Post Malone is coming to a city near you. The “White Iverson” rapper has announced dates for his upcoming "Stoney Tour."

The North American trek, in support of his debut album, Stoney, launches on Sept. 2 at Chicago’s North Coast Festival. From there, the jaunt will hit major cities like Boston, New York, Detroit, Las Vegas, and Miami, before winding down his run on Halloween in Atlanta.

A pre-sale run for tickets will start on Wednesday (Aug. 2) at and the password is CONGRATULATIONS, which is the title of his latest Top 10 single.

In addition, you can catch Post Malone performing on Future's "The Future Hndrxx Tour" beginning Aug. 14 in Tampa, Fla.

Outside of touring, Post Malone is also working on his next project, Beerbongs & Bentleys, the follow-up to his platinum-selling LP, Stoney.

Stoney Tour Dates

Sept. 2: Chicago, Ill. | North Coast Festival
Sept. 9: Anaheim, Calif. | Day & Night Festival
Sept. 12: Boston, Mass. | House of Blues
Sept. 13: Ottawa, Canada | City Folk Festival
Sept. 15: Philadelphia, Pa. | Electric Factory
Sept. 16: Washington D.C. | The Fillmore
Sept. 19: New York, N.Y. | Playstation Theater
Sept. 20: Cleveland, Ohio | Agora
Sept. 21: Detroit, Mich. | Majestic
Sept. 24: St. Louis, Mo. | Pop’s
Sept. 25: Kansas City, Kan. | Uptown Theater
Sept. 26: Boulder, Colo. | Boulder Theater
Sept. 27: Salt Lake City, Utah | Complex
Sept. 29: Portland, Ore. | Roseland
Sept. 30: Seattle, Wash. | Showbox Sodo
Oct. 3: San Francisco, Calif. | Warfield
Oct. 4: San Diego, Calif. | Observatory
Oct. 5: Las Vegas, Nev. | Brooklyn Bowl
Oct. 7: Phoenix, Ariz. | Marquee
Oct. 10: Albuquerque, NM | El Rey
Oct. 11: Oklahoma City, Okla. | The Criterion
Oct. 14: Mexico | Elusion Festival
Oct. 17: Miami, Fla. | Revolution
Oct. 18: Orlando, Fla. | Venue 578
Oct. 22: Nashville, Tenn. | Marathon Music Works
Oct. 24: Dallas, Texas | Bomb Factory
Oct. 25: Austin, Texas | Stubb’s
Oct. 26: Houston, Texas | House of Blues
Oct. 29: New Orleans, La. | Voodoo Festival
Oct. 31: Atlanta, Ga. | Centerstage

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