Rihanna Is Taking The Weeknd, Big Sean And Travis Scott On Her #ANTIWorldTour

We still don’t know exactly when Rihanna’s ANTI album is dropping, but we do know she’s going on tour.

The bad gal announced on Twitter that her ANTI World Tour will start in February 2016. For her North American dates, Ri-Ri will bring along Travis Scott, and for her European dates, The Weeknd and Big Sean will join the roster. The tour will be sponsored by Samsung, who she is collaborating with on the album’s release, and will kick off in San Diego on Feb. 26. Tickets go on sale for TIDAL members on Nov. 30 and be available to the general public on Dec. 3.

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The rumor mill is churning out that Rihanna’s ANTI album may arrive on Nov. 27, a theory that may be supported by her tour tickets going on sale a week later. Safe to say the masses will have to keep their eyes peeled on ANTIdiaRy.com. Peep Ri-Ri’s announcement and tour dates below:

February 26 – San Diego, CA
 Viejas Arena
February 28 – San Jose, CA SAP Center
March 01 – Phoenix, AZ Talking Stick Resort Arena
March 04 – Austin, TX Frank Erwin Center
March 05 – Houston, TX Toyota Center
March 06 – Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
March 08 – New Orleans, LA Smoothie King Center
March 09 – Atlanta, GA Philips Arena
March 12 – Jacksonville, FL Jacksonville Arena
March 13 – Tampa, FL Amalie Arena
March 15 – Miami, FL American Airlines Arena
March 18 – Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena
March 19 – Cincinnati, OH U.S. Bank Arena
March 20 – Charlotte, NC The Time Warner Cable Arena
March 22 – Washington, DC Verizon Center
March 23 – Buffalo, NY First Niagara Center
March 24 – Auburn Hills, MI Palace of Auburn Hills
March 26 – Hartford, CT XL Center
March 27 – Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center
April 02 – Newark, NJ Prudential Center
April 03 – Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo
April 05 – Quebec City, QC Centre Videotron
April 06 – Montreal, QC Bell Centre
April 09 – Baltimore, MD Royal Farms Arena
April 10 – Boston, MA TD Garden
April 13 – Toronto ON Air Canada Center
April 15 – Chicago, IL United Center
April 18 – Winnipeg, MS MTS Centre
April 20 – Edmonton, AB Rexall Place
April 21 – Calgary, AB Scotiabank Saddledome
April 23 – Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena
April 24 – Seattle, WA KeyArena
April 27 – Salt Lake City, UT Vivint Smart Home Arena
April 29 – Las Vegas, NV Mandalay Bay
May 03 – Los Angeles, CA Forum
May 07 – Oakland, CA Oracle Arena

June 11 – Amsterdam, Holland Amsterdam Arena
June 14 – Coventry, United Kingdom Ricoh Arena
June 16 – Cardiff, United Kingdom Cardiff Stadium
June 18 – Sunderland, United Kingdom Stadium Of Light
June 21 – Dublin, Ireland Aviva Stadium
June 24 – London, United Kingdom Wembley Stadium
June 27 – Glasgow, United Kingdom Hampden Park
June 29 – Manchester, United Kingdom Emirates Old Park
July 5 – Stockholm, Sweden Tele2 Arena
July 7 – Copenhagen, Denmark Refshale Island
July 9 – Hamburg, Germany Volkspark Stadion
July 13 – Milan, Italy San Siro
July 15 – Nice, France Allianz Stadium
July 17 – Frankfurt, Germany Commerzbank Arena
July 19 – Lyon, France Grande Stade
July 23 – Lille, France Stade Lille
July 26 – Prague, Czech Republic Synotip Arena
July 28 – Cologne, Germany Rhein Energie Stadion
July 30 – Paris, France Stade de France
August 2 – Berlin, Germany Olympiastadion
August 5 – Warsaw, Poland PGE Narodowy
August 7 – Munich, Germany Olympiastadion
August 10 – Vienna, Austria Ernst Happel Stadium
August 12 – Zurich, Switzerland Letzigrund Stadion