Lupe Fiasco Will Be Hitting The Road With A New Tour

Lupe Fiasco’s fifth album, Tetsuo & Youth, is scheduled to hit stores in early 2014 but the Chicago rapper will be hitting the road this fall in promotion of the album with a new tour.

Lupe announced today that his Tetsuo & Youth Preview tour will be hitting 32 dates in select cities starting on November 2 at Center Stage in Atlanta and running through December 15 at Rams Head Live in Baltimore.

“I’m looking forward to going back on the road and sharing the new music I’ve been working on with my fans,” says Lupe Fiasco, via a press statement. “This will be just a taste of Tetsuo and Youth.”

You can check out the tour dates below or at Lupe’s website here.

Tetsuo & Youth Tour Dates:

11/2 Atlanta, GA Center Stage

11/3 Nashville, TN War Memorial Auditorium

11/5 New Orleans, LA Tipitina’s

11/6 Dallas, TX Granada Theater

11/7 Houston, TX Warehouse Live – Ballroom

11/8 Austin, TX Fun Fun Fun Festival

11/10 Tucson, AZ Rialto Theatre

11/11 Tempe, AZ The Marquee

11/13 San Diego, CA House of Blues

11/14 West Hollywood, CA House of Blues

11/16 Anaheim, CA House of Blues

11/17 San Francisco, CA Warfield Theater

11/19 Seattle, WA Showbox SoDo

11/20 Portland, OR Roseland Theater

11/21 Vancouver, BC Vogue Theatre

11/23 Salt Lake City, UT The Depot

11/24 Denver, CO Ogden Theatre

11/26 Chicago, IL House of Blues

11/27 Madison, WI Orpheum Theater – Madison

11/29 Niagara Falls, NY Rapids Theatre

11/30 Kalamazoo, MI Kalamazoo State Theatre

12/1 Royal Oak, MI Royal Oak Music Theatre

12/3 Boston, MA House of Blues

12/4 Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory

12/6 Providence, RI Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel

12/7 Montclair, NJ Wellmont Theater

12/9 New York, NY Irving Plaza

12/10 New York, NY Irving Plaza

12/11 Washington, DC 9:30 Club

12/13 Huntington, NY The Paramount

12/14 New Haven, CT Toad’s Place

12/15 Baltimore, MD Rams Head Live

[Via HipHopWired]

  • Peso

    could never hate on this dude, on of my favorite lyricist. With the bars Lupe got he should and could be making Hov money easily. That would be some crazy sh*t if rappers got paid actually by how good they are lyrically a la Slaughterhouse …people like Trinidad James would be bums instead of getting 3 mill from a major like Def Jam. I can’t believe what has happened to the most iconic hip-hop label ever, it’s really disturbing to me. And everyone was saying it was bad when Jay Z was there and Rihanna, Ne-Yo, Jeezy, Ross etc. was all blowing up under his watch…not saying he signed them but he was the CEO/President when the label was still producing some quality sh*t