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As promised, Mac Miller is going on tour in support of his highly-anticipated GO:OD AM album. Mac will be joined by rising artists Tory Lanez, Goldlink, Domo Genesis, Earthgang, Michael Christmas and Alexander Spit for the run. The tour will kick off in Rochester, NY on Oct. 6 and will wrap up on Dec. 20 in Toronto, Canada. Check out the full dates via Mac's Instagram above and cop tickets here. Prior to the extended U.S. run, Mac will play a few smaller shows, starting with a hometown concert on the 20th, before heading overseas for a few spot dates. Those stops can be seen below:

9/20 Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE (Outdoors)
9/22 Los Angeles, CA – The Fonda Theatre
9/23 San Francisco, CA – Slim’s
9/26 Montreal, QC – Espace Montmorency
9/27 New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom
9/29 London, UK – The Garage
9/30 Brussels, BE – VK Club
10/1 Paris, FR – Le Trabendo
10/2 Utrecht, NL - TivoliVredenburg Pandora
10/4 Berlin, DE – Bi Nuu
10/31 Denver, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre *
* = with Action Bronson, Flatbush Zombies, Domo Genesis, Goldlink & Tory Lanez

After a hiatus, Mac is back and releasing his GO:OD AM album on Sept. 18. While up on The Breakfast Club, the rapper credited his family for helping him get sober and focus on making music.

“It was time to clean my act up and get back to work,” said Miller. “[I had] to accept my responsibilites and who I am and what I gotta do…I had a lot of people around me who care about me and I was good…I didn’t go to rehab. I just had to get my shit together and go back to work, I was being dumb. For me, I thought it was my right as a human to say I didn’t want to do anything. I didn’t feel like touring, I didn’t feel like putting out an album out…I was making a lot of music and I got comfortable in this zone where I was like, I don’t need to bring any money in, I got money….Then I realized I hadn’t put anything out and I decided it was time to come back.

“I used drugs to do everything, to brush my teeth (laughs)…I have a lot of people around me that care about me….My mom didn’t know and I just told her the truth…After I broke it down for everyone, it made it that much harder to come back because everyone was like, Are you okay? I’m not on some born-again Christian shit.”

The Pittsburgh native has dropped a video for "100 Grandkids," a collab with the late Sean Price and a new track called "Break the Law" since announcing his album.