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Nicki Minaj, Future Announce NickiHndrxx World Tour

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Nicki Minaj And Future tour

Hip hop hitmakers Nicki Minaj and Future are heading out on the road for a massive world tour. The NickiHndrxx World Tour will take both rappers across North America and Europe this fall and next spring respectively for what should be one of the biggest concert tours of the year.

The tour kicks off Sept. 21 in Baltimore, Maryland. It will take them through major markets such as New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, London, Paris, and Berlin. The tour wraps up March 28, 2019 in Switzerland.

Nicki is touring in support of her upcoming album, Queen – out Aug. 10.

Tickets for the shows go on sale this Friday, June 15.

See the full itinerary below.

2018

09/21 – Royal Farms Arena, Baltimore, Maryland
09/23 – Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C.
09/26 – Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, Michigan
09/28 – United Center, Chicago, Illinois
09/29 – US Bank Arena, Cincinnati, Ohio
10/01 – Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Canada
10/02 – KeyBank Center, Buffalo, New York
10/04 – TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts
10/05 – Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, Connecticut
10/07 – Prudential Center, Newark, New Jersey
10/11 – Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
10/14 – PNC Arena, Raleigh, North Carolina
10/16 – Spectrum Arena, Charlotte, North Carolina
10/19 – American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida
10/20 – Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
10/23 – FedEx Forum, Memphis, Tennessee
10/28 – Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, Tennessee
10/30 – Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, Louisiana
11/01 – American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
11/02 – Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
11/04 – Sprint Center, Kansas City, Missouri
11/06 – Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado
11/09 – Moda Center, Portland, Oregon
11/10 – Tacoma Dome, Seattle, Washington
11/16 – SAP Center, San Jose, California
11/17 – Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, California
11/20 – The Forum, Los Angeles, California
11/24 – MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada

2019

02/21 – Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
02/22 – Ondrej Nepela Arena, Bratislava, Slovakia
02/24 – Atlas Arena, Lodz, Poland
02/25 – Sportsarena, Budapest, Hungary
02/28 – Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin, Germany
03/01 – Royal Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark
03/03 – Spektrum, Oslo, Norway
03/04 – Ericsson Globe, Stockholm, Sweden
03/06 – Palais 12, Brussels, Belgium
03/07 – AccorHotels Arena, Paris, France
03/09 – Metropole Arena, Bordeaux, France
03/11 – O2 Arena, London, England
03/14 – Arena Birmingham, Birmingham, England
03/15 – 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland
03/17 – The Hydro, Glasgow, Scotland
03/18 – Manchester Arena, Manchester, England
03/20 – Rockhal, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg
03/22 – Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany
03/23 – Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany
03/25 – Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands
03/27 – Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
03/28 – Arena Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland

Residing in San Antonio, Peter is the creator and editor-in-chief of this blog. He is currently pursuing degrees in Journalism and Business & Event Management. He is a news junkie, pop culture aficionado, and live-music obsessed.

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