5 things to know when going to see Megan Thee Stallion in concert

Megan Thee Stallion (Photo credit: 2020 Photography // Courage Osadolor)

As “Hot Girl Summer” transitions to “Hot Girl Fall,” Megan Thee Stallion is hitting stages across the country for the Legendary Nights Tour. Rappers Future and Meek Mill co-headline the tour with featured artists Megan Thee Stallion, DJ Mustard and YG.

From the looks of the tour, from Chicago to Houston, here is what you should anticipate when attending a Megan Thee Stallion concert.

Hotties are not allowed to remain seated. When Thee Stallion walks out on stage, it is officially “Hot Girl” time. All hotties are called to stand for whatever she is going to bring during that “Hot Girl” season.

Dancing is a must. Something that Thee Stallion is known for other than her music is her dance moves. From social media posts, music videos, and now the concert stage, she is twerking all across the country.

Expect to play a game. On her latest album, Thee Stallion has a song named after a classic childhood game, “Simon Says,” so it’s only right that she plays the game during the show. The catch is to see which fan can match Thee Stallion’s  level of twerking when “Simon Says.”

The entire audience is her friend. Through her many Instagram videos, Megan is known for saying “hey, friend” to many of the people who are around her. Whether they are fellow artists, a fan steering a boat or even an actual compatriot, they are all friends of hers.

It’s all about the hot girls. Throughout the Hot Girl Summer movement, Thee Stallion has been all about women embracing their authentic selves and doing what makes them happy. Guys are welcome to participate in the hot girl festivities, but the show is mainly about the women.



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