After the first official Bad Boy Reunion show in Brooklyn sold out in seven minutes, Puff Daddy added a second date, but even that wasn't enough supply to meet the crazy high demand that's been built. So, ever a man of the people, Puff will take his label/family reunion on the road for a 25-city tour this summer.

Fans will be able to catch Puff and his extended family, which will include, Ma$e, Faith Evans, Carl Thomas, L.O.X., Lil’ Kim, 112, French Montana and more. While the tour will start later in the summer and extend into the fall, the original reunion dates are scheduled for this upcoming weekend (May 20 and 21), so those interested in or enthusiastic about the show will get to see what's in store, which very well could include a hologram of The Notorious B.I.G. The shows are scheduled around the late rapper's 44th birthday, and in an interview with Dame Dash, Big's widow Faith Evans mentioned that she was in talks to make the 3D vision a reality.

Catch the full list of dates below, with Puff saying in a statement, “This isn’t just a concert– this is a moment in hip hop and R&B history. The family and I are so excited to welcome fans into this once in a lifetime experience. This tour is 20 years in the making, and is a celebration of the hits and the Bad Boy lifestyle. The Bad Boy Family has set the standard for concert excellence, and this tour will be a testament to that!”

Aug. 25 - Columbus, Ohio - Shottenstein Center
Aug. 26 - Cincinnati, Ohio - U.S. Bank Arena
Aug. 27 - Chicago, Ill. - United Center
Aug. 31 - Kansas City, Mo. - Sprint Center
Sept. 2 - Detroit, Mich. - The Palace of Auburn Hills
Sept. 3 - Baltimore, Md. - Royal Farms Arena
Sept. 4 - New York, N.Y. - Madison Square Garden
Sept. 6 - Toronto, Ont. - Air Canada Centre
Sept. 8 - Atlanta, Ga - Philips Arena
Sept. 10 - Miami, Fla. - American Airlines Arena
Sept. 11 - Tampa, Fla. - Amalie Arena
Sept. 14 - Dallas, Texas - American Airlines Arena
Sept. 15 - Houston, Texas - Toyota Center
Sept. 16 - San Antonio, Texas - AT&T Center
Sept. 18 - Nashville, Tenn. - Bridgestone Arena
Sept. 20 - Charlotte, N.C. - Time Warner Cable Arena
Sept. 22 - Washington D.C. - Verizon Center
Sept. 23 - Philadelphia, Penn. - Wells Fargo Center
Sept. 24 - Boston, Mass. - TD Garden
Sept. 25 - Newark, N.J. - Prudential Center
Oct. 1 - Las Vegas, Nev. - MGM
Oct. 2 - Glendale, Ariz. - Talking Stick
Oct. 4 - Los Angeles, Calif. - The Forum
Oct. 6 - San Diego, Calif - Viejas
Oct. 8 - Oakland, Calif. - Oracle Arena

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