Joey Bada$$, Flatbush Zombies, The Underachievers Announce New Tour

Joey Badass is taking his rap talents on the road for the Beast Coast Tour. The Flatbush Zombies and The Underachievers will also join the Pro Era star. The 30 stop tour will begin in March 22, 2013 in Portland, Oregon and end May 2, 2013 in Australia. Make sure you get your tickets before they sell out and check the official dates below:

03/22/13 Portland, OR Peter’s Room
03/23/13 Whistler, BC Gafinkel’s - Canada
03/24/13 Vancouver Vogue Theatre - Canada
03/25/13 Seattle, WA Neumos
03/27/13 Reno, NV The Alley
03/28/13 San Francisco, CA Slim’s
03/29/13 San Diego, CA Porter’s Pub
03/30/13 Santa Barbara, CA Velvet Jones
03/31/13 San Bernardino, CA Nos Center
04/03/13 New Haven, CT Toad’s Place
04/04/13 Boston, MA Middle East
04/05/13 Providence, RI PVD Social Club
04/06/13 Montreal Underworld – Canada
04/07/13 Ottawa Ritual Nightclub - Canada
04/08/13 Hamilton Spasso Event Center - Canada
04/10/13 Pontiac, MI Crofoot
04/11/13 Oxford, OH Brick Street
04/12/13 Chicago, IL Reggie’s
04/13/13 Madison, WI University of Madison
04/14/13 Bloomington, IL The Castle Theater
04/15/13 Columbia, MO The Blue Note
04/17/13 Pittsburgh, PA Altar Bar
04/18/13 Baltimore, MD Soundstage
04/21/13 New York, NY Gramercy
04/25/13 Auckland Vector Arena – New Zealand
04/27/13 Sydney Hordern Pavilion – Australia
04/28/13 Brisbane Riverstage – Australia
04/29/13 Melbourne Myer Bowl - Australia
05/02/13 Perth Red Hill - Australia

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