Mick Jenkins Tour

Mick Jenkins hopes you haven’t forgotten about him.

The Alabama-hailing emcee, who burst onto the scene last year with his refreshing The Water[s] mixtape, is hard at work on the mixtape’s sequel, slated to be entitled Wave[s] and due out late next month. But he’s not stopping there.

It turns out that, before Waves[s] first single has even been released – assuming that isn’t “Alchemy,” of course – Jenkins is launching a tour in celebration of and promotion for this mixape’s upcoming release. Kicking off next week at Lollapalooza in Chicago and extending through October, Mick Jenkins’ tentatively untitled tour has his partnering with French electronica artist STWO with stops in 33 U.S. cities. You can expect Jenkins to perform a combination of stand-out tracks from both The Water[s] and Wave[s], but don’t be surprised if he brings out special guests at each stop.

Peep below to see if your city is on the list of those that Mick Jenkins and STWO will be passing through on their joint tour. Jenkins’ Wave[s] project is slated to arrive August 21st. And in case you were wondering, Houston’s own Warehouse Live will host Mick Jenkins and STWO on September 14th.

August 1: Chicago, IL – Lollapalooza
August 29: Indianapolis, IN – The Hi-Fi
August 30: Detroit, MI – Shelter
September 1: Toronto, Ontario – The Hoxton
September 2: Ottawa, Ontario – Ritual
September 3: Boston, MA – Middle East
September 4: New York, NY – The Gramcercy Theater
September 5: Washington, DC – U Street Music Hall
September 6: Philadelphia, PA – Made in America Festival
September 8: Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle
September 9: Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade/Hell
September 10: Miami, FL – Crowbar
September 11: Tampa, FL – Churchill’s Pub
September 12: Orlando, FL – BackBooth
September 14: Houston, TX – Warehouse Live
September 15: Austin, TX – The Parish Room
September 16: Dallas, TX – Trees Dallas

September 18: Santa Fe, NM – Skylight
September 19: Phoenix, AZ – Club Red
September 20: San Diego, CA – Observatory North Park
September 21: Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory
September 22: Los Angeles, CA – The Roxy
September 23: Santa Cruz, CA – The Catalyst
September 24: San Francisco, CA – Social Hall
September 25: Portland, OR – Star Theater
September 26: Seattle, WA – The Crocodile
September 27: Vancouver, British Columbia – Fortune Sound Club
September 29: Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
September 30: Denver, CO – Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom
October 3: Columbia, MO – Rose Music Hall
October 4: Iowa City, IA – Blue Moose Taphouse
October 5: Minneapolis, MN – 7th Street Entry

[via Pitchfork]