Posted by , Jul 18, 2016 at 07:47pm
Beginning in September Denzel Curry and Boogie will hit the road for the "Black Metal Terrorist" tour.

Many artists who aren't currently making their way through the summer festival circuit have begun to announce their loaded tour schedules for the fall. One fall tour to look out for is Denzel Curry's "Black Metal Terrorist" tour, which he announced today. Joining the South Florida XXL Freshman on the tour will be Compton rapper Boogie. Two of our favorite young artists, each with his own sound, together for a 32-date tour. Sounds epic. 

The tour begins on September 17 at Chicago's Riot Fest and then covers the Northeast before moving down through the South, taking about a month hiatus after the show at the III Points Festival in Curry's hometown of Miami. After that, the tour picks up again on November 4 in Austin and hits just about everywhere in the West before swinging through the Midwest and then into Nashville for the final show on the 22nd. 

Based off the strength of his March project, Imperial, the "Black Metal Terrorist" tour should be Curry's biggest one yet. Boogie's last tour experience was opening for Tory Lanez last fall, so he should experience a different audience this time around. It's a well-curated lineup that will give folks the chance to experience some of the most forward-thinking sounds from hip-hop's new guard. 

Check out all the dates below.  

Denzel Curry Announces "Black Metal Terrorist" Tour With Special Guest Boogie

Beginning in September Denzel Curry and Boogie will hit the road for the "Black Metal Terrorist" tour.


Many artists who aren't currently making their way through the summer festival circuit have begun to announce their loaded tour schedules for the fall. One fall tour to look out for is Denzel Curry's "Black Metal Terrorist" tour, which he announced today. Joining the South Florida XXL Freshman on the tour will be Compton rapper Boogie. Two of our favorite young artists, each with his own sound, together for a 32-date tour. Sounds epic. 

The tour begins on September 17 at Chicago's Riot Fest and then covers the Northeast before moving down through the South, taking about a month hiatus after the show at the III Points Festival in Curry's hometown of Miami. After that, the tour picks up again on November 4 in Austin and hits just about everywhere in the West before swinging through the Midwest and then into Nashville for the final show on the 22nd. 

Based off the strength of his March project, Imperial, the "Black Metal Terrorist" tour should be Curry's biggest one yet. Boogie's last tour experience was opening for Tory Lanez last fall, so he should experience a different audience this time around. It's a well-curated lineup that will give folks the chance to experience some of the most forward-thinking sounds from hip-hop's new guard. 

Check out all the dates below.  

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