2017 is shaping up to be a banner year for Playboi Carti. Roughly one-and-a-half months after the release of his debut mixtape, it's been revealed the A$AP Mob affiliate is also headed out on his first tour as a headliner. Accompanying him will be Young Nudy and Pierre Bourne, the guy responsible for producing Carti's "Magnolia," one of his biggest hits to date. Nudy broke the news of the tour through his Twitter account.

The trek will begin on June 22 at the BET Experience in L.A. before ending in Columbus, Ohio. Tickets for the tour are all set to go on sale on Saturday (June 3). Check out the tour dates for yourself just below.

Playboi Carti's Tour Dates

June 22—Los Angeles, Calif.**—BET Experience
July 8—Seattle, Wash.—Showbox SoDo
July 9—Portland, Or.—Roseland Theater
July 11—Santa Cruz, Calif.—The Catalyst
July 13—Santa Barbara, Calif.—Earl Warren Exhibit
July 14—Sacramento, Calif.—Ace of Spades
July 15—San Francisco, Calif.**—Audiotistic Bay Area Festival
July 17—Santa Ana, Calif.—The Observatory
July 18—San Diego, Calif.—North Park Observatory
July 21—Phoenix, Ariz.—The Marquee
July 22—Bonner Springs, Ka.—Fly Away Festival
July 23—Tucson, Ariz.—Rialto Theatre
July 25—Dallas, Texas—South Side Music Hall
July 26—Austin, Texas—EMOS
July 27—Houston, Texas—Warehouse Live
July 29—Orlando, Fla.—Venue 578
July 30—Fort Lauderdale, Fla.—Club Cinema
Aug. 1—Tampa, Fla.—Orpheum
Aug. 4—Myrtle Beach, Fla.—House of Blues
Aug. 5—Greensboro, N.C.—Conde Denim Center
Aug. 6—Charlotte, N.C.—The Fillmore
Aug. 9—Washington, DC—The Fillmore
Aug. 10—Richmond, Va.—The National
Aug. 11—Norfolk, Va.—The NorVa
Aug. 12—Somerset, Wis.—Summer Set Music Festival
Aug. 15—Philadelphia, Pa.—Theatre of Living Arts
Aug. 16—Montclair, N.J.—The Wellmont
Aug. 18—Wallingford, Conn.—Oakdale Theatre
Aug. 19—Boston, Mass.—Paradise
Aug. 20—Long Island, N.Y.**—Billboard Hot 100 Festival
Aug. 25—Detroit, Mich.—St. Andrews Hall
Aug. 26—Chicago, Ill.—House of Blues
Aug. 27—Milwaukee, Wis.—The Rave
Aug. 29—Denver, Colo.—Ogden Theatre
Sept.2— Columbus, Ohio**—Breakaway Festival

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