Daniel Caesar Announces “Almost Enough: The Intimate Sessions” Tour

In celebration of the upcoming release of his highly anticipated new album NEVER ENOUGH on April 7th, today Multi-Platinum, GRAMMY Award-winning singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Daniel Caesar reveals “Almost Enough: The Intimate Sessions”. The tour will include once-in-a-lifetime shows in Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, Paris, London, and Berlin next month, where fans can see the critically acclaimed artist perform his new album live in intimate venues that take him back to his roots when he first began his career. See the full list of tour dates below.

Tickets for “Almost Enough: The Intimate Sessions” will go on sale via artist pre-sale on March 23rd at 10AM local time and via general on-sale on March 24th at 10AM local time.

Daniel Caesar’s third studio album NEVER ENOUGH features his recent singles “Let Me Go” and “Do You Like Me?” “Let Me Go” is currently sitting at #25 on the R&B Radio Chart, where it’s a greatest gainer this week. He will return to Jimmy Kimmel Live! on March 30th to perform the track live for the very first time—be sure to tune in. Jimmy Kimmel Live! airs on ABC at 11:35/10:35c, and is available next day on Hulu.

Prior to the NEVER ENOUGH album era, Caesar received a 2023 Juno Awards nomination for “Traditional R&B/Soul Recording” for his 2022 single “Please Do Not Lean” feat. Badbadnotgood, and he was enlisted by Lil Yachty to collaborate on his new track “REACH THE SUNSHINE.”

In 2022, Caesar dropped “Please Do Not Lean” feat. Badbadnotgood to widespread praise after a career-defining headline performance at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, which drew massive crowds and featured a surprise appearance by Justin Bieber to sing their smash hit “Peaches.” In addition, Caesar took to the 2022 GRAMMY Awards stage alongside Bieber and Giveon to perform the song, after it received four GRAMMY® nominations, two Billboard Music Award nominations, amassed billions of streams, and also landed Caesar his first #1 on the Billboard 100 Chart.


1. “Ocho Rios”
2. “Valentina”
3. “Toronto 2014”
4. “Let Me Go”
5. “Do You Like Me?”
6. “Always”
7. “Cool”
8. “Disillusioned”
9. “Buyer’s Remorse”
10. “Shot My Baby”
11. “Pain Is Inevitable”
12. “Homiesexual”
13. “Vince Van Gogh”
14. “Superpowers”
15. “Unstoppable”

April 6th Los Angeles, CA The Belasco
April 11th New York, NY Irving Plaza
April 13th Toronto, ON HISTORY
April 18th Paris, FR Élysée Montmartre
April 19th London, UK HERE at Outernet
April 22nd Berlin, DE Huxleys Neue Welt