American rap trio Migos has announced a nationwide tour that kicks off in San Francisco on Feb. 17. The tour dates are the first scheduled concerts for the rap outfit from Atlanta since the group weathered some legal trouble in April when all three members were arrested on campus at Georgia Southern University for illegal possession of firearms and marijuana.
Two of the band members, rappers Quavious "Quavo" Marshall and Kirshnik "Takeoff" Ball, were released shortly after the arrests on bail set at $10,000. However, the third member of Migos, Kiari "Offset" Cephus, wasn't released from custody until Dec. 4, according to Complex.
The group shared news of the upcoming tour via Twitter. Naturally, fans of the band were thrilled.
What's more, the musical group shared word of a mixtape on the horizon which is scheduled for release on Jan. 18. And last week, the group released a new track called "Case Closed," which references the arrests, incarcerations and subsequent releases.
Dab Tour dates, per Complex:
Feb. 17: San Francisco at the Regency
Feb. 19: Santa Ana, California, at the Observatory
Feb. 21: Los Angeles at Air and Style
Feb. 22: Seattle at Showbox
Feb. 23: Portland, Oregon at Wonder Ballroom
Feb. 27: Milwaukee, Wisconsin at the Rave
Feb. 28: Chicago at House of Blues
Feb. 29: Detroit at Majestic Theatre
March 2: Boston at Middle East Downstairs
March 3: Philadelphia at Theatre of Living Arts
March 4: New York at Irving Plaza
March 6: Silver Spring, Maryland at the Fillmore
March 8: Raleigh, North Carolina at the Ritz
March 11: Atlanta at Center Stage
March 15: Charlotte, North Carolina, at the Fillmore