Pusha T Darkest Before Dawn Tour: Dates, Cities and How to Buy Tickets

Source: AP
Source: AP

Just ahead of the Friday release of King Push — Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude, the prelude to his second album, "Trouble on My Mind" rapper Pusha T announced he'll be hitting cities across the United States, Canada and Europe on an upcoming Darkest Before Dawn tour to promote the album. Tickets go on sale the same day the prelude drops. 

Pusha T, real name Terrence Thornton, will kick off the tour in Vancouver in March and hit 18 cities across the U.S. including Los Angeles, Nashville, Boston and Chicago. The prelude to his second album drops Friday, and the rapper told Beats 1 Radio on Dec. 8 that he plans to release his full second album King Push while on tour.

Tickets go on sale at AEGLive on Friday.

Here's the full list of tour dates and cities:

March 3: Vancouver — Vogue Theatre

March 4: Seattle — the Showbox

March 6: Portland, Oregon — Crystal Ballroom

March 8: San Francisco — Regency Ballroom

March 9: Los Angeles — Belasco Theater

March 12: Denver — Ogden Theatre

March 16: Dallas — South Side Music Hall

March 17: Houston — Warehouse Live

March 20: Nashville — Marathon Music Works

March 21: Atlanta — Center Stage

March 22: Charlotte, North Carolina — Amos' Southend

March 23: Washington, D.C. — 9:30 Club

March 25: Philadelphia — Trocadero Theatre

March 26: New York City — PlayStation Theater

March 29: Sayreville, N.J. — Starland Ballroom

March 30: Boston — Paradise Rock Club

April 1: Montreal, Quebec — Club Soda

April 2: Toronto — Danforth Music Hall

April 4: Royal Oak, Michigan — Royal Oak Music Theatre

April 5: Chicago — the Vic

April 6: Minneapolis — Mill City Nights

April 25: Berlin — Kesselhaus

April 26: Paris — Le Trianon

April 27: London — Koko

April 29: Amsterdam — Paradiso

April 30: Copenhagen — Vega

May 1: Stockholm — Debaser Medis

May 3: Warsaw, Poland — Palladium

The rapper debuted his new track "Dark Sunshine" off the upcoming album on Tuesday's episode of the Daily Show. Watch the performance below:

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