Big Boi announces extensive tour, once again sans Andre 3000

Big Boi announces extensive tour, once again sans Andre 3000

Big Boi, one-half of Outkast and creator of such fine solo albums as last year’s Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumors, has announced a run of tour dates. Starting April 18 in Athens, Georgia, the rapper will play about 50 shows, including stops at the Summer Camp festival in Chillicothe, Illinois, Forecastle Festival in Louisville, and NXNE in Toronto.

Killer Mike will open and also make a few guest appearances during Big Boi’s headlining slot. A full list of dates is below, along with the video for “Apple Of My Eye,” Big Boi’s new single.

Big Boi tour 2013
April 18—Georgia Theater—Athens, Georgia
April 19—Orange Peel—Asheville, North Carolina
April 20—University Of Virginia—Charlottesville, Virginia
April 21—Sound State—Baltimore, Maryland
April 23—Lupo’s—Providence, Rhode Island
April 24—Brooklyn Bowl—Brooklyn, New York
April 25—College Of William And Mary—Williamsburg, Virginia
April 26—Penn State University—University Park, Pennsylvania
April 27—TLA—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
April 30—The Vogue—Indianapolis, Indiana
May 1—Vic Theater—Chicago, Illinois
May 2—San Francisco State University—San Francisco, California
May 3—The Rave—Milwaukee, Wisconsin
May 4—Beale Street Music Fest—Memphis, Tennessee
May 5—Granada Theater—Lawrence, Kansas
May 7—Cervantis—Denver, Colorado
May 8—Aggie Theater—Fort Collins, Colorado
May 9—The Depot—Salt Lake City, Utah
May 13—Roseland Theater—Portland, Oregon
May 15—The Catalyst—Santa Cruz, California
May 18—House Of Blues—Los Angeles, California
May 19—Observatory—Albuquerque, New Mexico
May 23—Bayou Music Hall—Houston, Texas
May 24—The Backyard—Austin, Texas
May 25—Palladium Ballroom—Dallas, Texas
May 26—Summer Camp—Chillicothe, Illinois
May 30—Marathon Music Works—Nashville, Tennessee
May 31—Track 29—Chattanooga, Tennessee
June 1—Soul Kitchen—Mobile, Alabama
June 2—Avondale Brewing Co.—Birmingham, Alabama
June 4—The Plaza Live—Orlando, Florida
June 5—Revolution—Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
June 6—Brewsters Megaplex—Jacksonville, Florida
June 7—Masquerade—Atlanta, Georgia
June 8—Music Farm—Charleston, South Carolina
June 9—Brooklyn Arts Center—Wilmington, North Carolina
June 11—Lincoln Theater—Raleigh, North Carolina
June 12—Amos—Charlotte, North Carolina
June 14—Howard’s Theatre—Washington, DC
June 15—Town Ballroom—Buffalo, New York
June 16—North By Northeast—Toronto, Ontario
June 19—Paradise—Boston, Massachusetts
July 12-14—Forecastle Festival—Louisville, Kentucky