Drake’s Club Paradise tour was such a big hit with his fans during the winter that he’s continuing the trek into the spring with an all-star lineup with him.

Drizzy just added 27 dates onto his Club Paradise tour, which will re-start in the spring. This time around, he plans on bringing peers like J. Cole, Meek Mill, Waka Flocka, French Montana and 2 Chainz on the road with him. This comes after the first leg of the tour already included star power in the form of Kendrick Lamar and A$AP Rocky.

"I feel like this tour is coming at the perfect time," Drake said via a press release statement sent to MTV News. "It's taking place in the season that we all wait for, we're outdoors and you've got every single artist you wait to hear in the club on one bill ... that's Club Paradise."

The spring dates start on May 7 in Concord, California and stretch all the way till June 17 in Boston, with in-between stops in cities such as Phoenix, Las Vegas, Houston, Washington DC, Detroit, Philadelphia and New York City.

In related news, after announcing the release of his next video, “Take Care” (also the title track of his sophomore album), Drizzy has begun shooting a video for another record off the LP—“HYFR” (Hell Ya Fucking Right) featuring Lil Wayne.

Drake has had success with previous singles off the album, including “Headlines,” “Make Me Proud” and “The Motto.”

Tickets for the Club Paradise Tour’s spring dates go on sale Friday, March 23.—Jakinder Singh