Wiltern Theatre | Los Angeles
End your Friday night this April 28 with a high note—literally— and immerse yourself in the genre-bending live looping and fluid saxophone tunes of the rising R&B and multi-instrumentalist Masego. The “Say You Want Me” hitmaker will be back in The Wiltern for the second night of his “You Never Visit Me Tour” stop at the famous Los Angeles venue. If you missed booking tickets for Uncle Sego’s first night at The Wiltern, this is your chance to grab your tickets and get the chance to see him perform live. Join hundreds of fans as you jam to his hits, including “Mystery Lady,” “Navajo,” “Yamz,” and his newest single, “You Never Visit Me,” among many others. Catch him live and be enthralled by his incomparable talent and skill.
Known for his creative way of blending his signature saxophone into his songs, the singer-songwriter Masego is a rising R&B musician and multi-instrumentalist. He is famous for his unique tunes, labeled as "trap house jazz" and "future bounce," which are characterized by the fusion of jazz, hip hop, and trap. The saxophone, piano, and drums are just a few of the live instruments he frequently uses in his compositions.
Since he first started in the early 2010s, Masego has caught the attention of music lovers. Thanks to his unique combination of several genres. He's received acclaim for his ability to seamlessly combine musical styles, and with each new song he releases, he continues to innovate in the industry.
In 2022, his singles "Yamz" (with Devin Morrison) and "Say You Want Me" both made waves on the internet, with the former going viral over Thanksgiving. Just recently, he released another single entitled "You Never Visit Me." Along with the release of the single is the 29-year-old musician's announcement of a North American tour.
Billed as "You Never Visit Me Tour," the series of shows will take Uncle Sego to major cities in the US and Canada, including California, Vancouver, Minneapolis, Chicago, Nashville, Miami, and Houston, to name a few. The 28-city tour will conquer The Wiltern stage for a back-to-back concert on April 27 and 28. If you haven't booked your tickets yet, click the "Get Tickets" link to get started securing your seat for his second night on April 28. Grab your tickets now before they run out.