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Kendrick Lamar Announces 17-Date "The DAMN. Tour" With Travis Scott & D.R.A.M.

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You knew this was coming.

On Monday morning (April 24), Kendrick Lamar announced "The DAMN. Tour," a 17-date North American trek beginning on July 12 in Phoenix, Arizona and wrapping up less than one month later on August 6 in Los Angeles.

Joining Lamar in support of his newly-released, highly-acclaimed album DAMN.—which is now the highest-selling debut of 2017—are "Goosebumps" collaborator Travis Scott and D.R.A.M.

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"The DAMN. Tour" is Kendrick's first North American tour since 2015's "Kunta's Groove Sessions," which was in support of his GRAMMY-winning To Pimp a Butterfly album. 

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