PND is heading to Europe.
Following his arrest and susbsequent release after being charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance at the United States-Canadian border, PARTYNEXTDOOR is keeping the good news rolling with the announcement of the first part of his 'Infinity World Tour in Europe.'
Currently, the Canadian-born singer and songwriter is on the road alongside singer Halsey on the latter's 'Hopeless Fountain Kingdom World Tour,' but will get ready to headline his own run at the beginning of 2018 with fellow Canadian songtress Jessie Reyez coming along for the ride.
Infinity World Tour part 1. Tickets on sale this Friday, October 13th pic.twitter.com/2W4DYiYlIo— PARTYNEXTDOOR (@partynextdoor) October 9, 2017
His next show is set for Monday (October 9th) evening and he’ll continue to tour North America until the final date on November 22 in Cleveland. His 'Infinity' trek kicks off in Dublin on April 18th and will continue into March to wrap up in Stockholm, Sweden. As he has announced it as part one, it’s likely that we’ll get a North American leg soon after, and given the timing, this tour will more than likely be in support of his forthcoming Club Atlantis project, expected to release some time this fall season.
Just a couple of weeks ago, he dropped of the surprise Seven Days EP, only further building anticipation for the impending effort, one of a few in a slew of announced releases from the OVO Sound camp. These include new projects, from dvsn, Majid Jordan, and Roy Woods as well.
Tickets for Part One of the 'Infinity World Tour' go on sale starting October 13th.
Check out the full list of dates below:
February 4th – Dublin, Ireland
February 5th – Glasgow, United Kingdom
February 7th – London, United Kingdom
February 8th – Manchester, United Kingdom
February 10th – Birmingham, United Kingdom
February 12th – Amsterdam, Netherlands
February 19th – Brussels, Belgium
February 20th – Berlin, Germany
February 23rd – Hamburg, Germany
February 24th – Cologne, Germany
February 26th – Copenhagen, Denmark
February 28th – Oslo, Norway
March 1st – Stockholm, Sweden