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J. Cole is going to be hitting the road. The North Carolina rapper will be kicking off the “4 Your Eyez Only” World Tour to support his latest album in June. 

The 57-city tour has national and international dates but will start with 13  “intimate” shows before heading into Live Nation arenas. The first stop is in Columbia, SC on June 1 and Cole will hit cities like Norfolk, Tallahassee, Las Vegas, Chicago and Boston before the domestic leg closes on August 20 in Dallas.

The international portion kicks off a month later on Sept. 29 in Copenhagen. Cole will perform in cities including London, Berlin, Paris and Manchester before finishing up in Leeds on Oct. 22.

But Cole still down be finished. At the end of the year he’ll be down under, starting Dec. 1 in Auckland, New Zealand and then hitting for cities in Australia (Brisbane, Sydney, Perth and Melbournc) through Dec. 9.

Tickets go on sale this Friday, Feb. 24 at http://www.dreamville.com and Ticketmaster (Australia dates go on sale Feb. 28). AmEx member will get access to tickets starting Feb. 21

Check out the full list of dates below.

Photo : WENN.com

 

6/1/17 Columbia, SC The Music Farm

6/2/17 Jacksonville, FL Maverick’s

6/3/17 Tallahassee, FL Potbelly’s

6/5/17 Jackson, MS Hal and Mal’s

6/6/17 Birmingham, AL Avondale

6/7/17 Baton Rouge, LA Varsity Theatre

6/9/17 Little Rock, AR Metroplex

6/11/17 Kansas City, MO Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland

6/13/17 St. Louis, MO The Pageant

6/14/17 Memphis, TN New Daisy Theatre

6/15/17 Louisville, KY Mercury Ballroom

6/17/17 Norfolk, VA The Norva

6/18/17 Greensboro, NC Cone Denim Entertainment Center

7/6/17 Phoenix, AZ Talking Stick Resort Arena

7/8/17 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena

7/9/17 Anaheim, CA Honda Center

7/11/17 Los Angeles, CA The Forum

7/15/17 Oakland, CA Oracle Arena

7/17/17 Seattle, WA Key Arena

7/18/17 Vancouver, BC Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

7/21/17 St, Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center

7/23/17 Detroit, MI The Palace of Auburn Hills

7/24/17 Chicago, IL United Center

7/28/17 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre

8/1/17 Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center

8/4/17 Boston, MA TD Garden

8/5/17 Uniondale, NY The New Coliseum Presented by NYCB

8/6/17 Baltimore, MD Royal Farms Arena

8/8/17 Washington, DC Verizon Center

8/9/17 Charlotte, MC Spectrum Center

8/11/17 Atlanta, GA Infinite Energy Arena

8/14/17 Miami, FL American Airlines Arena

8/16/17 Orlando, FL Amway Center

8/18/17 Houston, TX Toyota Center

8/19/17 Austin, TX Frank Erwin Center

8/20/17 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center

9/29/17 Copenhagen Denmark Tap1

9/30/17 Oslo, Norway Spektrum

10/1/17 Stockholm, Sweden Annexet

10/3/17 Cologne, Germany Palladium

10/5/17 Amsterdam, Holland Ziggo Dome

10/6/17 Berlin, Germany Columbiahalle

10/7/17 Offenbach, Germany Stadthalle Offenbach

10/9/17 Zurich, Switzerland Samsung Hall

10/10/17 Paris, France Le Zénith Paris- La Villette

10/12/17 Nottingham, UK Motorpoint Arena

10/14/17 Birmingham, UK Barclaycard Arena

10/15/17 London, UK The O2 Arena

10/18/17 Dubin, Ireland 3Arena

10/20/17 Cardiff, UK Motorpoint Arena

10/21/17 Manchester, UK Manchester Arena

10/22/17 Leeds, UK First Direct Arena

12/1/17 Auckland, New Zealand Vector Arena

12/2/17 Brisbane, Australia Riverstage

12/5/17 Sydney, Australia Hordern Pavillion

12/6/17 Melbourne, Australia Margaret Court Arena

12/9/17 Perth, Australia HBF Stadium

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