In support of his new album, Future is getting ready to hit the road for his 'Honest tour.'  The rapper will embark on a 45-city tour starting in May with several dates close to home. 

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If you wanna catch the tour, the complete itinerary is below.  In collaboration with 10Deep, Future is offering his fans VIP packages that include things like early admission, autographed tour swag and a tour T-shirt.

Future said of his upcoming tour, “I’m excited to finally hit the road to share my new album Honest with the fans,” he said in a press release. “It’s been a long time coming, but I promise this tour is going to be one you don’t want to miss out on!”

Listen to Tha Wire below and find out who his opening acts will be and find out when his new album "Honest
drops as well.  Meanwhile, tickets go on sale tomorrow, Friday (April 4) at  Future, as you know is expecting a baby boy with fiancée Ciara any day now and he just released the video for his new joint ‘Move That Dope,’ featuring Pusha T, Pharrell Williams and Casino, so this is turning out to be a big year for the rapper.

Here's a look at the Honest Tour Dates:

May 23 — Milwaukee, Wis. | The Rae
May 24 — Des Moines, Ia. | Val Air Ballroom
May 25 — Chicago, Ill. | Concord Music Hall
May 26 — St. Louis, Mo. | The Ambassador
May 27 — Columbus, Ohio | Newport Music Hall
May 28 — Cleveland, Ohio | House of Blues
May 29 — Detroit, Mich. | Crofoot
May 30 — Rochester, NY | TBA
May 31 — Sayreville, NJ | Starland Ballroom
June 1 — New Haven, Conn. | Toad’s Place
June 2 — Providence, RI | Lupo’s
June 3 — New York, N.Y. | Best Buy Theatre
June 4 — Boston, Mass. | House of Blues
June 5 — Philadelphia, Pa. | Trocadero
June 6 — Richmond, Va. | RVA Theatre
June 7 — Norfolk, Va. | The Norva
June 8 — Washington, D.C. | The Fillmore
June 9 — Baltimore, Md. | Soundstage
June 10 — Charlotte, N.C. | Amos Southend
June 11 — Myrtle Beach, S.C. | House of Blues
June 12 — Miami, Fla. | TBA
June 14 — Atlanta, Ga. | TBA
June 16 — Jacksonville, Fla. | Aqua
June 17 — New Orleans, La. | House of Blues
June 18 — Baton Rouge, La. | Varsity Theatre
June 19 — Dallas, TX | Southside Music Hall
June 20 — Houston, TX | TBA
June 21 — San Antonio, TX | The White Rabbit
June 23 — Denver, Colo. | Ogden Theatre
June 24 — Salt Lake City, Utah | The Complex
June 25 — Phoenix, Ariz. | Celebrity Theatre
June 26 — Santa Ana, Calif. | The Observatory
June 27 — Los Angeles, Calif. | Club Nokia
June 30 — San Francisco, Calif. | Regency Ballroom
July 1 — Sacramento, Calif. | Ace of Spades
July 1 — Portland, Ore. | Crystal
July 3 — Seattle, Wash. | Neptune
July 4 — Vancouver, BC, Canada | Vogue Theatre
July 5 — Edmonton, AB, Canada | Encore
July 6 — Calgary, AB, Canada | Flames Central
July 7 — Sakatoon, SK, Canada | Odeon Events Centre
July 8 — Winnipeg, MB, Canada | Garrick Centre
July 9 — Minneapolis, Minn. | Mill City Nights
July 11 — Toronto, ON, Canada | Sound Academy
July 12 — Montreal, QC Canada | L’Olympia


(Photo by Buda Mendes/Getty Images)
(Photo by Buda Mendes/Getty Images)

Beyonce wrapped up her Mrs. Carter World Tour with tears in her eyes last week.  The tour was a major success as it blew through 4 countries and stop off to more than 130 cities.  However, not all of Beys fans were happy with her shows.  As a matter of fact a couple of her fans are suing the R&B diva claiming they were trampled by a stampede before her concert in Chicago last December.

According to a Chicago news station, the “longtime fans” Raquel Castellanos and Gabriella Davidson aren’t just suing Beyonce, their lawsuit also names the venue, the United Center and the Mrs. Carter World Tour promoters, Live Nation.

The two women say they stood outside with thousands of fans for hours waiting on the gates to open.  When they did, they claim they were trampled by a “rushing mob” and as a result, the two fans were badly injured.  After being shoved to the ground, both Castellanos and Davidson were knocked unconscious and suffer several broken bones.

The women were injured bad enough to need hospital care.  That's not all either.  For the rest, listen to Tha Wire now.  Plus, find out what celebs are celebrating birthdays today.