SoMo: The Reservations Tour Featuring Caye Is Here March 22

Tickets On Sale Friday

Thursday, December 14, 2017

SoMo: The Reservations Tour featuring Caye comes to the Signal on Thursday, March 22. Doors open at 7 p.m., and the show is at 8:30 p.m. 

Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 the day of the show, plus applicable fees and are available at the venue box office and at www.ticketfly.com, or by phone at  877-4FLY-TIX. Tickets for this event go on sale Friday at 10 a.m.

Review for SoMo: The Reservations Tour:

Selling out shows across the country and achieving multiplatinum success by paving a path of his own, SoMo has quietly emerged as R&B's most successful underground superstar. Now, it's time for the world to properly meet the Dallas, TX singer and songwriter born Joseph Somers-Morales on his second full-length album, 'The Answers' [Republic Records]. 

"Over the past two years, I really dialed in all of the different aspects of who I am as a man and tried to represent every facet in the music, production, and lyrics," he exclaims. "This is the evolution of SoMo. I've seen so much of the world and come back to Texas. I'm really telling my story." 

It's been nothing short of a whirlwind for the artist since the 2014 release of his self-titled debut, 'SoMo.' The record clinched #1 on iTunes Overall Top Albums Chart, and the hit single "Ride" earned an RIAA double-platinum certification. Between sold out headline tours and collaborations with everyone from Jeremih, Ty Dolla $ign, The-Dream, and Trey Songz to Kirko Bangz, Vigiland, Rebel, and Tricky Stewart, SoMo put impressive numbers on the board, selling 393K albums and counting and 4 million singles in addition to amassing 290 million streams. His 2015 mixtape, 'My Life II,' went Top 10 on Billboard's Top R&B albums chart as he appeared on VH-1's "Big Morning Buzz," "The Arsenio Hall Show," and BET's "106 & Park."




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