Prof announces Pookie Baby's Spring Break Tour 2019

At face value, the musician known as Prof appears to be a satirical rendering of what you might think a hip-hop artist from middle America might be. In reality, Prof is a complex rhyme-sayer with the ability to dizzy you with his comical content and eyebrow-raising metaphors delivered in a unique top-tier flow. The Minneapolis, Minnesota-bred emcee has curated his very own movement within his neighborhood called the Stophouse Music Group, an independent record label that promotes local Minneapolis creatives and rappers.

Since the release of his debut album, Project Gampo, in 2007, Prof has dropped a total of three EPs and two more solo studio albums under his own Stophouse imprint before signing to Rhymesayers Entertainment. Now, after the release of his fifth studio album, Pookie Baby, in April 2018, Prof has developed an international fellowship that has become enamored with his lyrical ability and laissez-faire persona. Which is allowing him to embark on an upcoming cross-country tour in select cities called Pookie Baby's Spring Break Tour. Without further ado, check out all of the tour dates, venue locations, and ticket information for Prof's upcoming traveling show below:

March 22 – Rochester, MN – The Castle
March 23 – Bismarck, ND – Rock Point
March 24 – Fargo, ND – Sanctuary Events Center
March 26 – Omaha, NE – Slowdown
March 28 – Salt Lake City, UT – Urban Lounge
March 29 – Ft. Collins, CO – Aggie Theatre
March 30 – Englewood, CO – Gothic Theatre (Tickets)
March 31 – Santa Fe, NM – Meow Wolf
April 2 – Dallas, TX – The Prophet Bar
April 3 – Austin, TX – Mohawk Indoors
April 5 – Iowa City, IA – Blue Moose Tap House
April 6 – St. Cloud, MN – The Red Carpet

Be sure to catch Prof alongside Mac Irv, Cashinova, and Willie Wonka on the upcoming Pookie Baby's Spring Break Tour this spring. Also, check out Prof unite the masses in his visuals for his single "Andre The Giant" in the video link provided above. And lastly, stick with AXS for all of your ticketing needs.