2018 has seen some impressive releases thus far and only four months in, Tory Lanez has stood out among the top albums of the year. Whether it will stand the test of time is yet to be seen but we predict it will make many end-of-year lists. Building off his current momentum, Tory is taking his album to the streets, announcing the appropriately-named "Memories Don't Die Tour," which will run from May to August. While the tour dates include some of his festival sets in Miami, New York, and Vancouver, the rapper is set to wow his audiences solo across North America.

Opening acts have not been announced at this point, so it is likely that Tory will be going it alone this time around. With a catalog that has grown over the years and a slew of fresh material, Lanez has more than enough music to keep his supporters on their feet throughout his performance. The album has been received extraordinarily well, marking a step in Tory's development that has the majority of his fans looking forward to his blossoming future.

Tickets will go on sale April 6, giving fans some time to secure the bag and cop their tickets this Friday. Check out the full list of tour dates below. Which date are you planning on attending?

May 11 - Miami, Florida
May 18 - San Marcos, Texas
May 19 - El Paso, Texas
May 21 - Albuquerque, New Mexico
May 22 - Tucson, Arizona
May 28 - San Diego, California
May 29 - Los Angeles, California
May 31 - Santa Ana, California
June 3 - San Francisco, California
June 5 - Sacramento, California
June 7 - Portland, Oregon
June 8 - Seattle, Washington
June 9 - Vancouver, British Columbia
June 12 - Edmonton, Alberta
June 13 - Calgary, Alberta
June 14 - Spokane, Washington
June 15 - Boise, Idaho
June 16 - Salt Lake City, Utah
June 18 - Denver, Colorado
June 20 - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
June 21 - Lincoln, NE
June 22 - Kansas City, MO
June 25 - Des Moines, Iowa
June 26 - St. Louis, Missouri
June 27 - Grand Rapids, Michigan
July 1 - Chicago, Illinois
July 4 - Toronto, Ontario
July 7 - Buffalo, New York
July 11 - Quebec City, Quebec
July 13 - Montreal, Quebec
July 15 - New York, New York
July 16 - Wallingford, Connecticut
July 18 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
July 19 - Cleveland, Ohio
July 20 - Silver Spring, Maryland
July 21 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
July 23 - Wilmington, Delaware
July 24, Richmond, Virginia
July 25 - Norfolk, Virginia
July 26 - Charlotte, North Carolina
July 27 - Raleigh, North Carolina
July 29 - Greensboro, North Carolina
July 30 - Louisville, Kentucky
July 31 - Nashville, Tennessee
August 1 - Cincinnati, Ohio
August 3 - Memphis, Tennessee
August 4 - Baton Rouge, Louisianna
August 5 - Houston, Texas
August 7 - Dallas, Texas
August 8 - San Antonio, Texas
August 10 - Mobile, Alabama
August 11 - Birmingham, Alabama