Fetty Wap 'Welcome to the Zoo' Tour: How to Buy Tickets, Cities and Tour Dates

Fetty Wap 'Welcome to the Zoo' Tour: How to Buy Tickets, Cities and Tour Dates

Following up his joint mixtape Coke Zoo with French Montana in October, "Trap Queen" rapper Fetty Wap announced the dates and cities for his first solo tour Welcome to the Zoo.

Fetty, real name Willie Maxwell II, will make 22 stops in cities across the United States on his upcoming tour kicking off February in Silver Spring, Maryland and wrapping up March in Cincinnati. Tickets will be available to purchase Friday on Ticketmaster and pre-sale starts Tuesday. The tour is sponsored by energy drink brand Monster Energy. 

Fetty also announced the news in a brief YouTube video:

Here are the tour dates and cities via Ticketmaster:

Feb. 5 — Silver Spring, Maryland — the Fillmore

Feb. 6 — Wallingford, Connecticut —the Dome at Toyota Presents Oakdale Theatre

Feb. 8 — Boston — House of Blues 

Feb. 9 — New York — Irving Plaza

Feb. 10 — New York — Irving Plaza

Feb. 11 — Philadelphia — the Fillmore

Feb. 13 — University Park, Pennsylvania — Bryce Jordan Center

Feb. 17 — Chicago — House of Blues

Feb. 18 — Indianapolis —Egyptian Room at Old National Centre

Feb. 19 — Detroit — the Fillmore

Feb. 24 — Denver — Fillmore Auditorium

Feb. 28 — Inglewood, California — the Forum

Feb. 29 — San Diego — House of Blues

March 4 — San Jose, California — City National Civic

March 8 — Dallas — House of Blues

March 9 — Houston — House of Blues

March 12 — San Antonio, Texas — Aztec Theatre

March 15 — Atlanta — the Tabernacle

March 17 — Raleigh, North Carolina — the Ritz

March 18 — Charlotte, North Carolina — the Fillmore

March 19 — North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina — House of Blues

March 25 — Cincinnati — Bogart's

Fetty's debut self-titled album was released a month before Coke Zoo in September and debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's top 200 albums, selling and streaming the equivalent of 129,000 album units in its first week, Billboard reported. At the end of November, he thanked his fans for supporting his meteoric rise by dropping the For My Fans EP, featuring freestyles over Rick Ross' "Aston Martin Music" and Gucci Mane's "Icy." Listen below.