Lil Dicky Reveals Dates for International Life Lessons Tour
Building off the momentum of his viral hit "Freaky Friday," Lil Dicky is taking his talents on the road for his recently announced Life Lessons tour.
Early Monday morning (July 9), them XXL Freshman alumnus unveiled the dates for his forthcoming tour via Instagram. In a hilarious short trailer, Dicky jokingly boasts about his wealth of knowledge on a range of subjects including cooking, women, men, sports, and skin care routines. These topics and more are all areas of expertise that the rapper is willing to teach and plans to address while on tour, of course.
The month-long trek kicks off on Oct. 9 in Detroit and is set to make rounds throughout most of North America until closing on Nov. 19 in London. Dicky is set to also be joined by the likes of Mustard and Oliver Tree on select dates.
Fans eager to get their hands on tickets can find more information on the tour via Lil Dicky’s website. Pre-sale will be available July 10 at 10 a.m. local time and general tickets are scheduled to go on sale on July 13 at 10 a.m. local time. VIP ticket packages will also be made available for purchase.
Ahead of his Life Lessons tour, Dicky has been busy at work performing in New Zealand as well as prepping his forthcoming FX television series. The show, which also stars the artist, follows the day in the life of "a suburban neurotic man in his late 20s who has convinced himself that he's destined to be one of the best rappers of all time," The Hollywood Reporter notes. So, it's fair to assume that the series is more or less based on Dicky's life experience.
Peep the official announcement as well as dates for Lil Dicky's Life Lessons tour below.
Lil Dicky's Life Lessons Tour
Oct. 9 – Detroit, Mich. – The Masonic Temple
Oct. 11 – Chicago, Ill. – Aragon Ballroom
Oct. 12 – Minneapolis, Minn. – The Armory
Oct. 13 – Milwaukee, Wis. – The Eagles Ballroom
Oct. 16 – Vancouver, B.C. – PNE Forum
Oct. 17 – Seattle, Wash. – accesso ShoWare Center
Oct. 19 – TBD
Oct. 20 – Los Angeles, Calif. – Shrine Expo Hall
Oct. 21 – Oakland, Calif. – Fox Theater
Oct. 23 – TBD
Oct. 25 – Austin, Texas – Frank Erwin Center
Oct. 26 – Dallas, Texas – The Bomb Factory
October 27 – Houston, Texas – Revention Music Center
Oct. 29 – St. Augustine, Fla. – St. Augustine Amphitheatre
Oct. 30 – Atlanta, Ga. – Coca Cola Roxy
Oct. 31 – Nashville, Tenn. – Municipal Auditorium
Nov. 2 – Philadelphia, Pa. – The Liacouras Center
Nov. 3 – New York, N.Y. – Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden
Nov. 5 – Toronto, ON – Rebel
Nov. 6 – Washington, D.C. – The Anthem
Nov. 7 – Boston, Mass. – Agganis Arena *
Nov. 10 – Stockholm, Sweden – Nobelberget (Hallen Room)
Nov. 11 – Brussels, Belgium – AB Ballroom – Main Hall
Nov. 12 – Utrecht, Netherlands – Ronda – Tivoli Vredenburg
Nov. 13 – Berlin, Germany – Huxley’s Neue Welt
Nov. 15 – Manchester, England – O2 Ritz Manchester
Nov. 16 – Birmingham, England – O2 Institute Birmingham
Nov. 17 – Dublin, Ireland – The Olympia Theatre
Nov. 19 – London, England – O2 Academy Brixton
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