After a lengthy wait, Action Bronson fans were finally fulfilled when he delivered his anticipated Blue Chips 7000 album last month, and now he's gearing up for the road. The Queens, NY rapper announces his upcoming Blue Chips 7000 Tour Part One, which will be hitting 15 stops in North America next month.

The new tour will be kicking off on Oct. 5 in Dallas, Texas, and will be going through a slew of major cities such as Los Angeles, Seattle, Las Vegas, Detroit, Milwaukee, Vancouver and plenty more. While there don't seem to be any East Coast dates on the bill, this is only part one of the tour, meaning there are more parts to come down the line.

It's been an extra busy year for Bronson, despite keeping fans waiting on his new music. He has been working hard with VICELAND for the next season of his Fuck, That's Delicious show, as well as a new series with the network. He also launched a Snapchat dating show, and just debuted his new cookbook called Entitled F*ck, That's Delicious: An Annotated Guide To Eating Well through Abrams, which was co-written by Rachel Wharton.

Tickets for Blue Chips 7000 Tour Part One go on sale Sept. 15 and can be purchased here.

Peep the full list of dates and venues for part one of his upcoming tour below.

Action Bronson Blue Chips 7000 Tour Part One Dates

Oct. 5 - Dallas, Texas - South Side Music Hall
Oct. 6 - Houston, Texas - Warehouse Live
Oct. 7 - Austin, Texas - Empire Control Room & Garage
Oct. 14 - San Diego, Calif. - The Observatory North Park
Oct. 15 - Los Angeles, Calif. - The Novo
Oct. 26 - Seattle, Wash. - Showbox SODO
Oct. 27 - Vancouver, B.C. - Commodore Ballroom
Oct. 28 - San Francisco, Calif. - The Warfield
Nov. 3 - Las Vegas, Nev. - Brooklyn Bowl
Nov. 8 - Minneapolis, Minn. - Music Hall Minneapolis
Nov. 9 - Milwaukee, Wis. - The Rave
Nov. 10 - Detroit, Mich. - The Fillmore Detroit
Nov. 19 - Toronto, O.N. - Rebel
Dec. 2 - Silver Spring, Md. - The Fillmore Silver Spring
Dec. 3 - Worcester, Mass. - Worcester Palladium

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