Sexyy Red 4 President Tour

with special guests Hunxho, Loe Shimmy, BlakeIANA

About The Event

Get ready - Sexyy Red brings her "Sexyy Red 4 President Tour" to H-E-B Center at Cedar Park on Sept 1, 2024.


Her whole life, Sexyy Red knew she’d be in the spotlight. Who could tell her otherwise? A true Aries, she’s always believed in the unbelievable.


With explicit lyricism reminiscent of Trina, the raw storytelling of Boosie Badazz and Webbie, and Chief Keef’s rugged authenticity, Sexyy Red’s raunchy, in-your-face style taps into a strain of hilarious and animated rap the game has been missing since the heyday of Gucci Mane. But don’t get it twisted – as the main creative force of her own songs, lyrics, and videos, her music is only ever 100% Sexyy.


‘Red,’ a nickname she earned in middle school thanks to her vibrant, colorful hairstyles, grew up in North St. Louis, where she would get into trouble sneaking into stripclubs with her older sisters’ IDs. Her high school classmates knew she’d be a rapper before she knew it herself — with a larger-than-life personality and flashy style, she was already a local phenom. Red didn’t give rap much thought until 2018, when she penned a diss track aimed at her own boyfriend. After hearing the reaction of his friends, Red was emboldened to record her first-ever song: an unruly remix of FBG Duck’s “Slide” that positioned men as only being good for money and pleasure. She started making noise nationally soon after, with her own art-directed video for the viral “Northside.”


Red’s genuine and fun-loving personality converted many fans into friends since 2018, like fellow sex-rap auteur Sukihana (Sexyy and Suki released the YouTube-viral Vine-referencing “Born By the River” in 2022) and Summer Walker (who gave Sexyy her first high-profile cameo with “Sense Dat God Gave You” the same year). She also drew the attention of Tay Keith, whose dark beat for “Pound Town” was a whimsical canvas for Sexyy’s freestyled anthem. But Sexyy stamped the song, putting a wild, widely relatable feeling to music most would be too scared to say out loud. Also, Adding a royal element to the fast-rising hit, Sexyy Red connected with the Queen herself, Nicki Minaj, for  “Pound Town 2”.


Since, Sexyy has had several chart-topping hits, such as “SkeeYee” and “Get It Sexyy,” which have become staples everywhere; on the field as sports anthems, on TikTok as dances and skit soundtracks, at the club, and in the classroom.


This is just the start of a thrilling 2024 for Sexyy Red, who called every shot she made since high school — including the success of her latest single. Don’t try to predict where she’s going next; Sexyy Red will tell you herself.

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At Home Loge Seating Package w/Food & Beverage

To purchase:


  • Reserved seat in the East Loge - 2nd level/suite level in the 200 sections (There are only 3 rows of seating here)
    • Rows S & T (rows 1 & 2) - wider, more comfortable leather seating
    • Row U -  barstool seating with small ledge in front for food & beverage
  • One (1) general lot parking pass is included for every two (2) tickets purchased.
  • Loge Wristband valid for:
    • 1 trip through the Chef’s Table located in the East Loge. Menu will vary based on event. Sample menus include (subject to change):
      • Chicken Parmesan or Italian Meatballs
      • Herb Roasted Chicken or Sliced Steak 
      • Chicken or Beef Fajitas  
    • 2 beer/wine drinks (no mixed drinks) at either The Breakaway Bar or Love Street Lounge in the East Loge
    • Unlimited non-alcoholic beverages in the East Loge

$130 per ticket (no additional fees)

6 ticket limit per purchase

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Once you have placed your order, proceed up to the 2nd level to collect your wristband(s) for food & beverage at the "At Home Loge Check-In" table located near section 201.

Parking Information | Purchase Discount Advance Parking


H-E-B Center at Cedar Park features more than 2,600 parking spaces on its property, including parking for patrons with disabilities located in Lots B, F, G. Prices for parking vary by event and parking is CREDIT CARD ONLY. Parking is available for a discount rate when purchased in advance, which can be found below and at for most events. 

Day-Of-Event / On-Site Parking Rates:
$25 - General Lot*
$40 - Premium Lot B adjacent to East main entrance (limited availability)*
$45 - Premium Circle Lot located in front of the East main entrance (limited availability)*
*Discount applies when purchased in advance.

VETERAN PARKING: H-E-B Center offers complimentary parking to disabled veterans and Purple Heart recipients with valid vehicle plates. Please notify the parking attendant upon arrival at the facility.


Discount Parking Passes Available when Purchased in Advance:


PLAN YOUR VISIT: Bag Policy | Prohibited Items | Cashless Venue

It is H-E-B Center policy that every person entering the building must go through a security screening process. Please arrive early to allow for this process.

H-E-B Center enforces a NO re-entry policy. Once you exit the building, you will not be allowed back into the building.


All major credit/debit card and Apple Pay are accepted in the venue. Please note, Apple Pay is currently not accepted at the box office or in the parking lots.


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  • All bags entering H-E-B Center are subject to search.
  • Clear bags cannot be any larger than 16" x 8" x 16"
    • Clear bags cannot have any colored tinting or obstructive patterns.
  • Non-clear bags cannot be any larger than 5" x 9" x 2"

Exceptions may be made for diaper bags (with child present) or bags required for medical purposes.

Prohibited Items 

  • Clear bags cannot be any larger than 16" x 8" x 16"
  • Non-clear bags cannot be any larger than 5" x 9" x 2" 
    • Exceptions may be made for diaper bags (with child present) or bags required for medical purpose
  • Drones
  • Weapons of any kind (guns, knives, Tasers, mace, or glass)
  • Umbrellas larger than 12" or tents that can block the view of other guests
  • Air horns or noise makers
  • Confetti or streamers
  • Signs or banners larger than 22" x 28" in size
  • Video recording devices (i.e. GoPro), long lens professional cameras, tri-pods, (approved and credentialed media excluded)
  • Explosives or explosive devices, including, but not limited to fireworks, poppers and cap guns. 

See complete list of prohibited items.