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Nicki Minaj Announces The Nicki Wrld Tour European Dates With Juice Wrld

Nicki will hit the road in Europe beginning on Feb. 21 in Munich, Germany for a 22-date swing.

Nicki Minaj is headed overseas in 2019, and she’s brining Juice WRLD with her. The “Ganja Burn” rapper announced the dates for her 22-stop Nicki Wrld Tour on Friday (Dec. 21), a European swing that will kick off with a Feb. 21 gig in Munich, Germany. 

“I’m so excited to bring the full Nicki Minaj experience to my fans in Europe,” Minaj said in a statement about the tour, which promised a “new creative that will give her fans a fully immersive Queen experience.” “I have been carefully crafting the most exhilarating, unique, memorable piece of art to share with my incredible fans. I’m in love with Juice Wrld’s music & feel so stoked to have him join me. This will be one for the books.”


Minaj will also invite local acts from each country to join her on stage in each city. Back in August, Minaj delayed the planned start of her North American NICKIHNDRXX tour with Future, explaining to fans that “I reversed the order of the US & EUROPEAN LEGS of my tour,” saying that due to the push-back of her Queen album she did not have enough time to rehearse for the outing. “I gave my fans QUALITY. I write & co produce my own music. Therefore, I can’t rehearse while I’m WRITING & RECORDING my album.” Previously purchased tickets for the tour will be honored on the new dates. For ticketing information click here.

The Nicki WRLD Tour European dates.

Feb. 21 — Munich, Germany @ Olympiahalle

Feb. 22 — Bratislava, Slovakia @ Ondrej Nepela Arena

Feb. 24 — Lodz, Poland @ Atlas Arena

Feb. 25 — Budapest, Hungary @ Budapest Sportarena

Feb. 28 — Berlin, Germany @ Mercedes Benz Arena

March 1 — Copenhagen, Denmark @ Royal Arena

March 3 — Oslo, Norway @ Spektrum

March 4 — Stockholm, Sweden @ Ericsson Globe

March 6 — Brussels, Belgium @ Palais 12

March 7 — Paris, France @ AccorHotels Arena

March 9 — Bordeaux, France @ Metropole Arena

March 11 — London, UK @ The O2

March 14 — Birmingham, UK @ Arena Birmingham

March 15 — Dublin, Ireland @ 3Arena

March 17 — Glasgow, UK @ SSE Hydro

March 18 — Manchester, UK @ Manchester Arena

March 20 — Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg @ Rockhal

March 22 — Frankfurt, Germany @ Festhalle

March 23 — Cologne, Germany @ Lanxess Arena

March 25 — Amsterdam, Holland @ Ziggo Dome

March 27 — Zurich, Switzerland @ Hallenstadion

March 28 — Geneva, Switzerland @ Arena Geneva