6ix9ine Is Going on Tour With Nicki Minaj and Future

6ix9ine had a pretty scary Sunday—the Brooklyn-based rapper was allegedly kidnapped, robbed and attacked in the wee hours of the morning—but his week has been going in the right direction after the scary incident.

That same day, he and Nicki Minaj released the Candy Land-themed video for their joint track "FEFE," and on Tuesday (July 24), the Queens-bred emcee announced 6ix9ine as the first of three surprise openers who'll be hitting the road with her and Future on their co-headlining NICKIHNDRXX Tour. The other two will be announced on later dates.

"6ix9ine is 1 of the 3 artists that Future and I have added to the #NickiHndrxx WORLD TOUR. Tickets come w|a physical copy of #QUEEN which will be released on August 10th. Tour link in bio. #Fefe #1 on APPLE MUSIC, TIDAL, YOUTUBE, #2 on SPOTIFY, #3 on iTunes," Minaj wrote alongside photos of her and the 22-year-old rapper. 

Check out the announcement below.

 

The world tour begins September 21 in Baltimore and goes through the beginning of 2019, where it ends on March 28 in Geneva, Switzerland. Take a look at the full list of dates below.

NICKIHNDRXX Tour Dates

North America

09/21 - Baltimore, MD @ Royal Farms Arena

09/23 - Washington, D.C. @ Capital One Arena

09/26 - Detroit, MI @ Little Caesars Arena

09/28 - Chicago, IL @ United Center

09/29 - Cincinnati, OH @ US Bank Arena

10/01 - Toronto, Ontario @ Air Canada Centre

10/02 - Buffalo, NY @ KeyBank Center

10/04 - Boston, MA @ TD Garden

10/05 - Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun Arena

10/07 - Newark, NJ @ Prudential Center

10/11 - Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center

10/14 -  Raleigh, NC @ PNC Arena

10/16 - Charlotte, NC @ Spectrum Center

10/19 - Miami, FL @ American Airlines Center

10/20 - Orlando, FL @ Amway Arena

10/23 - Memphis, TN @ FedEx Forum

10/28 - Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena

10/30 - New Orleans, LA @ Smoothie King Center

11/01 - Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center

11/02 - Houston, TX @ Toyota Center

11/04 - Kansas City, MO @ Sprint Center

11/06 - Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center

11/09 - Portland, OR @ Moda Center

11/10 - Seattle, WA @ Tacoma Dome

11/16 - San Jose, CA @ SAP Center

11/17 - Sacramento, CA @ Golden 1 Center

11/20 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Forum

11/24 - Las Vegas, NV @ MGM Grand

Europe

02/21 - Munich, Germany @ Olympiahalle

02/22 - Bratislava, Slovakia @ Ondrej Nepela Arena

02/24 - Lodz, Poland @ Atlas Arena

02/25 - Budapest, Hungary @ Budapest Sportarena

02/28 - Berlin, Germany @ Mercedes Benz Arena

03/01 - Copenhagen, Denmark @ Royal Arena

03/03 - Oslo, Norway @ Spektrum

03/04 - Stockholm, Sweden @ Ericsson Globe

03/06 - Brussels, Belgium @ Palais 12

03/07 - Paris, France @ AccorHotels Arena

03/09 - Bordeaux, France @ Metropole Arena

03/11 - London, England @ The O2

03/14 - Birmingham, England @ Arena Birmingham

03/15 - Dublin, Ireland @ 3Arena

03/17 - Glasgow, Scotland @ SSE Hydro

03/18 - Manchester, England @ Manchester Arena

03/20 - Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg @ Rockhal

03/22 - Frankfurt, Germany @ Festhalle

03/23 - Cologne, Germany @ Lanxess Arena

03/25 - Amsterdam, The Netherlands @ Ziggo Dome

03/27 - Zurich, Switzerland @ Hallenstandion

03/28 - Geneva, Switzerland @ Arena Geneva

Photo: Getty Images

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