Freebandz frontman celebrates his album with his own headlining, 45-date run.
In promotion of his upcoming Honest LP, Future is hitting the road for a 45-date tour, the rapper announced via news release on Wednesday (April 2).
The Honest tour begins May 23 in Milwaukee and will stop in major markets like Boston, Miami, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco and the Big Apple.
"I'm excited to finally hit the road to share my new album, Honest, with the fans," Future said in a statement. "It's been a long time coming, but I promise this tour is going to be one you don't want to miss out on!"
Future's forthcoming jaunt will be his first time headlining, and his second round on the live performance circuit in recent months. Last fall, the Freebandz label founder reportedly threatened Drake with a $1.5 million lawsuit for dropping him as the opening act on Would You Like a Tour? following a comment he made about Drizzy in a Billboard interview. They eventually worked out the misunderstanding, and Future resumed his spot on the road with the Toronto native.
Tickets for Future's Honest tour go on sale this Friday (April 4) via www.Freebandz.com.
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