Less than two weeks after releasing a new album, hip-hop icon Jay-Z announced a North American tour that will include a stop in San Diego.
Jay-Z's 31-date "4:44 Tour" begins Oct. 27 in Anaheim and will make stops in numerous major cities such as Miami, Toronto, Boston, Chicago and the rapper's hometown of Brooklyn.
The tour's final date is Dec. 21 in Los Angeles, but not before "Hov" makes a Dec. 19 stop at Viejas Arena in San Diego.
According to Live Nation, tickets for the general public go on sale July 14.
Citi cardholders and Tidal subscribers can purchase pre-sale tickets now.
The "4:44 Tour" dates:
October 27 Anaheim (Honda Center)
October 28 Las Vegas (T-Mobile Arena)
November 1 Fresno (Save Mart Center at Fresno State)
November 3 Phoenix (Talking Stick Resort Arena)
November 5 Denver (Pepsi Center Arena)
November 7 Dallas (American Airlines Center)
November 8 Houston (Toyota Center)
November 9 New Orleans (Smoothie King Center)
November 11 Orlando (Amway Center)
November 12 Miami (American Airlines Arena)
November 14 Atlanta (Philips Arena)
November 15 Nashville (Bridgestone Arena)
November 16 Charlotte (Spectrum Center)
November 18 Detroit (Little Caesars Arena)
November 19 Cleveland (Quicken Loans Arena)
November 21 Montreal (Bell Centre)
November 22 Toronto (Air Canada Centre)
November 25 Boston (TD Garden)
November 26 Brooklyn (Barclays Center)
November 29 Washington, D.C. (Verizon Center)
December 2 Uniondale (NYCB LIVE's Nassau Coliseum)
December 5 Chicago (United Center)
December 6 Lincoln (Pinnacle Bank Arena)
December 9 Edmonton (Rogers Place)
December 11 Vancouver (Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena)
December 13 Seattle (KeyArena)
December 14 Portland (Moda Center)
December 16 Oakland (Oracle Arena)
December 17 Sacramento (Golden 1 Center)
December 19 San Diego (Viejas Arena)
December 21 Los Angeles (The Forum)