Future promised to throw "One Big Party" in every city he hits for his latest string of shows, and he delivered during his stop in South Florida.
On Friday night, March 17, Pluto brought his headlining tour to the FLA Live Arena in Fort Lauderdale and invited a mixture of heavy hitters and Florida natives that made the crowd go wild. Prominent artists like Mariah The Scientist and Dess Dior opened up the show followed by G Herbo and Don Toliver, who performed songs off his latest album Love Sick. Future didn't keep fans waiting too long before he made his grand entrance to "7:12PM."
Throughout the course of the show, Future delivered a mixture of fresh hits off his album I NEVER LIKED YOU ("Love You Better," "Puffin On Zooties" and "Keep It Burnin'" for example) and some of his greatest hits like "Same Damn Time," "Real Sisters" and "Turn On The Lights." Not long into his set, he brought out his first guest Flo Rida, who hyped up with crowd with "Low," followed by City Girls. The Miami natives belted out their hits like "Act Up" and "Say Sum'n (Remix)." Afterward, they hung out in the front row and enjoyed the rest of the show.
From there, the Atlanta native kept the party going by inviting EST Gee to the stage. The CMG rapper performed tracks off his new project MAD, and also brought out a friend of his own. His labelmate GloRilla surprised the crowd by performing her signature hits "FNF (Let's Go)" and "Tomorrow." In between all the special guests, Future switched up his fit from a yellow and black jacket with matching pants and fuzzy hat to a diamond encrusted grey tracksuit. That's when the party got even more turnt.
After performing his Drake-assisted bangers "Wait For U" and "Way 2 Sexy," the Freebandz founder brought out DJ Khaled to perform their collaboration "Big Time" off Khaled's GOD DID album. The Miami artist wasn't alone either. He and Pluto called on Lil Baby to come through and perform his verse on the song. Afterward, Baby decided to stick around for awhile. He teamed up with EST Gee to delivered their recent collaboration "5500 Degrees" before he performed his own banger "In A Minute." Once they all cleared the stage, Future began to throw out more of his hits until Meek Mill made a surprise appearance.
Meek performed his hits like "I'm A Boss," and couldn't leave with leading the wild crowd in "Dreams and Nightmares." Before he left, Meek rocked out next to Future Hendrix as he served up "March Madness." Future said it was the most live crowd he'd seen during the "One Big Party" Tour. Based on his all-star lineup of guests and the constant roars from the fans throughout the show, we're going to have to agree. Check out all the biggest moments from the show below.