Tory Lanez Announces “Memories Don’t Die” World Tour

Grammy-nominated artist Tory Lanez is set to tour the world this summer, with the North American leg of his Memories Don’t Die Tour kicking off in May with stops in Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia and beyond. See full details below, tickets go on sale this Friday, April 6.

Memories Don’t Die, the sophomore album from Lanez, debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200 in March with 54,000 units earned.

Memories Don’t Die finds Lanez reflecting on his past—ruminating on the death of his mother and exploring how success has changed his life—as well as looking to the future and promising the world to his newborn son. With features from 50 Cent—an homage to the part of his adolescence spent in Jamaica, Queens—Future, Wiz Khalifa, Fabolous, NAV and more, the album highlights Lanez’s versatility, as quick to croon a chorus as he is to deliver a rap verse.

Memories Don’t Die follows Lanez’s critically acclaimed debut album I Told You, which reached #4 on the Billboard 200 upon its release with the highest first week sales of a debut urban artist in 2016. The album spawned two #1 hits, the Platinum-certified “Say It” and “LUV,” nominated for Best R&B Song at the 59th Grammy Awards.

May 11 Miami, FL Rolling Loud
May 18 San Marcos, TX The Marc
May 19 El Paso, TX Tricky Falls
May 21 Albuquerque, NM El Rey Theatre
May 22 Tucson, AZ Rialto Theatre
May 28 San Diego, CA The Observatory North Park
May 29 Los Angeles, CA The Novo
May 31 Santa Ana, CA The Observatory
June 3 San Francisco, CA The Warfield
June 5 Sacramento, CA Ace of Spades
June 7 Portland, OR Roseland Theater
June 8 Seattle, WA Showbox SoDo
June 9 Vancouver, BC Breakout Festival
June 12 Edmonton, AB Union Hall
June 13 Calgary, AB MacEwan Hall
June 14 Spokane, WA Knitting Factory Concert House
June 15 Boise, ID Knitting Factory Concert House
June 16 Salt Lake City, UT The Depot
June 18 Denver, CO Summit Music Hall
June 20 Oklahoma City, OK The Jones Assembly
June 21 Lincoln, NE Bourbon Theater
June 22 Kansas City, MO The Truman
June 25 Des Moines, IA Wooly’s
June 26 St. Louis, MO Delmar Hall
June 27 Grand Rapids, MI Intersection
July 1 Chicago, IL House of Blues
July 4 Toronto, ON Rebel Complex
July 7 Buffalo, NY Town Ballroom
July 8 Boston, MA House of Blues
July 11 Quebec City, QC Quebec City International Summer Festival
July 13 Montreal, QC M Telus
July 15 New York, NY The Greatest Day Ever!
July 16 Wallingford, CT The Dome at Oakdale Theatre
July 18 Philadelphia, PA Theatre of Living Arts (TLA)
July 19 Cleveland, OH House of Blues
July 20 Silver Spring, MD The Fillmore Silver Spring
July 21 Pittsburgh, PA Mr. Small’s
July 23 Wilmington, DE The Queen
July 24 Richmond, VA The National
July 25 Norfolk, VA Norva
July 26 Charlotte, NC The Underground – Charlotte
July 27 Raleigh, NC Lincoln Theatre
July 29 Greensboro, NC The Cone Denim Entertainment Center
July 30 Louisville, KY Mercury Ballroom
July 31 Nashville, TN Cannery Ballroom
August 1 Cincinnati, OH Bogart’s
August 3 Memphis, TN New Daisy Theatre
August 4 Baton Rouge, LA Varsity Theatre
August 5 Houston, TX House of Blues
August 7 Dallas, TX House of Blues
August 8 San Antonio, TX The Aztec Theater
August 10 Mobile, AL Soul Kitchen
August 11 Birmingham, AL Avondale Brewing Company
September 18 Dublin, Ireland Olympia Theatre
September 19 Glasgow, Scotland ABC
September 20 Manchester, England Victoria Warehouse
September 22 Birmingham, England O2 Academy 1
September 25 London, England O2 Brixton
September 27 Tilburg, Netherlands O13
September 28 Brussels, Belgium Ancienne Belgique
September 29 Paris, France Elysse Montmartre
October 2 Munich, Germany Muffathalle
October 3 Cologne, Germany Theater am Tanzbrunnen
October 4 Berlin, Germany Astra
October 6 Stockholm, Sweden Annexet
October 7 Oslo, Norway Sentrum Scene
October 9 Copenhagen, Denmark Vega