Future Takes The World By Storm

Future already lit up music charts with back to back releases his Future and Hndrxx albums earlier this year, and now he is headed on a global tour scheduled to hit four continents.

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Future gets the crowd into at DTE Energy Music Theater in Clarkston, Mich., May 28.

The man already had a bunch of dates lined up in June with various combinations of Migos,

Now Future has appearances booked into October. After the June headline gigs, he has a show at Summerfest in Milwaukee July 8.  After that is a play in Lisbon, Portugal’s Super Bock Super Rock July 14 and two shows in Africa, in Mozambique and Tanzania July 21-22.

North America gets a full run from Future in August and September, followed by Australia, New Zealand and finally Europe. His last scheduled date is currently at London’s

Tickets to the new U.S. shows go on sale June 23. Tickets for most European dates go on sale June 23 at 10 a.m., except Stockholm, which goes on sale June 26 at 9 a.m. All times local.

Future has become a standard bearer for trap music and the Atlanta-style of hip hop that continues to gain momentum around the country. While many hip hop purists criticize his rhymes, his output is remarkable. His two latest projects were released a week apart, and both hit number one on various record charts.

To see all of Future’s plans, check out his artist page