From San Fransisco To Atlanta: Playboi Carti Announces A Handful Of Summer Tour Dates

- By Bossip Staff

Playboi Carti Is Going On A 19 Stop Tour This Summer

Only one month after the unexpected release of his debut album Die LitPlayboi Carti has announce that he’s taking his new music on the road. On Wednesday, the rapper shared the upcoming dates for a modest string of summer shows that will take place throughout the summer.

Carti is set to hit 19 cities, starting off in San Francisco on July 24 and closing out the run in his hometown of Atlanta, Georgia on August 17. This will be his first tour since he was on the road last summer, playing hits from his self-titled mixtape.

If you’ll recall, the Atlanta native announced a joint tour last October with frequent collaborator and friend Lil Uzi Vert, but the whole thing was unfortunately canceled just one day later. The supporting act(s) for these upcoming shows has not yet been announced, but Lil Uzi, Skepta, Travis Scott, Pi’erre Bourne, Bryson Tiller, Chief Keef, Gunna, Red Coldhearted, Young Thug and Young Nudy are all feature on Carti’s latest project–so there could possibly be some potential there for an opening act.

You can check out the dates for Carti’s upcoming tour below:

July 24 – San Francisco – Warfield Theatre
July 26 – Los Angeles – Shrine Expo Hall
July 27 – Santa Ana, Calif. – The Observatory
July 28 – San Diego – SOMA
July 29 – Las Vegas – The Joint
July 31 – Denver – Ogden Theatre
Aug. 2 – Minneapolis – First Avenue
Aug. 3 – Kansas City, Miss. – Uptown Theater
Aug. 4 – Chicago – Prysm Nightclub
Aug. 5 – Chicago – Lollapalooza
Aug. 7 – Royal Oak, Mich. – Royal Oak Music Theater
Aug. 8 – Pittsburgh – Stage AE
Aug. 10 – Providence, R.I. – The Strand
Aug. 11 – Boston – House of Blues
Aug. 12 – New York – Terminal 5
Aug. 14 – Philadelphia – The Fillmore
Aug. 15 – Norfolk, Va. – The NorVa
Aug. 16 – Raleigh, N.C. – The Ritz
Aug. 17 – Atlanta – The Tabernacle

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