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Nicki Minaj Announces NICKIHNDRXX Tour Featuring Future: See the Dates

With the release date for Nicki Minaj's fourth studio album Queen approaching, the 35-year-old has been teasing fans with a fistful of tracks and hearty promises for the past several weeks. With Minaj already set to headline Made in America this September, on Monday (June 11), she gave her devotees more of a reason to be excited. This September, the "Chun-Li" MC will be hitting the road for her NICKIHNDRXX Tour featuring Future

"I can't wait to see you all on the NICKIHNDRXX TOUR with @future," exclaimed Minaj on Instagram. "Presale starts 6/12 at 10am local time. Public on sale 6/15. Get more info at US/EUROPE."

The 28-city trek in North America will include stops in Brooklyn, Miami, Dallas, and Los Angeles, before concluding in Las Vegas Nov. 24. Rather than hit pause on their hefty tour schedule, she and Future will resume their expedition in Europe next February. While in Europe, the tandem will perform in countries such as Munich, Oslo, Amsterdam and Zurich. Their last concert will take place March 28 in Geneva. 


Last week, Minaj shared her Queen album cover on social media. Shot by "legendary" fashion photographers Mert and Marcus, Minaj gloated about how her new album will be her "best work to date." So far, Minaj has released several singles to stave off her rabid fanbase including "Chun-Li" and "Barbie Tingz." Last week, she also hinted at a possible collaboration with Ariana Grande for her forthcoming project.

As for Future, he will be headlining Billboard's Hot 100 Fest this August. You can grab tickets here to see him, Rae Sremmurd and DJ Snake headline at Jones Beach Theater Aug. 18 and Aug. 19. 

Take a look at the dates for NICKIHNDRXX's North American tour below. 

North American Tour Dates

9/21 – Baltimore, MD

9/23 – Washington D.C.

9/26 – Detroit, MI

9/28 – Chicago, IL

9/29 – Cincinnati, OH

10/1 – Toronto, ON

10/2 – Buffalo, NY

10/4 – Boston, MA

10/5 – Uncasville, CT 

10/7 – Newark, NJ

10/11 – Brooklyn, NY

10/14 – Raleigh, NC

10/16 – Charlotte, NC

10/19 – Miami, FL

10/20 – Orlando, FL

10/23 – Memphis, TN

10/28 – Nashville, TN

10/30 – New Orleans, LA

11/1 – Dallas, TX

11/2 – Houston, TX

11/4 – Kansas City, MO

11/6 – Denver, CO

11/9 – Portland, OR

11/10 – Seattle, WA

11/16 – San Jose, CA

11/17 – Sacramento, CA

11/20 – Los Angeles, CA

11/24 – Las Vegas, NV