Following the release of his Memories Don't Die album on March 1, Tory Lanez is gearing up to hit the road for a 53-date North American tour.

Kicking off on May 11 in Miami, the nationwide trek will start off with stops in Texas, New Mexico and California before Tory makes his way to his home country of Canada. Following a few shows up north in June, Lanez will continue touring across the U.S., making stops in Chicago, Boston, Houston, New York and more.

The Memories Don't Die Tour wraps up Aug. 11 in Birmingham, Ala. Tickets for the trek go on sale Friday (April 6) and can be purchased here. As noted on the tour flyer, a few of the dates are actually festival appearances by the "Shooters" rapper.

In related Tory Lanez news, the rapper recently took home an award at the 2018 Juno Awards. The Brampton, Canada native was given the award for Rap Recording of the Year for his song "Shooters." It's Lanez's second Juno of his career, having won the same honor in 2017.

While the song is a solo track for Tory, the artist revealed that Nicki Minaj was supposed to appear on the song but she took her verse back after the two got into a disagreement. Nicki's verse later surfaced online.

Peep Tory Lanez's tour dates below.

Tory Lanez's Memories Don't Die Tour Dates
May 11 – Miami, Fla. – Rolling Loud
May 18 – San Marcos, Texas – The Marc
May 19 – El Paso, Texas – Tricky Falls
May 21 – Albuquerque, N.M. – El Rey Theatre
May 22 – Tucson, Ariz. – Rialto Theatre
May 28 – San Diego, Calif. – The Observatory North Park
May 29 – Los Angeles, Calif. – The Novo
May 31 – Santa Ana, Calif. – The Observatory
June 3 – San Francisco, Calif. – The Warfield
June 5 – Sacramento, Calif – Ace of Spades
June 7 – Portland, Ore. – Roseland Theater
June 8 – Seattle, Wash. – Showbox SoDo
June 9 – Vancouver, Canada – Breakout Festival
June 12 – Edmonton, Canada – Union Hall
June 13 – Calgary, Canada – MacEwan Hall
June 14 – Spokane, Wash. – Knitting Factory Concert House
June 15 – Boise, Idaho – Knitting Factory Concert House
June 16 – Salt Lake City, Utah – The Depot
June 18 – Denver, Colo. – Summit Music Hall
June 20 – Oklahoma City, Okla. – The Jones Assembly
June 21 – Lincoln, Neb. – Bourbon Theater
June 22 – Kansas City, Mo. – The Truman
June 25 – Des Moines, Iowa – Wooly’s
June 26 – St. Louis, Mo. – Delmar Hall
June 27 – Grand Rapids, Mich. – Intersection
July 1 – Chicago, Ill. – House of Blues
July 4 – Toronto, Canada – Rebel Complex
July 7 – Buffalo, N.Y. – Town Ballroom
July 8 – Boston, Mass. – House of Blues
July 11 – Quebec City, Canada – Quebec City International Summer Festival
July 13 – Montreal, Canada – M Telus
July 15 – New York, N.Y. – The Greatest Day Ever!
July 16 – Wallingford, Conn. – The Dome at Oakdale Theatre
July 18 – Philadelphia, Pa. – Theatre of Living Arts (TLA)
July 19 – Cleveland, Ohio – House of Blues
July 20 – Silver Spring, Md. – The Fillmore Silver Spring
July 21 – Pittsburgh, Pa. – Mr. Small’s
July 23 – Wilmington, De. – The Queen
July 24 – Richmond, Va. – The National
July 25 – Norfolk, Va. – Norva
July 26 – Charlotte, N.C.– The Underground – Charlotte
July 27 – Raleigh, N.C. – Lincoln Theatre
July 29 – Greensboro, N.C. – The Cone Denim Entertainment Center
July 30 – Louisville, Ky. – Mercury Ballroom
July 31 – Nashville, Tenn. – Cannery Ballroom
Aug. 1 – Cincinnati, Ohio – Bogart’s
Aug. 3 – Memphis, Tenn. – New Daisy Theatre
Aug. 4 – Baton Rouge, La. – Varsity Theatre
Aug. 5 – Houston, Texas – House of Blues
Aug. 7 – Dallas, Texas – House of Blues
Aug. 8 – San Antonio, Texas – The Aztec Theater
Aug. 10 – Mobile, Ala. – Soul Kitchen
Aug. 11 – Birmingham, Ala. – Avondale Brewing Company

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