2024 hip-hop tours: A list

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For fans interested in attending one or all of the many hip-hop tours taking place this year, ABC Audio has compiled a list of some of the road shows announced so far. From #GagCity to #BigAsTheWhat, here’s who will be playing some of the biggest stages across the globe:¬†

Nicki Minaj¬†—¬†Pink Friday 2 World Tour

In honor of her¬†chart-topping fifth album,¬†Pink Friday 2, Nicki will travel to¬†more than 40 cities around the world, with shows slated in the U.S. and Europe. She’ll kick the tour off with a show in Oakland, California, in March and end with a June 12 show in Stockholm.¬†¬†

Drake & J. Cole¬†—¬†It’s All a Blur Tour ‚Äď Big As the What?

The dynamic duo will make a trek across North America, with stops in 22 major U.S. cities. They pushed back their original January start date and now have shows slated for February 2 and 4 in Tampa, Florida, with final stops planned for Denver in April.  

Burna Boy¬†—¬†I Told Them…Tour

The Afrobeats giant will continue his concert series, named after his seventh album, which kicked off in November. Burna’s tour is scheduled through July 20.¬†

Andr√©¬†3000¬†—¬†New Blue Sun Live Tour

To commemorate his first solo album, a project of nothing but instrumentals using wind instruments, the former Outkast member will play select shows from January through March. 

Busta Rhymes¬†—¬†Blockbusta Tour

Busta plans to celebrate his 11th studio LP, Blockbusta, with a road show through North America. It kicks off in San Francisco on March 13 and is scheduled to end on April 21 in Brooklyn. 

Offset¬†—¬†Set it Off Tour

The former Migos rapper is plotting his first solo show, running through March and April. 

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