Killer Mike Announces 2024 Tour Dates

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Killer Mike, photo by Shane Smith

Killer Mike has announced North American tour dates behind his latest solo album, Michael. The rapper’s Down by Law Tour kicks off May 4 in Memphis and winds through Washington D.C., Atlanta, Toronto, New York, Chicago, Denver, and additional cities, before closing out in Los Angeles on October 15. Killer Mike will be joined by his choir the Midnight Revival throughout the trek. Check out Killer Mike’s full itinerary, as well as a new music video for the Michael cut “Exit 9,” featuring Blxst, below.

The Shane Smith–directed visual for “Exit 9” features Atlanta landmarks like the Cascade roller rink and the Blue Flame Lounge gentleman’s club, as well as a cameo from Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens.

Michael, which came out last June, marked Killer Mike’s first solo full-length in 11 years. The album earned him three Grammy Awards at this year’s ceremony; the Atlanta rapper won Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance for the Michael track “Scientists & Engineers,” while the LP took home Best Rap Album. The “Exit 9” clip concludes with audio from Killer Mike’s Best Rap Album Grammy acceptance speech.

Following Killer Mike’s Grammys sweep, he was arrested at Crypto.com Arena and booked for misdemeanor battery. A security guard allegedly called for a citizen’s arrest, claiming Mike injured her while trying to go through the wrong entrance inside the venue. “As you can imagine, there was a lot going and there was some confusion around which door my team and I should enter,” Killer Mike later explained. “We experienced an over-zealous security guard but my team and I have the upmost confidence that I will ultimately be cleared of all wrongdoing.”

Killer Mike recently performed “Exit 9” on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, backed by the Midnight Revival and DJ Trackstar.

Killer Mike: The Down by Law Tour

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Killer Mike:

05-04 Memphis, TN - Riverbeat Music Festival
05-21 Washington, D.C. - Kennedy Center
06-22 Atlanta, GA - Hot 107.9 Birthday Bash
06-29 Vancouver, British Columbia - Vancouver Jazz Fest
07-03 Montreal, Quebec - Montreal International Jazz Festival
07-05 Quebec City, Quebec - Festival d’été de Québec
07-06 Ottawa, Ontario - Ottawa Blues Fest
07-07 Toronto, Ontario - Danforth Music Hall
07-12 Winnipeg, Manitoba - Winnipeg Folk Fest
07-26 Nelsonville, OH - Nelsonville Music Festival
07-27 Newport, RI - Newport Folk Festival
07-29 New York, NY - Blue Note
07-30 New York, NY - Blue Note
07-31 New York, NY - Blue Note
08-02 Detroit, MI - The Majestic Theatre
08-03 Chicago, IL - Lollapalooza
08-05 Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue
08-07 Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre
08-08 Salt Lake City, UT - Ogden Amphitheatre
08-10 Seattle, WA - Thing Festival
09-29 St. Louis, MO - Evolution Festival
10-15 Los Angeles, CA - The Novo

Originally Appeared on Pitchfork