The Gorillaz will be kicking off their North American tour next week and hip-hop fans will be ecstatic to know they will be joined by two rap heavyweights for some of the dates. Vince Staples and Danny Brown have both been added onto the tour and will be hitting the road for a bunch of different dates throughout the summer.

The Long Beach and Detroit MCs were both guest features on the Gorillaz's Humanz album that released last month on April 28, so we can probably expect to see them hit the stage to perform the newematerial for fans. Staples will be joining the hip-hop collective on July 10 in Toronto, Canada, while Brown comes in to join the group on July 17 in Columbia, Md. The "BagBak" MC has signed on for nine dates so far, while Danny Brown will be on the road with them for three of them.

The two rappers are also slated to perform sets at the inaugural Demon Dayz Festival in Margate, England on June 10, as well as the Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago on Friday, July 14.

Take a look at all of the dates for the Gorillaz North American tour below. You can purchase your tickets for the tour here.

Gorillaz North American Tour Dates With Vince Staples and Danny Brown

June 2 - St. Albans, England - The Alban Arena
June 4 - Portsmouth, England - Portsmouth Guildhall
June 10 - Margate, England - Demon Dayz 2017
July 6 - Québec City, Québec- Festival d'Été International de Québec
July 8 - Chicago, Ill. - Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
July 10 - Toronto, Ontario - Air Canada Centre $
July 12 - Boston, Mass. - Blue Hills Bank Pavilion $
July 13 - Philadelphia, Pa. - Festival Pier at Penn's Landing $
July 15 - Québec City, Québec - Festival d'Été International de Québec
July 17 - Columbia, Md. - Merriweather Post Pavilion $^
July 28-30 - Niigata, Japan - Fuji Rock
July 28-30 - Seoul, Korea - Valley Rock Festival
Aug. 11-13 - San Francisco, Calif. - Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival
Sept. 15-17 - New York, N.Y. - The Meadows Music & Arts Festival
Sept. 18 - Detroit, Mich. - Fox Theatre $
Sept. 20 - St. Paul, Minn. -Roy Wilkins Auditorium $^
Sept. 22 - Kansas City, Mo. - Sprint Center $^
Sept. 24 - Las Vegas, Nev. - Life Is Beautiful Music & Art Festival
Sept. 26 - Morrison, Co. - Red Rocks Amphitheatre $
Sept. 30 - Seattle, Wash.- KeyArena at Seattle Center
Oct. 5 - Inglewood, Calif. - The Forum $
Oct. 6-8 - Austin, Texas - Austin City Limits Festival
Oct. 11 - Duluth, Ga. - Infinite Energy Center
Oct. 13-15 - Miami, Fla. - III Points Festival
Oct. 13-15 - Austin, Texas - Austin City Limits Festival
Nov. 1 - Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg - Rockhal
Nov. 2 -Vienna, Austria - Wiener Stadthalle
Nov. 4 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Royal Arena
Nov. 5 - Oslo, Norway - Oslo Spektrum
Nov. 6 - Stockholm, Sweden - Hovet
Nov. 8 - Zurich, Switzerland - Samsung Hall
Nov. 9 - Geneva, Switzerland - SEG Geneva Arena
Nov. 11 - Munich, Germany - Zenith
Nov. 13 - Budapest, Hungary - Papp László Budapest Aréna
Nov. 14 - Prague, Czech Republic - O2 Arena
Nov.17 - Berlin, Germany - Max-Schmeling-Halle
Nov. 18 - Düsseldorf, Germany - Mitsubishi Electric Halle
Nov. 19 - Hamburg, Germany - Sporthalle
Nov. 21 - Amsterdam, Netherlands - Ziggo Dome
Nov. 22 - Brussels, Belgium - Forest National
Nov. 24-25 - Paris, France - Le Zénith Paris
Nov. 27 - Brighton, England - Brighton Centre
Nov. 29 - Glasgow, Scotland - The SSE Hydro
Dec. 1 - Manchester, England - Manchester Arena
Dec. 2 - Birmingham, England - Barclaycard Arena
Dec. 4-5 - London, England - O2 Arena

$ - Vince Staples
^ - Danny Brown

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