J. Cole is coming back heavy into the spotlight, and he's gearing up to hit the road for a brand new tour. The Dreamville head announced his KOD Tour this morning (May 8) to follow up to his critically acclaimed album, and he will be hitting up 34 different cities with Young Thug as the special guest.

The new tour kicks off on Aug. 9 in Miami, Fla. and hits up tons of major cities across North America including New Orleans, Dallas, Oakland, Las Vegas, Denver, Detroit, Hartford, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and plenty more. The tour, for now, is slated to wrap up on Oct. 10 in Boston, Mass., but of course, more dates may be added in the future.

Unfortunately, Thugger won't be present for every single date on the KOD Tour, as he is expected to not perform in Atlanta, Phoenix, Little Rock, New York and Washington, D.C. Regardless, fans will still get the full Cole experience at each date and location.

The news of Cole recruiting Thugger for the tour has gotten both praise and confusion from fans on social media, as the Fayetteville rapper's new album tackles criticism of mumble rap and drug use, which Young Thug's name has been attached to within his own music and brand.

Peep the full list of dates below and be sure to purchase your tickets here when they go on sale on Saturday, May 12 at 10 A.M. local time.

J. Cole's KOD Tour Dates With Young Thug

Aug. 9 - Miami, Fla. - AmericanAirlines Arena
Aug. 11 - Tampa, Fla. - Amelia Arena
Aug. 12 - Atlanta, Ga. - Infinite Energy Center*
Aug. 14 - New Orleans, La. - Smoothie King Center
Aug. 15 - Houston, Texas - Toyota Center
Aug. 17 - San Antonio, Texas - AT&T Center
Aug. 18 - Dallas, Texas - American Airlines Center
Aug. 21 - Phoenix, Ariz. - Talking Stick Resort Arena*
Aug. 22 - San Diego, Calif. - Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl SDSU
Aug. 24 - Los Angeles, Calif. - Staples Center
Aug. 29 - Oakland, Calif. - Oracle Arena
Sept. 2 - Boise, Idaho - Taco Bell Arena
Sept. 4 - Sacramento, Calif. - Golden 1 Center
Sept. 5 - Anaheim, Calif. - Honda Center
Sept. 7 - Las Vegas, Nev. - T-Mobile Arena
Sept. 8 - Salt Lake City, Utah - Vivint Smart Home Arena
Sept. 10 - Denver, Co. - Pepsi Center
Sept. 12 - Little Rock, Ariz. - Verizon Arena*
Sept. 13 - Birmingham, Ala. – Legacy Arena at The BJCC
Sept. 17 - Nashville, Tenn. - Bridgestone Arena
Sept. 18 - Kansas City, Mo. - Sprint Center
Sept. 19 - Minneapolis, Minn. - Target Center
Sept. 21 - Detroit, Mich. - Little Caesar's Arena
Sept. 22 - Chicago, Ill. - Allstate Arena
Sept. 23 - Columbus, Ohio – Schottenstein Center
Sept. 25 - Buffalo, N.Y. - KeyBank Center
Sept. 26 - Hartford, Conn. - XL Center
Sept. 28 - University Park, Pa. - Bryce Jordan Center
Oct. 1 - New York, N.Y. - Madison Square Garden*
Oct. 4 - Toronto, B.C. - Air Canada Centre
Oct. 5 - Montreal, Québec - Bell Centre
Oct. 6 - Philadelphia, Pa. - Wells Fargo Center
Oct. 8 - Washington, D.C. - Capital One Arena*
Oct. 10 - Boston, Mass. - TD Garden

*Young Thug will not be not performing

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