Travis Scott Announces Long-Awaited ‘Birds Eye View’ Tour

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The ‘Pick Up The Phone’ Rapper Will Be Embarking On Birds Eye View Tour

Well, it looks like summer 2017 will be a very lit one for all of the concertgoers out there. Travis Scott just announced his long-awaited Birds Eye View tour and fans are already going up in hysteria. The Houston bred rapper took to his Twitter and Instagram to reveal the announcement yesterday. “So ready for this tour to bust open. #BirdsEyeView.” he wrote, shortly after posting the tour’s flyer and indicating that today would be the day for more details.

This morning, Scott exclusively released the dates on his official website. The 31-city tour will kick off on March 10th in New Orleans, Louisiana, and run all the way through until July 9th, making its last out of the country stop in Turku, Finland. From the looks of it, there may be another segment of the tour; Scott implied that this was ‘Phase One’. However, we don’t know that for sure. Will a ‘Phase Two’ be coming soon?!?! We’ll just have to wait and see.

Coming off of the great success of his 2016 sophomore album, Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight, the 24-year-old has been keeping pretty busy. Aside from his January performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Scott recently launched his menswear collection, partnered with Helmut Lang. As you can see, Travis Scott is always working.


View the Birds Eye View tour dates below:

March 10th – New Orleans, Louisiana (Buku)
March 17th – Las Vegas, Nevada (Jewel)
April 12th – Santa Barbara, California (Santa Barbara Bowl)
April 14th – Indio, California (Coachella)
April 21st – Indio, California (Coachella)
April 27th – Wallingford, Connecticut (Oakdale)
April 30th – New York, New York (Terminal 5)
May 2nd – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – (Stage AE)
May 4th – Portsmouth, Virginia – (Portsmouth Pavilion)
May 5th – Charlotte, North Carolina – (Metro Credit Union)
May 6th – St Augustine, Florida – (St Augustine AMP)
May 7th – Miami, Florida – (Rolling Loud)
May 11th – Houston, Texas – (Revention)
May 12th – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – (Criterion)
May 13th – Rogers, Arkansas – (Walmart AMP)
May 15th – Kansas City, Missouri – (Uptown Theater)
May 17th – St Louis, Missouri – (Pageant)
May 18th – Milwaukee, Wisconsin – (The Eagles Ballroom)
May 19th – Grand Rapids, Michigan – (20 Monroe Live)
May 21st – Cleveland, Indiana – (Nautica)
May 24th – Indianapolis, Indiana – (Farmers Bureau)
May 25th Cincinnati, Ohio – (PNC Pavilion)
May 27th – Des Moines, Iowa – (7 Flags)
May 28th – St Paul, Minnesota – (Soundset)
May 31st – Salt Lake City, Utah – (The Complex)
June 1st – Boise, Idaho – (Revolution Center)
June 2nd – Eugene, Oregon – (Cuthbert AMP)
June 8th – 11th – Manchester, Tennessee – (Bonnaroo)
June 25th – Frankfurt, Germany – (Wireless)
July 6th – 8th – Frauenfeld, Germany – (Openair Frauenfeld)
July 7th – Berlin, Germany – (Splash!)
July 9th – Turku, Finland – (Ruisrock)

Tickets available here!


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