Update (March 6, 11:17 a.m. EST):

Travis has unveiled the first phase of his Bird's Eye View tour. Peep the dates below and cop tickets right here. He'll be bringing El Paso, Texas R&B singer Khalid out for a couple shows as well.

March 10 - New Orleans, La. - Buku
March 17 - Las Vegas, Nev. - Jewel
April 12 - Santa Barbara, Calif. - Santa Barbara Bowl
April 14 - Indio, Calif. - Coachella
April 21 - Indio, Calif. - Coachella
April 27 - Wallingford, Conn. - Oakdale
April 30 - New York, N.Y. - Terminal 5
May 2 - Pittsburgh, Pa. - Stage AE
May 4 - Portsmouth, Va. - Portsmouth Pavillion
May 5 - Charlotte, N.C. - Metro Credit Union
May 6 - St. Augustine, Fla. - St. Augustine Amphitheatre
May 7 - Miami, Fla. - Rolling Loud
May 11 - Houston, Texas - Revention
May 12 - Oklahome City, Okla. - Criterion
May 13 - Rogers, Arka. - Walmart Amphitheatre
May 15 - Kansas City, Miss. - Uptown Theater
May 17 - St. Lous, Miss. - Pageant
May 18 - Milwaukee, Wis. - The Eagles Ballroom
May 19 - Grand Rapids, Mich. - 20 Monroe Live
May 21 - Cleveland, Ohio - Nautica
May 24 - Indianapolis, Ind. - Farmers Bureau
May 25 - Cincinnati, Ohio - PNC Pavillion
May 27 - Des Moines, Iowa - 7 Flags
May 28 - St. Paul, Minn. - Soundset
May 31 - Salt Lake City, Utah - The Complex
June 1 - Boise, Idaho - Revolution Center
June 2 - Eugeune, Ore. - Cuthbert Amphitheatre
June 8-11 - Manchester, Tenn. - Bonnaroo
June 25 - Frankfurt, Germany - Wireless
July 6-8 - Frauenfeld, Germany - Openair Frauenfeld
July 7 - Berlin, Germany - Splash!
July 9 - Turku, Finland - Ruisrock

Original Story:

The 2017 rap tour schedule is slowly but surely filling out, and it's looking to be one of the best in recent memory. The latest big name artist to announce he will be hitting the road is Travis Scott, who just revealed he will be headlining the Bird's Eye View Tour.

Earlier today (March 5), La Flame unveiled an ad on Twitter. The promo reads, "Travis Scott Presents: Bird's Eye View." The image shows a human skull with flaming eyes laying on a mound of dirt. The Earth can be seen in the distance in an apocalyptic-looking sky.

The caption for the post says, "Monday We liv http://Travisscott.com." At the bottom are the words, "Please Remain Calm."

No more details were given. But a screenshot from Live Nation that was posted to a Reddit thread seems to confirm the tour (below).

There are a number of big name rappers who have recently announced tours coming in spring of 2017. The names include, Lil Wayne (Kloser 2 U Tour), The Weeknd (Starboy: Legends of the Fall Tour), Future (Nobody Safe Tour), J. Cole (4 Your Eyez Only Tour), Big Sean (I Decided Tour), Snoop Dogg (Mount Kushmore: Wellness Retreat Tour), Chance The Rapper and more.

It's definitely going to be lit. We haven't even gotten into festival season yet. What artists will you spend your hard-earned cash to see?

Check out Travis' announcement below.

Live Nation

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