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Bad Boy Reunion With Puff Daddy, Lil Kim & More Is Now A National Tour

After announcing a pair of reunion gigs, Puff Daddy and the Family will now be taking their show on the road with a 25-date tour that will include sets from Lil Kim, the Lox, Mase, Faith Evans, Mario Winans, 112, Total, Carl Thomas and French Montana. The Bad Boy Family Reunion tour is slated to kick off on Aug. 25 at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus, Ohio, and is currently slated to run through an Oct. 8 gig at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California.

Puff Daddy & The Family to Reunite For 'One Night Only' Show For Notorious B.I.G.'s Birthday

The original May 20 getback was intended as a celebration of the birthday of late Bad Boy superstar Notorious B.I.G.; a gig at Brooklyn's Barcalys Center was later added on May 21. Those sold-out shows are also slated to feature appearances from Jay Z and Mary J. Blige on night one and MJB alongside Swizz Beatz and DMX on night two.

Tickets for the tour go on sale on May 20. "This isn’t just a concert– this is a moment in hip hop and R&B history," said Sean "Diddy" Combs in a statement announcing the tour. "The family and I are so excited to welcome fans into this once in a lifetime experience. This tour is 20 years in the making, and is a celebration of the hits and the Bad Boy lifestyle. The Bad Boy Family has set the standard for concert excellence, and this tour will be a testament to that!"

The Family will preview the reunion on Friday (May 20) when they help kick off the Today Show's Summer Concert Series with special performance.

Bad Boy Family reunion tour dates:

Aug. 25: Columbus, OH – Schottenstein Center

Aug. 26: Cincinnati, OH – U.S. Bank Arena

Aug. 27: Chicago, IL – United Center

Aug. 31: Kansas City, MO – Sprint Center

Sept. 2: Detroit, MI – The Palace of Auburn Hills

Sept. 3: Baltimore, MD – Royal Farms Arena

Sept. 4: New York, NY – Madison Square Garden

Sept. 6: Toronto, ON – Air Canada Centre

Sept. 8: Atlanta, GA – Philips Arena

Sept. 10: Miami, FL – American Airlines Arena

Sept. 11: Tampa, FL – Amalie Arena

Sept. 14: Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center

Sept. 15: Houston, TX – Toyota Center

Sept. 16: San Antonio, TX – AT&T Center

Sept. 18: Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena

Sept. 20: Charlotte, NC – Time Warner Cable Arena

Sept. 22: Washington, DC – Verizon Center

Sept. 23: Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center

Sept. 24: Boston, MA – TD Garden

Sept. 25: Newark, NJ – Prudential Center

Oct. 1: Las Vegas, NV – MGM Grand Garden Arena

Oct. 2: Glendale, AZ – Gila River Arena

Oct. 3: Los Angeles, CA – The Forum

Oct. 6: San Diego, CA – Viejas Arena

Oct. 8: Oakland, CA – Oracle Arena