R&B trio Mindless Behavior has announced their “#NoParentsAllowed” tour Presented by Ones To Watch and Sponsored by Alcatel in support of their latest studio album, #OfficialMBMusic, released this summer on Conjunction Entertainment/ADA.

The group kicked off the summer with the release of their single “#iWantDat” featuring West Coast rappers Problem and Bad Lucc. To-date, the song has garnered over three million views on Vevo. The upcoming tour will mark the first tour for its newest members E.J. and Mike River and is the most anticipated since its 2012 tour that was chronicled in the breakout concert movie “Mindless Behavior: All Around the World” with Awesomeness TV.

Tickets are available for purchase HERE.

The #OfficialMBMusic album marks the return of the swagged-up and soulful R&B trio who have elevated and expanded on their patented sound. It’s a sound that turned millions into fans when the group officially arrived in 2011 with their major label debut, #1 Girl. In addition to bowing at #7 on the Billboard Top 200, the debut record yielded hits such as “Mrs. Right” feat. Diggy Simmons and “#1 Girl,” which would collectively surpass 5.5 million ringtones and 845,000 single sales. 2013’s All Around the World, was a joint release including an album and concert film that became one of the most prominent box office releases by a YouTube channel. The buzz helped the sophomore album top Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and land at #6 on the Top 200.

Alcatel and their all-new IDOL 4, along with Cricket Wireless are the exclusive mobile handset, VR accessories partner, and wireless provider of Ones to Watch; leveraging this platform as an opportunity for fans across the country to discover Alcatel and IDOL 4 with VR Experience. As part of their partnership, brand ambassadors for Alcatel will be on-site at select tour stops to provide an opportunity for fans to have a hands-on viewing experience with the IDOL 4 and Alcatel Virtual Reality goggles.

MB Tour Dates

Check out the full list of dates below:
Nov 9 – Greensboro/Cone Denim Entertainment Center
Nov 10 – Charlotte/The Fillmore
Nov 11 – Raleigh/The Ritz
Nov 12 – Atlanta/Tabernacle
Nov 15 – Orlando/House of Blues
Nov 17 – New Orleans/House of Blues
Nov 18 – Houston/House of Blues
Nov 19 – Dallas/House of Blues
Nov 20 – San Antonio/Aztec Theater
Nov 23 – Los Angeles/Hollywood Palladium
Nov 25 – Oakland/Paramount Theatre
Nov 29 – Denver/Summit Music Hall
Dec 1 – St Paul/Myth
Dec 2 – Chicago/House of Blues
Dec 3 – Madison/Orpheum Theatre
Dec 4 – Indianapolis/Deluxe
Dec 7 – Cleveland/House of Blues
Dec 9 – Toronto/Sound Academy
Dec 10 – Detroit/The Fillmore
Dec 12 – Boston/House of Blues
Dec 13 – NYC/Irving Plaza
Dec 16 – Silver Spring/The Fillmore
Dec 17 – Philadelphia/Tower Theater