Lil Baby has announced his headlining It’s Only Us Tour, and he’s bringing GloRilla, The Kid LAROI and more with him for the summer 2023 trek.

Baby revealed plans for the IOU Tour with a cinematic trailer shared on Instagram on Monday (April 10), which shows him relaxing in the pool when he comes up with the idea for the cross-country trek



He then FaceTimes LAROI and Big Glo, along with fellow supporting acts Hxncho, Gloss Up and 4PF representative Rylo Rodriguez, to see if they’d be down to join him on the road.

“This Fasho Gone Be A Highlight Of The Summer !!” the Atlanta rapper wrote in his caption. “I’m Bringing @thekidlaroi @rylorodriguez @glorillapimp @glittergirlgloss @hunxho !! Tickets Available Thursday ….. #staytuned #IOU #newmusicotw.”

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The 32-date tour kicks off on July 26 in Houston. From there, Lil Baby and co. will venture through Los Angeles, Oakland, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Boston, Baltimore, Memphis, Charlotte and New Orleans, among other cities, before wrapping things up on September 22 in Fort Lauderdale.

Tickets are set to go on sale on Thursday (April 13) via Ticketmaster.



“This summer it’s bout to be lit in a city near you,” GloRilla said of the tour in her own Instagram post.

The roadshow comes in support of Lil Baby’s third album It’s Only Me, which dropped in October 2022. Boasting appearances from Future, Young Thug, EST Gee and more, the project debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 216,000 first-week sales and has since been certified platinum.

Lil Baby and GloRilla have yet to team up for a track, but they did connect backstage at a show last October where the CMG rapper taught the Atlanta native how to properly hit her signature “Tomorrow” dance.

The tour announcement comes as the “F.N.F.” hitmaker faces potential legal trouble stemming from a deadly stampede at her March concert in Rochester, New York, which killed three women.

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Attendees thought they heard gunshots inside the venue, which led to the crowd surge that killed 35-year-old Aisha Stephens, 35-year-old Brandy Miller and 33-year-old Rhondesia Belton.

A further seven people were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, according to the Rochester Police Department.



GloRilla currently isn’t named in the lawsuit, which was filed by Ronisha Huston, the sister of Belton.