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Wiz Khalifa’s Summer Tour Is Coming To Dallas

Patch logo Patch 4/23/2019 Fernando Alfonso
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Wiz Khalifa just announced a new tour and he’ll be rolling into Dallas this summer. The Grammy-nominated rapper’s jaunt, dubbed “The Decent Exposure Tour,” will hit 29 cities nationwide. He’ll be joined by fellow artists French Montana, Playboi Carti, Moneybagg Yo, Chevy Woods and DJ Drama for parts of the tour.

Khalifa, known for his popular radio jams such as “See You Again,” “Black and Yellow,” and “Young, Wild & Free,” will hit major cities such as Atlanta, Charlotte, Hartford, Boston, Pittsburgh, Toronto, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Chicago, Columbus, Cleveland, Detroit, St. Louis, Dallas, San Antonio, Denver, Salt Lake City and San Diego. The tour begins July 9 in Atlanta and ends Aug. 15 in Boise.

In Dallas, Khalifa will perform on Aug. 3 at Dos Equis Pavilion. Tickets for “The Decent Exposure Tour” go on sale to the general public Friday at 10 a.m., but click here to buy tickets today starting at $42. Enter the promo code “PatchTickets10” at checkout to get 10 percent off.

The tour comes after Khalifa released a mixtape Friday. The mixtape, titled “Fly Times Vol. 1: The Goof Fly Young,” features 14 new songs.

Khalifa also recently released a five-part docuseries, “Wiz Khalifa: Behind the Cam,” which gives viewers a chance to see his life and career behind the scenes.

Khalifa, 31, whose real name is Cameron Jibril Thomaz, was born in North Dakota to military parents who were stationed round the world. He lived in Europe and Asia as a child before settling in Pittsburgh, where he went to high school. The artist considers Pittsburgh his hometown and often sings about the city.

The rapper has been nominated for 10 Grammy awards in his accomplished career, most recently in 2015 for his song, “See You Again.” The track was commissioned for the blockbuster film, “Furious 7,” and was to honor the late actor Paul Walker, who was killed in a car crash in November 2013.

Patch national staffer Dan Hampton contributed to this report.

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