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Ari Lennox Announces “Shea Butter Baby” Tour

Ari Lennox reveals dates for her headlining tour.

Dreamville’s resident siren Ari Lennox is officially hitting the road on her first major headlining run with her Shea Butter Baby Tour. Announced this week, tickets for the tour went on sale Friday, March 29th with the full run kicking off in Phoenix, Arizona on May 12th and ending June 14th in Ari’s native Washington D.C.

In between the dates, she’ll also be visiting locales that include Oakland, Dallas, Atlanta, Virginia Beach, and even includes an appearance at Philadelphia’s Roots Picnic.

The tour is, of course, named after her J. Cole collaboration of the same name and capitalizes on a great season of momentum for Ari and all of Dreamville at the moment. Check out the full itinerary down below.

The Shea Butter Baby Tour 2019

May 12th – Phoenix, AZ (Crescent Ballroom)

May 13th – Santa Ana, CA (La Santa)

May 15th – Los Angeles, CA (The Roxy Theatre)

May 16th – Santa Cruz (Atrium @ Catalyst)

May 17th – Oakland, CA (The New Parish)

May 21st – Denver, CO (Marquis Theater)

May 24th – Dallas, TX (House of Blues Dallas)

May 25th – Houston, TX (venue tbd)

May 26th – New Orleans, LA (The Parish Room)

May 28th – Orlando, FL (SoundBar.)

May 29th – Atlanta, GA (Vinyl)

May 31st – Virginia Beach, FL (venue tbd)

June 1st – Roots Picnic (The Mann Center)

June 2nd – Baltimore, MD (Baltimore Soundstage)

June 4th – New York, NY (The Bowery Ballroom)

June 5th – Boston, MA (Sonia Live Music Venue)

June 7th – Grand Rapids, MI (The Stache)

June 9th – Chicago, IL (venue tbd)

June 10th – Detroit, MI (The Shelter)

June 11th – Cleveland, OH (Grog Shop)

June 14th – Washington, D.C. (9:30)

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