Playboi Carti is hitting the road this fall. Taking to social media, the “Magnolia” hitmaker announced that he will embark on the “Antagonist Tour” alongside rapper-producers Ken Carson, Destroy Lonely as well as Homixide Gang.
Based on the poster shared on Instagram Story, the 26-year-old will kick things off on September 6 in Denver, Colorado. He will then make stops in cities throughout the United States such as Los Angeles, Houston, Chicago, Philadelphia, New York, Cleveland and Atlanta.
Carti will later bring his disruptive energy to several European cities. He’ll start in Dublin, Ireland before flying to Manchester, U.K. He’s also expected to entertain fans in London, Brussels, Amsterdam, Milan, Cologne, Berlin, Paris and Copenhagen.
Fans can buy tickets starting on Wednesday, July 12 via Ticketmaster.
The trek will follow Carti’s 2021’s “Narcissist Tour”, which was held to support his first No. 1 album, “Whole Lotta Red”. The project itself was dropped on December 25, 2020, and features guest appearances from the likes of Kanye West, Kid Cudi and Future.
It remains to be seen when Carti will release new music. He, however, was expected to appear on Lil Uzi Vert’s latest album, “Pink Tape”, which hit streaming services on June 30.
However, upon its release, fans noticed that Carti was left out of the record. It came as a surprise considering that Uzi had teased a Carti feature earlier this year.
When performing at Rolling Loud California in March, the “Just Wanna Rock” spitter previewed an unreleased track where they highlighted the tensions in their long-standing friendship but said they cherish the latter. “Shout out to Carti, we don’t talk hardly, but that’s where my heart be,” Uzi raps on the tune.