Singer-songwriter/actress Janelle Monae just announced her upcoming North American Dirty Computer Tour in support of her third studio album, dropping this Friday.

Dirty Computer is the funk/R&B artist’s first album in five years and is very highly anticipated. The 27-date tour is set to kick-off on June 11 in Seattle, Washington and make stops in major cities like Nashville, Detroit, New York and Miami before wrapping up the shows in her hometown of Atlanta, Georgia on August 4. The soulful R&B duo St. Beauty, who are signed to Monae’s label, will support her on tour.

Monae has  been making quite a splash in the media throughout the past few years. She appeared in films “Hidden Figures” and “Moonlight,” both which received Academy Award nominations for Best Picture. She’s toured, given a speech at the Grammy Awards around the theme #TimesUp, and even worked on a narrative film project to go along with her new album. This film is scheduled to air nationwide in select theaters before screenings of “Black Panther.”

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Songs “Make Me Feel,” “Django Jane” and “PYNK” have been released from the record so far,  as well as the self-empowering tune “I Like That,” which was shared alongside a music video today. The video is a little teaser for the narrative film, or “emotional picture,” that will go along with the album.

Tickets will be available to the public on Wednesday, May 2 and each ticket purchased includes a digital copy of Dirty Computer. Check out the full list of tour dates below.

Visit Ticket Club to find tickets to Monae’s summer tour across North America. 

Janelle Monae Dirty Computer Tour 2018

June 11 — Seattle, WA @  King County’s Marymoor Park

June 12 —  Vancouver, British Columbia @  Queen Elizabeth Theatre

June 13 —  Portland, OR @  McMenamins Edgefield Amphitheater

June 16 — San Francisco, CA @  The Masonic

June 20 — San Diego, CA @  Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU

June 26 — Phoenix, AZ @  Comerica Theater

June 28 — Los Angeles, CA @  The Greek Theatre

June 30 — Salt Lake City, UT @  The Complex

July 1 — Denver, CO @  The Paramount Theatre

July 3 — Minneapolis, MN @  State Theatre

July 5 — Chicago, IL @  The Chicago Theatre

July 6 — Milwaukee, WI @  Summerfest

July 7 — Grand Rapids, MI @  20 Monroe Live

July 9 — Detroit, MI @  Fox Theatre Detroit

July 10 — Cincinnati, OH @  Taft Theatre

July 11 — St. Louis, MO @  The Pageant

July 13 — Nashville, TN @  Ryman Auditorium

July 14 — Indianapolis, IN @  Murat Theatre at Old National Centre

July 16 — Toronto, Ontario @  Rebel

July 18 — New York, NY @  Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden

July 20 — Washington, DC @  The Anthem

July 21 — Boston, MA @  Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

July 23 — Raleigh, NC @  The Ritz

July 24 — Charlotte, NC @  The Fillmore Charlotte

July 26 — Tampa, FL @  Jannus Live

July 27 — Miami, FL @  The Fillmore Miami at Jackie Gleason Theater

July 28 — Orlando, FL @  House of Blues Orlando

August 4 — Atlanta, GA @  Tabernacle