Feid’s U.S. Tour Is Selling Out Fast – Here’s How Fans Are Reacting

Lead Photo: Photo by Sebastian Sanchez.
Photo by Sebastian Sanchez.
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Tickets for Feid’s first U.S. tour went on sale this morning (Oct. 5), and his concerts began selling out in minutes. Many fans are taking to Twitter to express their disappointment over not securing their tickets.

Since the early release of Feliz Cumpleaños Ferxxo Te Pirateamos El Álbum last month, Feid’s career has reached a new peak in his career. The Colombian singer and frequent collaborator of big names like J Balvin, Maluma, and Karol G is finally getting his own shine. The LP became his first to enter the top 10 of Billboard’s Latin Albums chart when it reached No. 8 last week. The album also impressively cracked the all-genre Billboard 200 chart at No. 188.

Off the momentum of his new album, Feid announced his first headlining trek of the U.S., called U.S. Trip, earlier this week. The 14-date tour starts up in Atlanta, GA, on Oct. 14 and ends in Los Angeles, CA, on Nov. 25. The tickets for the tour went on sale this morning, and the dates have instantly sold out. Feid’s name started trending on Twitter from fans expressing their frustration over not getting tickets.

Many fans on social media were wondering how Feid’s tour sold out so quickly as an underrated artist. “Im glad Feid is finally getting the recognition he deserves but damn who tf actually got tickets?  I’m hurt,” wrote one fan. “No way I didn’t get feid tickets,,,, you b**ches weren’t even talking about him before, f**k yall!!!!” wrote another fan. 



Feid’s concerts selling out and leaving many fans empty-handed also inspired a few hilarious memes. One fan shared a picture of Squidward from “SpongeBob SquarePants” in tears, while another fan posted a photo of a dog swagged out in Feid’s fashion.




There’s no word yet if Feid will add second shows to each tour date. Last week, he released an EP with remixes of his song “Nieve” done by Armand Van Helden, Benny Benassi, and Good Times Ahead, to name a few producers.