Pusha T hit the road back in May to begin the first phase of his It's Almost Dry Tour. Since the 12-city run ends this week, the Virginia native has revealed his plans for the rest of the tour.
On Wednesday, June 22, Pusha T announced the second phase of his U.S. tour in support of his It's Almost Dry album. In his latest Instagram post, the other half of The Clipse listed his new tour dates. Phase two of the tour will kickoff in Philadelphia on September 3 and will hit up 28 other major cities across the country from Las Vegas to Miami until he closes out in Connecticut on October 30.
The flyer also has certain dates marked with a star to differentiate his solo concerts from his scheduled festival appearances. The first two dates of the tour correlate to his scheduled sets at JAY-Z's Made In America Festival, which falls on September 3, and Day N Vegas 2022, which is the following day. More stars appear on his Cleveland, Ohio date since King Push is set to appear at Kid Cudi's Moon Man's Landing Festival and his Queens, N.Y. date, which falls during his anticipated set at Rolling Loud New York.
Over the past two months, Pusha T has made appearances at other festivals like Pharrell's Something In The Water Festival. He's also been focused on his upcoming film Respect The Jux. The rapper doesn't star in it but it is his first time serving as an executive producer of a movie.
Tickets for the second phase of Pusha T's It's Almost Dry Tour go on sale beginning Friday, June 24.