Ahead of the release of his debut album, Ray Ray From Summerhill, YFN Lucci has announced the tour dates for the supporting trek.

Kicking off on April 12 in Norfolk, Va., the 24-date tour will take YFN Lucci through Philadelphia, New York, Toronto, Indianapolis, Minneapolis, San Francisco, West Hollywood, New Orleans and more before wrapping up on May 17 in Atlanta. Tickets for the tour are on sale now.

YFN Lucci's Ray Ray From Summerhill album is set to drop on Friday (March 9) and comes a few weeks after the rapper released his five-track EP Freda's Son. A tracklist for the upcoming album has yet to be revealed.

Lucci also made headlines in late February when he and Reginae Carter—the daughter of Lil Wayne—sparked dating rumors. An Instagram video surfaced that featured Carter in the passenger seat of the rapper's car during the NBA All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles.

Check out YFN Lucci's tour dates below.

YFN Lucci's Ray Ray From Summerhill Tour Dates

April 12 – Norfolk, Va. – The Norva
April 13 – Silver Spring, Md. – The Fillmore
April 14 – Philadelphia, Pa. – Coda
April 17 – New York, N.Y. – SOB's
April 18 – Cambridge, Mass. – Middle East
April 19 – Montreal, Canada – Le Belmont Sur Le Boulevard
April 20 – Toronto, Canada – Adelaide Hall
April 21 – Grand Rapids, Mich. – The Intersection-The Stache
April 22 – Indianapolis, Ind. – Deluxe at Old National Centre
April 25 – Louisville, Kent. – Mercury Ballroom
April 26 – Milwaukee, Wisc. – Turner Ballroom
April 27 – Minneapolis, Minn. – Music Hall
April 28 – Sauget, Ill. – Pop's
April 29 – Lawrence, Kan. – Granada Theatre
May 1 – Denver, Colo. – Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom
May 3 – Salt Lake City, Utah – The Complex
May 5 – Spokane, Wash. – Knitting Factory
May 6 – Portland, Ore. – Hawthorne Theatre
May 8 – San Francisco, Calif. – Slim's
May 9 – West Hollywood, Calif. – The Roxy Theatre
May 11 – Phoenix, Ariz. – Crescent Ballroom
May 12 – Albuquerque, N.M. – El Rey Theatre
May 16 – New Orleans, La. – House of Blues
May 17 – Atlanta, Ga. – Center Stage Theater

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