By | January 11, 2018

Tech N9ne may be headed to a city near you.

The rap vet is hitting the road on an extensive trek, The Planet Tour, starting in April. His new album, Planet, is scheduled to drop on March 2, and features appearances from Mackenzie Nicole, Krizz Kaliko, Darrien Safron and Joey Cool. His upcoming release follows his last album, Strange Reign, which dropped in October 2017.

"Holy shit Technicians you get the actual album cover AND the tour dates today? It's a good day right?' he announced on Instagram.

As for the tour, he'll hit Omaha, New Orleans, Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Sacramento, Denver and Chicago among other cities. Krizz Kaliko, Just Juice, Joey Cool and King Iso will also be featured on the tour.

You can check out his tour dates below. Purchase tickets here.

Tech N9ne's Planet Tour Dates

April 17–Cedar Rapids, Iowa–Cedar Rapids Ice Arena
April 18–Clive, Iowa–Seven Flags LN
April 19–Omaha, Neb.–Slowdown Sokol
April 20–Madison, Wis.–Orpheum Theater
April 21–Minneapolis, Minn.–Minneapolis Armory
April 22–Sioux Falls, S.D.–The District
April 23–Fargo, N.D.–Scheels Arena
April 24–Billings, Mont.–Pub Station
April 25–Missoula, Mont.–The Wilma
April 26–Spokane, Wash.–Knitting Factory
April 27–Seattle, Wash.–Showbox Sodo
April 28–Eugene, Wash.–Cuthbert Amphitheater
April 29–Seattle, Wash.–Showbox Sodo
May 2–Boise, Idaho–Knitting Factory
May 3–Boise, Idaho–Knitting Factory
May 4–Salt Lake City, Utah–Complex
May 5–Las Vegas, Nev.–House Of Blues
May 6–San Luis Obispo, Calif.–Pozo's Saloon
May 8–Santa Cruz, Calif.–Catalyst
May 9–Sacramento, Calif.–Ace Of Spades
May 10–Los Angeles, Calif.–Belasco Theater
May 11 –San Diego, Calif.–House Of Blues
May 12–Riverside, Calif.–RIverside Municipal Auditorium
May 13–Phoenix, Ariz.–Van Buren
May 14–Tucson, Ariz.–Rialto Theatre
May 15–Albuquerque, N.M.–Complex
May 16–Amarillo, Texas–Azteca Music Hall
May 17–Oklahoma City, Okla.–Diamond Ballroom
May 18–Dallas, Texas–House Of Blues
May 20–Houston, Texas–House Of Blues
May 21–New Orleans, La.–House Of Blues
May 23–Nashville, Tenn.–Marathon Music Works
May 24–Knoxville, Tenn.–Mill And Mine
May 25–Atlanta, Ga.–Buckhead Theatre
May 26–Charlotte, N.C.–Fillmore
May 27–Myrtle Beach, S.C.–House Of Blues
May 29–Norfolk, Va.–Norva
May 30–Washington, D.C.–Fillmore
May 31–Philadelphia, Pa.–Fillmore
June 1–Boston, Mass.–House Of Blues
June 2–Buffalo, N.Y.–Town Ballroom
June 3–Detroit, Mich.–Fillmore
June 5–Pittsburgh, Pa.–Stage Ae
June 6–Allentown, Pa.–Chameleon Club
June 7–Cleveland, Ohio–House Of Blues
June 8–Grand Rapids, Mich.–20 Monroe Live
June 9–Chicago, Ill.–House Of Blues
June 10–Milwaukee, Wis.–Eagles Ballroom
June 12–Cincinnati, Ohio–Bogarts
June 13–Indianapolis, Ind.–Egyptian
June 14–St. Louis, Mo–Pageant
June 16–Tulsa, Okla.–Cains
June 18–Springfield, Mo–Complex
June 19–Wichita, Kan.–Cotillion
June 21–Colorado Springs, Colo.–Black Sheep
June 22–Grand Junction, Colo.–Mesa Theater
June 23–Denver, Colo.–Fillmore

 

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