Kid Cudi Announces 'Passion, Pain and Demon Slaying' Tour

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Kid Cudi is gearing up to hit the road as he’s recently announced the Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin’ Tour. The roundup of shows follows the launch of his most recent project, which holds the same name and featured the likes of André 3000, Travis Scott, Pharrell and more.

The tour will consist of 27 shows and make stops in cities such as New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, and Atlanta. It kicks off in Philadelphia on September 30 and will conclude on November 22 in Seattle.

Tickets will be available starting August 17  via Kid Cudi’s official website while dates can be found below.

Kid Cudi Passion Pain Demon Slayin Tour Dates Announced Announcement

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