Snow Tha Product is set to hit the road this fall when she embarks on her Vibe Higher Tour.

Kicking off on Oct. 4 in Fresno, Calif., the rapper's 30-date tour will include stops in Chicago, St. Louis, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New York, Atlanta, Los Angeles and more. Tickets for the current stops are on sale now.

While Snow's trek features stops from the East Coast to the West, noticeably missing from the schedule are stops in Texas. According to Snow, out of respect for the victims of Hurricane Harvey, she will put off performing concerts in the state right now.

"Texas was my home for many years, and out of respect for the people suffering through Hurricane Harvey's aftermath, we will hold off on announcing the Texas shows until we know that the community is back on their feet," she said.

But while the rapper won't make any stops in Texas at the moment, she will urge concertgoers to do what they can to help the victims. "We will encourage fans throughout the Vibe Higher Tour route to give back to victims of Hurricane Harvey," said Snow. "You're all in our prayers every day."

In 2016, Snow Tha Product released her EP, Half Way There... Pt. 1The eight-song project featured the songs "Alright," "No Cut" and "Nuestra Cancion." While the Los Angeles rapper has yet to drop her debut album, she told XXL she was waiting for the right time to create it.

When asked why there was such a delay on the release of her debut, Snow said, "I think because I know that it’s taken forever for the label or anyone to get behind me, so I’ve just been like, we’ll just do it ourselves and then when it gets time to do it right, we’ll do it right. But I’ve never wanted to get ahead of myself."

Check out the tour dates for Snow's Vibe Higher Tour below.

Snow Tha Product's Vibe Higher Tour Dates

Oct. 4 – Fresno, Calif. – Strummers
Oct. 5 – Berkeley, Calif. – Cornerstone Berkeley
Oct. 6 – Petaluma, Calif. – Phoenix Theater
Oct. 7 – Santa Cruz, Calif. – The Catalyst
Oct. 8 – Reno, Nev. – Jub Jub's Thirst Parlor
Oct. 10 – Salt Lake City, Utah – The Complex
Oct. 12 – Grand Junction, Colo. – Mesa Theater
Oct. 13 – Fort Collins, Colo. – Aggie Theatre
Oct. 14 – Denver, Colo. – Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom
Oct. 15 – Colorado Springs, Colo. – Black Sheep
Oct. 17 – Lincoln, Neb. – Bourbon Theatre
Oct. 18 – Wichita, Kan. – Rock Island
Oct. 19 – Chicago, Ill. – Metro
Oct. 20 – Milwaukee, Wis. – Rave Bar
Oct. 21 – St. Louis, Mo. – Ready Room
Oct. 23 – St. Paul, Minn. – Amsterdam Bar and Hall
Oct. 24 – Des Moines, Iowa – Wooly's
Oct. 26 – Indianapolis, Ind. – Emerson Theatre
Oct. 27 – Ann Arbor, Mich. – Blind Pig
Oct. 29 – Cleveland, Ohio – Grog Shop
Oct. 31 – Pittsburgh, Pa. – Rex Theater
Nov. 1 – Philadelphia, Pa. – The Foundry at the Fillmore
Nov. 2 – New York, N.Y. – SOB's
Nov. 5 – Durham, N.C. – Motorco Music Hall
Nov. 08 – Atlanta, Ga. – Masquerade - Hell Stage
Nov. 14 – Albuquerque, N.M. – Sunshine Theater
Nov. 16 – Farmington, N.M. – Top Deck
Nov. 17 – Flagstaff, Ariz. – Orpheum Theatre
Nov. 22 – Los Angeles, Calif. – El Rey Theatre
Nov. 27 – San Diego, Calif. – Music Box

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