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Lil Nas X Announces New Tour: Everyone Is Allowed Except Gay People

Lil Nas X Announces New Tour: Everyone Is Allowed Except Gay People

The dates stretch across North America and Europe. 

MikelleStreet

It's about to be the season of Montero.

Lil Nas X is launching his first-ever tour. After releasing his debut album Montero, the musician is ready to take it on the road with the "Long Live Montero" tour.

"I'm having my very first tour," the performer wrote in a tweet, makig the official announcement. "And all of you better come or I will cry on Instagram Live."

The tweet included a teaser trailer that was a montage of music videos as well as performances from the past few years. 

"Hello, I am Montero and I welcome you to my event, the Long Live Montero Tour," the 23-year-old says in a voiceover. "My world, my universe. Everyone's allowed ecept gay people. I am Lil Nas X and I present to you my first tour: Long Live Montero."

In a follow-up tweet, the performer specified that a CashApp presale will begin on April 27 — CashApp customers with the Cash Card can access this presale.

The tour will span North America and Europe. North American dates will go on sale begining Friday, April 29 at 10am local time. The artist will begin his performances in Detroit on September 6 and hit Chicago, Toronto, Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Nashville, Orlando, Miami, Los Angeles, Phoenix, and San Francisco. He will end the North American leg on October 23.

He will then move on to Europe beginning November 8 and hit Amsterdam, Berlin, Hambug, London, Paris, Brussels, and Barcelona. 

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Mikelle Street

Mikelle Street is the former editorial director of digital for PrideMedia, guiding digital editorial across Pride.com, The Advocate, Out, Out Traveler, and Plus. Catch his words on Twitter. 

Mikelle Street is the former editorial director of digital for PrideMedia, guiding digital editorial across Pride.com, The Advocate, Out, Out Traveler, and Plus. Catch his words on Twitter.