cking downfall of me,” he said. “‘Cause I would need it and I’m in a financial place where I can enable it myself, and I don’t ever want to be that guy, so I’m off it. I don’t even look at it.” In a January 2022 essay Ben Haggerty, aka Macklemore, disclosed that he had his first alcoholic drink at 14, and by 25 had progressed to using OxyContin. In his book Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter, 50 Cent shares that he abstains from both drugs and alcohol, despite having his own brand of cognac and champagne, then explains his strategy for doing so.

Unlike her wild Gossip Girl counterpart, Lively maintains a life of sobriety. While her husband Ryan Reynolds created his own brand of gin, she developed her own line of mixers specifically for mocktails.

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“I was going to go to the grave before I ever got sober. It takes a lot of work for me to stay sober. I was a real-deal drug addict, you know?” $crim said in an August 2022 interview with Alternative Press. “And it wasn’t just some little cute habit that I had to kick. I wish it was as easy as just waking up every day and making the choice. I’m involved in some 12-step programs that I do every day, and the people I trust to keep around me are a good support group.”Creating the mixer line, Betty Buzz, was Lively’s solution for minimizing the feelings of isolation that often accompany sobriety when participating in social events.

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In another interview for the cover of Fantastic Man magazine, he explained his disinterest in drinking. “Why haven’t you wrestled a tiger? I don’t know. I just don’t want to drink,” he said. “I know that I don’t want to be that drunk guy. But I do know I want to hit a jump on a dirt-bike. I can look at that and say, ‘I want to do that.’ I’ve never seen anyone drunk, like, ‘D-mn, I want to be that.’”

Aristos “Ruby da Cherry” Petrou and Scott “$crim” Arceneaux Jr. often discuss substance use in their music; however, the duo is now in recovery after they each experienced their own long battles with addiction.
“When I was in Costa Rica, somebody described the purpose of alcohol with plant medicine: you use alcohol to extract the essence of a plant. And I thought, ‘That is exactly how alcohol makes me feel. As though it is extracting my essence.’ Which is why I have avoided it for so long,” she said.“I have a lot of friends, or acquaintances in the industry who do coke,” she said. “I don’t judge them for it but I’ve never tried it, never wanted to, never asked them to. Especially in the fashion world, that’s so common and normal.”

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“I don’t drink because I don’t like the effects of alcohol, but I like being a part of it,” she told People Magazine in November 2021. “I found that sometimes not drinking, the thing that was interesting was that it was a little alienating, because you don’t feel — and maybe it’s just in your own head — but you just don’t really feel a part of it.”

“First I’ll pour drinks from a bottle of Champagne for everyone who is in VIP with me,” he writes. “When the bottle is empty, I’ll give it to one of my guys and have him quietly refill it with ginger ale. For the rest of the night I’ll have that bottle in my hand. I’ll take swigs every now and then just to keep the vibe right, but I’m not drinking anything but Canada Dry.”
When it comes to Hollywood, it’s more unusual to hear about a sober celebrity than one who uses drugs or drinks alcohol. Movie and pop star culture often goes beyond normalizing substance use and extends to glamorizing it, modeling drug and alcohol use as a common element of celebrity life. This lifestyle has not completely permeated Hollywood, however. Whether they’ve overcome an addiction in the past and are now in recovery or have never used any substances at all, many of today’s brightest stars have gone public with their abstinence or recovery.