R&B and soul singer Trey Songz this week unveiled plans for a headlining tour to end the summer. With support from fellow singer Monica,...

R&B and soul singer Trey Songz this week unveiled plans for a headlining tour to end the summer.

With support from fellow singer Monica, Songz will visit at least two dozen U.S. markets during the Passion, Pain & Pleasure Tour. The late season trek opens August 6 at the Municipal Auditorium in Shreveport, LA, and continues through mid-September when the vocalists will perform a pair of two-night stands that span the nation.

The end-of-tour routing sets Songz on-stage September 11-12 at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, CA, before hopping coasts for a September 16-17 block at Beacon Theatre in New York, NY.

Songz’s itinerary also includes performances on August 13 at Fox Theatre in Atlanta, GA; August 25 at Tower Theatre in Upper Darby, PA; and September 4 at DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, DC.

Ticketing details have not been released by Songz and Monica, but a single listing for their August 27 show in Baltimore is presently on Ticketmaster.com. Public onsales for that performance begin June 18, and ticket prices range from $45 to $60.

“The Passion, Pain & Pleasure Tour is not just another show; it will be an up close and personal experience for everyone,” Songz said in a statement on his official Web site. “Come see me perform your favorite songs live and hear new music from my upcoming album, ‘Passion, Pain & Pleasure,’ for the first time.”

Monica added to the statement, “I am ecstatic to be a part of a real R&B tour. Trey and I are dedicated to making sure that each night is an experience that is fulfilling to the heart and soul.”

Trey Songz itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

August 6Shreveport, LAMunicipal Auditorium of Shreveport
August 7Grand Prairie, TXVerizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
August 8Kansas City, MOThe Midland by AMC
August 12Savannah, GAJohnny Mercer Theatre
August 13Atlanta, GAFox Theatre
August 14Birmingham, ALBJCC Concert Hall
August 15Memphis, TNOrpheum Theatre
August 19Louisville, KYLouisville Palace Theatre
August 20St. Louis, MOFabulous Fox Theatre
August 21Milwaukee, WIMilwaukee Theatre
August 22Indianapolis, INMurat Theatre
August 25Upper Darby, PATower Theatre
August 26Cleveland, OHState Theatre
August 27Baltimore, MDPier Six Pavilion
August 28Portsmouth, VAnTelos Wireless Pavilion
August 29Richmond, VALandmark Theater
September 2Cincinnati, OHAronoff Center for the Arts
September 3Greensboro, NCWar Memorial Auditorium
September 4Washington, DCDAR Constitution Hall
September 5Mashantucket, CTMGM Grand at Foxwoods
September 9San Francisco, CAWarfield Theatre
September 10Las Vegas, NVPearl Concert Theater
September 11 – 12Los Angeles, CAClub Nokia
September 16 – 17New York, NYBeacon Theatre