After taking location recommendations from fans, Black Milk has added more shows to the U.S. leg of his upcoming Fever Tour.

On April 10, the respected rapper/producer announced part one of the tour consisting of 10 European and 14 U.S. dates (mainly consisting of West Coast stops) with the promise of more destinations. Black Milk lived up to his word by revealing 16 more dates on Tuesday (May 1) spanning across the East Coast, Midwest and South.

? don’t worry if you don’t see your city. this is just PART 1. more US+EU dates coming.. | tix @ blackmilk.biz/tours, link in bio. #FEVERTOUR #NatTurner @aaronabernathy @darujones @malikhunter UPDATE: BRUSSELS SHOW WILL BE W/ THE BAND NOW. ———————— EUROPE 5/12 Milan – BiKO 5/15 The Hague – Paard 5/16 Brussels – Manufacture 111 5/17 Paris – La Place 5/18 Marseille – Le Poste à Galène 5/20 Lyon – Le Périscope 5/21 Barcelona – Marula Café 5/23 Bordeaux – I-BOAT 5/25 Lisbon – Musicbox 5/26 Porto – Plano B . USA 6/13 San Diego – Soda Bar 6/14 Los Angeles – Echoplex 6/15 San Francisco – Brick & Mortar 6/16 Fresno – Strummers 6/18 Salt Lake City – Urban Lounge 6/19 Boise – Neurolux 6/20 Portland – Jack London Revue 6/21 Seattle – Chop Suey 6/23 Missoula – Top Hat 6/26 Denver – Larimer Lake 6/27 Albuquerque – Sister Bar 6/28 El Paso – Lowbrow Palace 6/29 Phoenix – Crescent Ballroom 6/30 Las Vegas – Bunkhouse

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Fever, which was released back in February, serves as Milk’s seventh solo album and his first since 2014’s If There’s A Hell Below. Accompanying his tour announcement is a special everchanging Spotify playlist crafted by Black Milk. It features songs from Fever alongside tracks from Kali Uchis, Parliament, SiR, Steve Lacy, KAYTRANADA, Danny Brown and Freddie Gibbs, among others.

The Fever Tour’s European leg kicks off on May 12 in Milan, Italy with more dates set to be added soon. The U.S. portion of the tour begins on June 13 in San Diego, California and concludes with two back-to-back shows in Black Milk’s hometown of Detroit on August 4 and 5.

Tickets are on sale here. Check the full tour slate below.

May 12 – Milan, Italy
May 15 – The Hague, Netherlands
May 16 – Brussels, Belgium
May 17 – Paris, France
May 18 – Marseille, France
May 20 – Lyon, France
May 21 – Barcelona, Spain
May 23 – Bordeaux, France
May 25 – Lisbon, Portugal
May 26 – Porto, Portugal
June 13 – San Diego, CA
June 14 – Los Angeles. CA
June 15 – San Francisco, CA
June 16 – Fresno, CA
June 18 – Salt Lake City, UT
June 19 – Boise, ID
June 20 – Portland, OR
June 21 – Seattle, WA
June 23 – Missoula, MT
June 26 – Denver, CO
June 27 – Albuquerque, NM
June 28 – El Paso, TX
June 29 – Pheonix, AZ
June 30 – Las Vegas, NV
July 11 – Cambridge, MA
July 13 – Brooklyn, NY
July 16 – Cleveland Heights, OH
July 17 – Chicago, IL
July 18 – Indianapolis, IN
July 21 – Milwaukee, WI
July 22 – Minneapolis. MN
July 24 – Kansas City, MO
July 26 – Austin, TX
July 28 – Atlanta, GA
July 30 – Asheville, NC
July 31 – Nashville, TN
August 1 – Raleigh, NC
August 2 – Washington, DC
August 4 – Detroit, MI
August 5 – Detroit, MI