As his ‘Dark Sky Paradise‘ album recently took the #1 spot on the Billboard 200, Big Sean has announced that he will be taking his debut album on the road for a spring tour. The schedule which spans over 25 days, was revealed on Instagram and will include a performance at MTV‘s upcoming Woodie Awards.
The first few dates of the tour is expected to include a two-day stint in Tokyo. The entire tour will then end with an appearance at Soundset in May. His last tour appearance at the Minnesota-based festival which will be hosting its 8th annual edition, will feature J. Cole, Logic, Ice Cube, and others. Last year, an estimation of 30,000 people turned up for the event.
Check out the tour schedule that was released via Instagram below. The photo also shares that more dates will be announced.