Nicki Minaj And Future Join Forces For NickiHndrxx

Owen Sweeney
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Future brings it on at Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore Aug. 21.

Two leading figures in hip-hop, Nicki Minaj and Future, have announced a co-headline tour that will span North America and Europe.

The North American leg opens at Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, Sept. 21 and continues for two months, ending at Las Vegas’s MGM Grand Nov. 24. After several months, the tour continues in Europe, starting Feb. 21 in Germany and wraps up in Geneva, Switzerland, March 28.

Citi cardholders get a presale for North America June 12 and the general onsale starts June 15 at 10 a.m. local time.

The “NickiHendrxx” tour comes after Future executive produced and curated the soundtrack for the film “Superfly” which he also co-produced. The project is set for release “very soon.” The film is due out for release June 13.

Future’s only other dates currently on the books are at festivals in Canada, FVDED In The Park in Surrey, B.C., July 6 and Festival D’été de Québec in Quebec July 7. He was scheduled to perform at FYF Festival before it was canceled, but he is still hitting the LA market with a Nov. 20 play at the Forum.

Nicki Minaj
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– Nicki Minaj
ABC’s “Good Morning America,” SummerStage Central Park / Rumsey Playfield, New York City

Future’s last gig was at Rolling Loud Music Festival, whose founders spoke to Pollstar last year about founding the “First Modern Hip-Hop Festival.”

Nicki is pushing tunes off her Queen album, due out Aug. 10 after being pushed back from a previous release date.

It has been awhile since Nicki was on the road, as she performed May 19 at New York’s HighLine Ballroom, but before that her last play was at Tidal X in 2016. She is also booked to play