Lil Uzi Vert will soon hit the road for the “Pink Tape” headline tour. The rapper announced 17 tour dates that kick off on Oct. 21 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Live Nation is producing the tour, which includes stops in Chicago, Detroit, Boston, Atlanta, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco and more before wrapping up in Uzi’s hometown of Philadelphia on Nov. 22.
The upcoming tour marks Lil Uzi Vert’s first headline tour since 2018. Reported dates to Pollstar’s Boxoffice include Uzi Vert’s Feb. 2 show at Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles, which sold out and grossed $214,583. In 2018, Lil Uzi Vert also joined G-Eazy on the “Endless Summer Tour,” which included sold-outdates in Mountain View, California, at Shoreline Amphitheatre (grossing $543,373), Rogers, Arkansas (grossing $401,028) and more.
In recent years, Lil Uzi Vert has performed at numerous festivals, including Rolling Loud Miami, Something in the Water, End of the Rainbow, Rolling Loud Los Angeles and more in 2019. In 2021, they joined Meek Mill as support for a sold-out performance at Madison Square Garden.
This year, Lil Uzi Vert’s performances have included festival sets at Rolling Loud Los Angeles, Rolling Loud Thailand, The Roots Picnic, Governors Ball, The Summer Smash Festival, Rolling Loud Rotterdam and Wireless Festival in London.
On June 30, Lil Uzi Vert released their new album, Pink Tape.
General onsale for the shows begin at 2 p.m. local time on July 7.
“Pink Tape Tour” dates
10/21 — The Armory — Minneapolis, MN
10/23 — Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom — Chicago, IL
10/24 — The Andrew J Brady Music Center — Cincinnati, OH
10/25 — Fox Theatre — Detroit, MI
10/31 — MGM Music Hall at Fenway — Boston, MA
11/02 — Hampton Coliseum — Hampton, VA
11/03 — PNC Arena — Raleigh, NC
11/05 — Avondale Brewing Company — Birmingham, AL
11/06 — Coca-Cola Roxy — Atlanta, GA
11/08 — South Side Ballroom — Dallas, TX
11/09 — Moody Center — Austin, TX
11/10 — 713 Music Hall — Houston, TX
11/13 — Fillmore Auditorium — Denver, CO
11/16 — The Kia Forum — Los Angeles, CA
11/18 — Bill Graham Civic Auditorium — San Francisco, CA
11/20 — Barclays Center — Brooklyn, NY
11/22 — Wells Fargo Center — Philadelphia, PA