Los Angeles, CA – Whether he makes rap or not, Post Malone has earned himself a sizeable — and loyal — fanbase.

Monster Energy and Outbreak has recognized the hustle and named the “White Iverson” star to headline their upcoming The Hollywood Dreams Tour which kick-offs in San Diego at The Observatory on September 14th and will also coincide with the fall release of his new album, Stoney.

“I love Monster Energy. It’s amazing for them to support my music, and I’m so excited to headline the Outbreak Tour this fall. Can’t wait to perform my new songs for you all! Love Posty.” Post Malone said excitedly in a press release.

Tour producer Steven Ljubicic chimes in with “Post Malone headlining the Outbreak Tour is like having gold in your portfolio right now. He gives the Monster brand enlightened context and as it continues to be a signpost in music culture. Post is stylistically complex and battle tested from both our previous sold out tour and Justin Bieber’s. We’re thrilled to be part of this career defining moment while he nurtures his craft.”

Special guests Jazz Cartier and Larry June will also be along for the 41-city tour as well his trusty producer, FKi 1st, who will hold down the hosting duties.

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Since 2011, The Outbreak franchise has boasted six annual tours; Hip Hop, Rock, EDM, College, Comedy, Country and the buzz-worthy Outbreak House at SXSW with Hip Hop superstars such as Kendrick Lamar, Macklemore, Logic, Iggy Azalea and Fetty Wap being counted amongst the alumni.

Fans can visit www.postmalone.com now and use password HOLLYWOOD to gain exclusive access to tickets, meet-and-greet opportunities and VIP packages.

The Hollywood Dreams Tour dates can be seen down below.

Monster Energy Outbreak Tour 2016 Featuring Post Malone:

9.14.16 SAN DIEGO, CA OBSERVATORY
9.16.16 PHOENIX, AZ MARQUEE
9.17.17 PROVO, UT* THE MADISON
9.18.16 DENVER, CO THE OGDEN
9.20.16 AUSTIN, TX EMOS
9.21.16 DALLAS, TX HOUSE OF BLUES
9.22.16 HOUSTON, TX HOUSE OF BLUES
9.23.16 SAN ANTONIO, TX AZTEC THEATRE
9.24.16 NEW ORLEANS, LA REPUBLIC
9.26.16 ATLANTA, GA MASQUERADE
9.27.16 CHARLOTTE, NC THE FILLMORE
9.28.16 RALEIGH, NC THE RITZ
9.29.16 RICHMOND, VA THE NATIONAL
9.30.16 NORFOLK, VA THE NORVA
10.3.16 MONTREAL, QC METROPOLIS
10.5.16 TORONTO, ON^ SOUND ACADEMY
10.6.16 CLEVELAND, OH HOUSE OF BLUES
10.7.16 WASHINGTON, D.C. THE FILLMORE
10.8.16 BALTIMORE, MD SOUNDSTAGE
10.9.16 PHILADELPHIA, PA TLA
10.11.16 NEW HAVEN, CT TOAD’S PLACE
10.13.16 BOSTON, MA HOUSE OF BLUES
10.15.16 PITTSBURGH, PA DIESEL
10.16.16 COLUMBUS, OH THE BLUESTONE
10.18.16 DETROIT, MI ST. ANDREWS
10.21.16 CHICAGO, IL CONCORD MUSIC HALL
10.22.16 MADISON, WI THE ORPHEUM THEATRE
10.23.16 MINNEAPOLIS, MN FIRST AVENUE
10.26.16 SASKATOON, SK OBRIAN’S
10.27.16 CALGARY, AB MACEWAN BALLROOM
10.28.16 EDMONTON, AB UNION HALL
10.30.16 VANCOUVER, BC THE VOGUE
10.31.16 SEATTLE, WA THE SHOWBOX
11.1.16 PORTLAND, OR ROSELAND THEATRE
11.3.16 SACRAMENTO, CA ACE OF SPADES
11.4.16 SAN FRANCISCO, CA THE REGENCY
11.6.16 SANTA CRUZ, CA THE CATALYST
11.7.16 ORANGE COUNTY, CA THE OBSERVATORY
11.9.16 LOS ANGELES, CA THE WILTERN