Mavi’s World Tour Of “Laughing So Hard It Hurt” Details And Dates Announced

Mavi's World Tour Of "Laughing So Hard It Hurt" Details And Dates Announced

In order to promote his most recent album, Laughing So Hard It Hurts, MAVI has announced that he will go on his first-ever headlining global tour.

The rapper, who was born and raised in North Carolina, announced the international tour on Thursday, December 15. It will begin on January 17 in Lawrence, Kansas, and include stops in Milwaukee, Chicago, Detroit, and other cities. Then he will travel abroad to perform in Paris, London, Berlin, and Manchester.

MAVI will then travel back to the United States and stop in Seattle, Los Angeles, Denver, Dallas, Atlanta, and a number of other cities before wrapping out the tour on May 26 in New York City. Pre-sale tickets are currently available, and general passes will be made available on Friday, December 16 at noon ET.

“Blessed beyond words to announce I will be embarking on my first-ever headline tour, Laughing So Hard, It Hurts,” MAVI said of the tour on Instagram. “I’m so grateful for all the love you have shown me through my journey, and I’m so eager to meet you all and see the world reflected in your eyes. Thank you to everyone who has ever loved me. see you soon.”

Laughing So Hard It Hurts, MAVI’s sophomore album has been a big success so far this year. The album, which was released in October, has 16 songs, with only one feature from Amindi. When the album was released, critics praised it as well, and The New York Times, NPR, Vulture, and other publications included it in lists of the greatest albums of 2022.

A tour opening place for Jack Harlow and links with The Alchemist were also two benefits of MAVI’s breakthrough. Additionally, he amassed millions of listens on his own, which added up to a sizable fan base of more than four million Spotify subscribers per month. 

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