After a seven-stop European tour opening for Eminem, Outkast will come home to headline a southern-flavored, 30-city U.S. tour featuring Ludacris. The tour kicks off Feb. 28 in Myrtle Beach, S.C., then hits the East Coast, Midwest and West Coast before returning to the southeast for a few more dates, wrapping up on April 15 in Charlotte, N.C.

Outkast’s fourth album, Stankonia, which currently sits at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 after 10 weeks on the chart, has been certified double-platinum. Ludacris’ platinum debut, Back For The First Time, is at No. 21 after 12 weeks on the chart.

Outkast and Ludacris’ U.S. tour schedule:

Feb. 28 — Myrtle Beach, S.C. (House Of Blues);

March 2 — Hampton, Va. (Coliseum);

March 3-4 — Philadelphia (Tower Theater);

March 5 — Boston (Factory);

March 7-8 — Washington, D.C. (D.A.R. Constitution Hall);

March 9-10 — New York (Theater At Madison Square Garden);

March 11 — Boston (Orpheum Theater);

March 13 — Cleveland (CSU Convocation Center);

March 14 — Detroit (Fox Theater);

March 15 — Cincinnati (Firststar Center);

March 16 — Chicago (Aragon Ballroom);

March 18 — Milwaukee (Hagles Ballroom);

March 19 — St. Louis (Pageant);

March 21 — Albuquerque, N.M. (Convention Center);

March 22 — Phoenix (Celebrity Theater);

March 23 — San Diego (Open Air Theater);

March 24-25 — Los Angeles (Universal Amphitheater);

March 26 — San Jose, Calif. (SJSU Events Center);

March 28 — Las Vegas (House Of Blues);

March 29 — Salt Lake City, Utah (E Center);

March 30 — Denver (Filmore);

April 1 — Austin, Texas (Music Hall);

April 2-3 — Dallas (Bronco Bowl);

April 4-5 — Houston (Ariel Theater);

April 7-8 — Atlanta (Fox Theater);

April 9 — New Orleans (Saenger Theater);

April 14 — Greensboro, N.C. (Special Events Center);

April 15 — Charlotte, N.C. (TBA).