Kendrick Lamar may have only just finished his Spring tour, but the Top Dawg Entertainment general shows no end to his well-known work ethic, by topping his previous activities with something even greater.
The rapper will be embarking on yet another world tour, in honor of his good kid, m.A.A.d city album, alongside special guest contributions from ScHoolboy Q, Ab-Soul and Jay Rock.

You’ll be able to catch K. Dot at a number of events in the U.S., Canada, UK, France, Sweden and many more. As well as the solo dates, you may notice that he will be performing at several major festivals, requiring you to purchase tickets for that day.

60 shows. 15 countries. 23 headline concert dates. 22 international festivals. 15 US summer festivals. Is that enough for Kendrick you? The boy is working.

Tour dates below

May 5–West Palm Beach, Florida: Sunfest
May 11–Columbia, Maryland: Sweetlife Festival
May 17–La Jolla, California: Sungod Festival
May 18–Gulf Shores, Alabama: Hangout Music Festival
May 22–Las Vegas, Nevada: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
May 23–Magna, Utah: The Great Saltair
May 29–Portland, ME: The Waterfront at Ocean Gateway
May 30–Albany, NY: Washington Avenue Armory
June 1–Essex Junction, VT: Champion Valley Exposition
June 3–Ice Garden: Belle Vernon, PA
June 4–Cleveland, OH: Jacob’s Pavilion at Nautica Park
June 5–Detroit, Michigan: Chene Park
June 6–Indianapolis, Indiana: The Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park
June 8–New York, NY: Governor’s Ball
June 10–Baton Rouge, LA: Baton Rouge River Center
June 11–Houston, Texas: Reliant Center
June 12–Grand Prairie, Texas: Verizon Theatre
June 13–New Fraunfels, Texas: WhiteWater Amphitheatre
June 16–Manchester, TN: Bonnaroo
June 19–Saint Augustine, Floria: St. Augustine Amphitheatre
June 20–Atlanta, Georgia: The Tabernacle
June 21–Simpsonville, South Carolina: Charter Amphitheatre
June 22–Dover, DE: Firefly Music Festival
June 23–Raleigh, North Carolina: Red Hat Amphitheatre
June 26–Mesa, Arizona: Mesa Amphitheatre
June 28–San Diego, California: Del Mar Fair
July 3–Gdynia, PL: Heineken Open’er Festival
July 4–Roskilde, Denmark: Roskilde Festival
July 5–Zürich, Switzerland: Touch the Lake Festival
July 6–Haachtsesteenwg, BE: Rock Werchter Festival
July 7–Arras, FR: Main Square Festival
July 8–Birmingham, UK: 02 Academy Birmingham
July 9–Manchester, UK: 02 Apollo Manchester
July 10–Leeds, UK: 02 Academy Leeds
July 11–Gräfenhainichen, DE: Splash Festival
July 12–Kinross-shire, UK: T in the Park Festival
July 13–London, UK: Wireless Festival Hyde Park
July 14–Rotterdam, Netherlands: North Sea Jazz Festival
July 17–Lausanne, Switzerland: Montreaux Jazz Festival
July 18–Molde, NO: Molde Jazz Festival
July 19–Tønsberg, Norway: Slottsfjellet, Tønsberg
July 20–Pori, Finland: Pori Jazz Festival
July 27–Yuzawa-machi Minamiuonuma-gun, Niigata, Japan: FUJI Rock 2013
August 2–Toronto, Ontario: Sound Academy
August 3–Chicago, Illinois: Lollapalooza
August 4–Montreal, Quebec: Osheaga Music Festival
August 8–Oslo, Norway: Oya Festival
August 9–Helsinki, Finland: Flow Festival
August 10–Gothenburg, SE: Way Out West
August 15–Hasselt, BE: Pukkelpop Festival
August 16–Biddinghuizen, NL: Lowlands Festival
August 17–Chelmsford, UK: V Festival
August 18–South Staffordshire, UK: V Festival
August 20–Glasgow, UK: Bellahouston Park
August 22–Saint-Denis, Ile-De-France, France: Stade de France
August 23–Paris, France: Rock En Seine Festival
August 24–Hradec Králové, CZ: Hip Hop Kemp Festival

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