Playboi Carti announces summer US tour
WORLDSTARHIPHOP

Fresh off of the release of his very compelling self-titled debut mixtape, Atlanta MC Playboi Carti has announced plans to extensively tour the United States. The man born Joran Terrell Carter will begin barnstorming across the country on June 22 with a performance at Los Angeles’ Staples Center for the BET Experience music festival.

Carti’s tour will go on to include performances at venues in Seattle, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco, Phoenix, Austin, Dallas, Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, Charlotte, Washington, D.C., Montclair, Philadelphia, Boston, Long Island, Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee, Denver and Columbus and Richmond Virginia’s The National. During his non-festival dates, Carti’s tour will feature supporting performances from hip-hop rising star Young Nudy and super producer Pierre Bourne. Tickets for the tour go sale June 3.

Carter got his start in the rap game at the age of 16 when he released a mixtape in 2012 under the name Sir Cartier. However, upon turning 17, the rhyme-spitter changed his nom de rap to the much more distinct Playboi Carti. Since then, he’s establishing himself with well-received featured appearances on releases by high-profile artists like A$AP Rocky and Lil Uzi Vert. On April 14, Carter’s Playboi Carti mixtape was released to widespread critical acclaim and the number 12 spot on Billboard’s US 200 album chart.   

Playboi Carti’s upcoming tour.

June 22–Los Angeles, CA–Staples Center - BET Experience (Click here to get tickets)
July 8–Seattle, WA– Showbox SoDo (Click here to get tickets)
July 9–Portland, OR–Roseland Theater
July 11–Santa Cruz, CA–The Catalyst
July 13–Santa Barbara, CA–Earl Warren Exhibit
July 14–Sacramento, CA–Ace of Spades
July 15–San Francisco, CA–Audiotistic Bay Area Festival
July 17–Santa Ana, CA–The Observatory
July 18–San Diego, CA–North Park Observatory
July 21–Phoenix, AZ–The Marquee
July 22–Bonner Springs, KS–Fly Away Festival
July 23–Tucson, AZ–Rialto Theatre
July 25–Dallas, TX–South Side Music Hall
July 26–Austin, TX–EMOS
July 27–Houston, TX–Warehouse Live
July 29–Orlando, FL–Venue 578
July 30–Fort Lauderdale, FL–Club Cinema
Aug. 1–Tampa, FL–Orpheum
Aug. 4–Myrtle Beach, FL–House of Blues
Aug. 5–Greensboro, NC–Conde Denim Center
Aug. 6–Charlotte, NC–The Fillmore
Aug. 9–Washington, D.C.–The Fillmore
Aug. 10–Richmond, VA–The National (Click here to get tickets)
Aug. 11–Norfolk, VA–The NorVa (Click here to get tickets)
Aug. 12–Somerset, WI–Summer Set Music Festival
Aug. 15–Philadelphia, PA–Theatre of Living Arts
Aug. 16–Montclair, NJ–The Wellmont
Aug. 18–Wallingford, CT–Oakdale Theatre
Aug. 19–Boston, MA–Paradise
Aug. 20–Long Island, NY–Billboard Hot 100 Festival
Aug. 25–Detroit, Mi–St. Andrews Hall
Aug. 26–Chicago, IL–House of Blues
Aug. 27–Milwaukee, WI–The Rave
Aug. 29–Denver, CO–Ogden Theatre (Click here to get tickets)
Sep. 2– Columbus, OH–Breakaway Festival