Rich Homie Quan is hitting the road. Earlier today (May 2), the Atlanta rapper unveiled dates for his official Rich as in Spirit Tour, which is all set to kick off on June 14.

The tour is in support of Quan's somewhat recently released project, Rich as in Spirit, a debut album that marks the former XXL Freshman's debut album. For the trek, Quan will hit everywhere from Phoenix, Ariz., L.A. to Chicago to many more. If you're a fan of the rapper, it's definitely a must-see.

For Quan, the project is his own step toward getting a big-time trophy. Speaking with XXL, spring, Quan let loose his Grammy ambitions.

"I just want me a Grammy. I want to bring a Grammy back to Atlanta, you know what I’m saying?" he said at the time. "I just want the Grammy in the end. I’m trying to make stadium music. I know I can. I know where I’ve been. Now I want to make stadium music, that’s where I want to go."

You can check out Quan's Rich as in Spirit tour dates for yourself below.

Rich Homie Quan's Rich as in Spirit Tour Dates

June 14—Phoenix, Ariz.—Pub Rock
June 15—Los Angeles, Calif.—Los Globos
June 16—Sacramento, Calif.—Harlows
June 20— Santa Cruz, Calif.—Atrium
June 21—Oakland, Calif.—New Parish
June 24—Seattle, Wash.—Nector Lounge
June 25—Spokane, Wash.—The Pin
June 26—Billings, Mont.—Bones
June 27—Denver, Colo.—Cervantes
June 28—Kansas City, Mo.—Riot Room (Patio)
June 29—Lincol, N.H.—Bourbon Theater
June 30—St Louis, Mo.—Pops
July 1—Springfield, Mo.—The Complex
July 3—Chicago, Ill.—Reggies
July 6—Lousiville, Ky.—Diamonds
July 7—Fort Wayne, Ind.—Piere's
July 10—Indianapolis, Ind.—Emerson
July 13—Long Island, N.Y.—AMH
July 14—Washington, D.C.—Tropicalia
July 15—Boston, Mass.—Middle East
July 16—New York, N.Y.—Gramercy
July 17— Virginia Beach, Va.—Shakas
July 18— Greensboro, N.C.—Blind Tiger
July 19— Charlotte, N.C.—Fillmore (Underground)
July 20—Wilmington, N.C.—Lighthouse Aprt Complex
July 21— Jacksonville, N.C.—Hooligans
July 23— Orlando Fla.—SoundBar
July 24— Wellington, Fla.—Suri West
July 25— Tampa, Fla.—Crowbar
July 27—Houston, Texas—Satellite Bar
July 28— San Antonio, Texas—Paper Tiger
July 29— Austin, Texas—The Parish
July 30—Tyler, Texas—Crossroads
Aug. 18—Atlanta, Ga.—Masquerade

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