This year’s “Scream Tour” will boast headlining performances from both Los Angeles, California lyricist Kid Ink and Detroit, Michigan newcomer DeJ Loaf.

The fully titled “Scream Nation: The Reintroduction Tour,” will make stops in 24 different cities, according to Billboard.

It was previously reported that Jeremih would also serve as one of the tour headliners, but the crooner has since announced, via Twitter, that he will not be involved with the tour.

The “Scream Nation: The Reintroduction Tour” will kick off on March 12 at St. Louis, Missouri’s Peabody Opera House and go on to make stops in Houston, Texas, New Orleans, Louisiana, Atlanta, Georgia, and well over a dozen other cities.

The tour will conclude on April 26 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

As a showcase of young, emerging Hip Hop and R&B talent, the “Scream Tour” has previously tapped the likes of Bow Wow, Bobby Valentino, Omarion, and Marques Houston.

The “Scream Nation: The Reintroduction Tour” itinerary is as follows:

March 12 – St. Louis, MO (Peabody Opera House)
March 13 – Chicago, IL (Aragon Ballroom)
March 14 – Detroit, MI (Fox Theatre)
March 17 – Denver, CO (Fillmore Auditorium)
March 19 – Phoenix, AZ (Comerica Theatre)
March 20 – Las Vegas, NV (THE AXIS)
March 21 – Los Angeles, CA (Palladium)
March 22 – San Jose, CA (City National Civic)
March 26 – Dallas, TX (South Side Ballroom)
March 27- Houston, TX (Bayou Music Center)
March 29 – Nashville, TN (Nashville Municipal Auditorium)
April 2 – Southaven, MS (Lander’s Center)
April 3 – Atlanta, GA (Fox Theatre)
April 4 – New Orleans, LA (UNO Lakefront Arena)
April 7 – Miami, FL (The Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater)
April 9 – Clearwater, FL (Ruth Eckerd Hall)
April 11 – Jacksonville, FL (Moran Theater at the Times-Union Center)
April 12 – Greensboro, NC (Greensboro Special Events Center)
April 16 – Norfolk, VA (Ted Constant Convocation Center)
April 17 – Washington, DC (DAR Constitution Hall)
April 18 – Camden, NJ (Susquehanna Bank Center)
April 19 – New York, NY (Kings Theatre)
April 23 – Cleveland, OH (Cleveland Play House)
April 24 – Louisville, KY (The Louisville Palace)
April 25 – Kansas City, MO (Independence Events Center)
April 26 – Minneapolis, MN (State Theatre)