Chris Brown’s 2019 tour stops in Pittsburgh this fall |

Chris Brown’s 2019 tour stops in Pittsburgh this fall

Patrick Varine
R&B entertainer Chris Brown recently released cover art for his ninth studio album, "Indigo."
R&B entertainer Chris Brown recently released cover art for his ninth studio album, "Indigo."

Following his successful “Heartbreak on a Full Moon” 2018 tour, R&B singer and entertainer Chris Brown will bring his “Indigoat” 2019 tour to Pittsburgh in the fall.

Brown will perform Sept. 24 at PPG Paints Arena, accompanied by Tory Lanez, Ty Dolla $ign, Joyner Lucas and Yella Beezy.

The tour is named for Brown’s ninth studio album, “Indigo,” due out June 28 and featuring Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj, G-Eazy, Juicy J and more.

The album’s latest single featuring Drake, “No Guidance,” is currently available on a wide variety of music platforms.

Tickets for the tour go on sale Friday at noon at

Brown has been in repeated legal trouble since pleading guilty to the felony assault in 2009 of his then-girlfriend, Rihanna. He completed his probation in that case in 2015, but has continued to have run-ins with police.

French police detained Brown and two others in January on potential charges of aggravated rape and drug infractions. The Paris prosecutor’s office said Tuesday the “preliminary investigation” is still ongoing, according to the Associated Press.

Brown was freed to leave France without being charged, pending further investigation, the AP reports.

Patrick Varine is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Patrick at 724-850-2862, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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