Wifisfuneral is one of the most buzzing artists of 2017. He’s been working hard to get that buzz after dropping two projects in the past seven months. With the loose singles and projects that he’s released so far, his career is shaping up to pop off even further next year. While his latest album was met with positive reaction from many people, he’s definitely not slowing down at that. Today, he reveals that he’ll be taking his latest project Boy Who Cried Wolf on the road with him.

The rapper is expected to take his new album across the nation on his first headlining national tour. Over 24 dates, wifisfuneral will be joined by Danny Towers, 458Keez, Cris Dinero and DJ Yazmine. The tour will kick off in Atlanta on October 7th before he closes it out in Santa Cruz on December 16th. He’ll be trekking through Miami, New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston and Philly, among other cities throughout the tour. With a line up that stacked, it’s definitely a tour you should start buying tickets for. Considering the strength of his latest project and the hype he built off of that, the tour will likely sell out a few dates, at least.

Wifisfuneral has certainly been busy. The rapper recently opened for Action Bronson at Webster Hall “The End Of An Era” show. The show served as a goodbye to the venue for a year since it’s being shut down for renovations and re-opening with new management. 

He’s definitely an artist you should be keeping an eye out of, if you haven’t already.

Check out the tour dates and flyer below:

Oct. 7 – Atlanta, Ga.
Oct. 27 – Miami, Fla.
Oct. 28 – Orlando, Fla.
Nov. 2 – El Paso, Texas
Nov. 3 – Phoenix, Ariz.
Nov. 4 – Los Angeles, Calif.
Nov. 7 – Oakland, Calif.
Nov. 8 – Sacramento, Calif.
Nov. 9 – Portland, Ore.
Nov. 11 – Salt Lake City, Utah
Nov. 12 – Denver, Colo.
Nov. 16 – Pontiac, Mich.
Nov. 19 – Chicago, Ill.
Nov. 22 – Boston, Mass.
Nov. 27 – New York, N.Y.
Nov. 28 – Philadelphia, Pa.
Nov. 29 – Washington, District of Columbia
Dec. 1 – Chapel Hill, N.C.
Dec. 4 – San Antonio, Texas
Dec. 5 – Dallas, Texas
Dec. 7 – Austin, Texas
Dec. 10 – Albuquerque, N.M.
Dec. 14 – T.B.A.
Dec. 16 – Santa Cruz, Calif.