Joyner Lucas is taking his act on the road, as he announces the official dates for his forthcoming I'm Kind of a Big Deal Tour that hits cities all over North America this summer.

Following a year of being in the controversial spotlight following his innovative songs and videos, the Worcester, Massachusetts rapper is making sure that fans all around the country will be able to see him in action on stage. Lucas will be kicking things off on May 6 in Toronto before hitting tons of major cities such as Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Detroit, Reno, New York and more.

He is slated to wrap up the tour close to home in Boston on June 7, which is sure to be a significant show for fans from his native state

The rapper is performing following the release of his 508-507-2209 album last year, as well as controversial music videos for "I'm Not Racist," "Stranger Things" and "Frozen."

Check out the official dates for Joyner Lucas' I'm Kind of a Big Deal Tour below to see when he will be hitting your city. Cop your tickets on his official website.

Joyner Lucas' I'm Kind of a Big Deal Tour Dates

May 6 - Toronto, Canada - Velvet Underground
May 7 - Montreal, Canada - Theatre Fairmont
May 8 - Ottawa, Canada - Barrymore's Music Hall
May 9 - Cleveland, Ohio - Grog Shop
May 10 - Detroit, Mich. - Magic Stick
May 12 - Springfield, Mo. - The Complex
May 13 - Chicago, Ill. - Bottom Lounge
May 14 - Minneapolis, Minn. - Cabooze
May 15 - Iowa City, Iowa - Blue Moose Tap House
May 16 - Lincoln, Neb. - Bourbon Theatre
May 18 - Fort Collins, Co. - Aggie Theatre
May 19 - Salt Lake City, Utah - The Complex
May 20 - Reno, Nev. - Jub Jubs
May 22 - Vancouver, Calif. - Fortune Sound Club
May 23 - Seattle, Wash. - Neumos
May 25 - San Francisco, Calif. - Slim's
May 26 - Los Angeles, Calif. - El Ray Theatre
May 27 - Phoenix, Ariz. - Monarch Theatre
May 29 - Dallas, Texas - Trees
May 30 - Houston, Texas - Warehouse Live Studio
May 31 - New Orleans, La. - The Willow
June 1 - Tampa, Fla. - The Orpheum
June 2 - Orlando, Fla. - The Beacham Theatre
June 3 - Atlanta, Ga. - The Loft - Center Stage
June 5 - Washington, D.C. - Union Stage
June 6 - New York, N.Y. - Irving Plaza
June 7 - Boston, Mass. - House of Blues

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