Summer-time is generally stacked with festivals and exciting concerts. The upcoming warmer months are proving to be no different as plenty of tours and international festivals have been securing stellar line-ups. We reported last week that G-Eazy was spotted in the 6ix with Ty Dolla $ign, suggesting that a collaboration may be in the works. It appears the two had more in mind as G-Eazy has announced his upcoming tour with an all-star supporting cast. G-Eazy will be embarking on another run of his Endless Summer Tour along with Lil Uzi Vert, Ty Dolla $ign, YBN Nahmir, P-Lo and Murda Beatz.

You'll recall G-Eazy's tour of the same name in 2016 with Logic, YG and Yo Gotti. Fans of the rapper will have the chance to see Young Gerald several times this year as he is currently completing his Beautiful & Damned Tour along with Trippie Redd. The upcoming tour is poised to be an entertaining night with Uzi, Ty Dolla and YBN Nahmir each performing opening sets of their own, while P-Lo and Murda Beatz will be given their time to shine as well. 

Pre-sale tickets are scheduled to go on sale today at 10am PST so get your credit cards ready! Check out the tour dates below and let us know if you'll be in attendance.

July 20 – Auburn, Washington
July 21 – Ridgefield, Washington
July 24 – Nampa, Idaho
July 28 – Wheatland, California
July 29 – Mountain View, California
July 31 – Irvine, California
August 1 – Chula Vista, California
August 3 – Phoenix, Arizona
August 4 – Albuquerque, New Mexico
August 7 – Bonner Springs, Kansas
August 9 – Austin, Texas
August 10 – Dallas, Texas
August 11 – Rogers, Kansas
August 12 – Maryland Heights, Missouri
August 14 – Chicago, Illinois
August 16 – Clarkston, Michigan
August 17 – Noblesville, Indiana
August 18 – Cincinnati, Ohio
August 22 – Toronto, Ontario
August 24 – Darien Center, New York
August 25 – Hartford, Connecticut
August 26 – Mansfield, Massachusetts
August 28 – Wantagh, New York
August 29 – Washington, Pennsylvania
August 30 – Bristow, Virginia
August 31 – Holmdel, New Jersey
September 1 – Virginia Beach, Virginia
September 4 – Raleigh, North Carolina
September 5 – Atlanta, Georgia
September 7 – Tampa, Florida
September 8 – West Palm Beach, Florida