Aesop Rock’s ‘Impossible’ Adventure

Aesop Rock returns to the road following the release of his new album due out in April.  Beginning in early May, destinations include Seattle, Denver, New York, Baton Rouge and Dallas.
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The tour features Rob Sonic and DJ Zone with support provided by Homeboy Sandman, whom Aesop Rock collaborated with on 2015’s LICE EP.

Aesop Rock’s new album, The Impossible Kid drops April 29 on Rhymesayers Entertainment and can be preordered via this link.  Today’s tour announcement arrives in conjunction with the third episode of his ongoing video series debuting on Funny Or Die.  The video depicts the MC undergoing therapy with a cartoon bear.

The artist also released his new freestyle over Pusha T’s “Untouchable” through Pigeons and Planes.

The tour begins in the Pacific Northwest and travels south along the West Coast before heading eastward.  Here’s the routing:

May 5 – Bellingham, Wash., Wild Buffalo House Of Music
May 6 – Seattle, Wash., Neumos
May 7 – Portland, Ore., Wonder Ballroom
May 9 – San Francisco, Calif., The Fillmore
May 10 – Santa Cruz, Calif., The Catalyst
May 12 – Los Angeles, Calif., The Novo
May 13 – Solana Beach, Calif.,  Belly Up Tavern
May 15 – Phoenix, Ariz., The Crescent Ballroom
May 16 – Tucson, Ariz., Club Congress
May 18 – Las Vegas, Nev., Fremont Country Club
May 20 – Albuquerque, N.M., Sunshine Theater
May 21 – Durango, Colo., Animas City Theatre
May 23 – Denver, Colo., Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom
May 24 – Fort Collins, Colo., Aggie Theatre
June 2 – Madison, Wis., Majestic Theatre
June 3 – Chicago, Ill., Metro / Smart Bar
June 4 – Grand Rapids, Mich., The Pyramid Scheme
June 6 – Pontiac, Mich., The Crofoot
June 7 – Cleveland Heights, Ohio, Grog Shop
June 8 – Columbus, Ohio, A & R Music Bar
June 10 – Pittsburgh, Pa., Rex Theater
June 11 – Philadelphia, Pa., Union Transfer
June 13 – New York, N.Y., Irving Plaza
June 15 – Portland, Maine, Port City Music Hall
June 16 – South Burlington, Vt., Higher Ground – Ballroom
June 17 – Boston, Mass., Paradise Rock Club
June 27 – Richmond, Va., The National
June 28 – Washington, D.C., 9:30 Club
June 29 – Carrboro, N.C., Cat’s Cradle
July 2 – Knoxville, Tenn., The International
July 3 – Atlanta, Ga., The Loft At Center Stage
July 5 – Orlando, Fla., The Social
July 6 – Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Revolution Live
July 8 – Saint Petersburg, Fla., State Theatre
July 10 – Pensacola, Fla., Vinyl Music Hall
July 11 – Baton Rouge, La., Varsity Theatre
July 13 – San Antonio, Texas, The Paper Tiger
July 14 – Dallas, Texas, Trees

Tickets for many shows go on sale March 25.  Click here for more information.