Nicki Minaj has announced new details of her highly anticipated Nicki Wrld Tour (sic) which will kick off on 21 February in Munich, Germany and cross 22 cities throughout the initial European leg.
Minaj was originally heading to Europe with Future on the pair’s NickiHndrxx Tour, but she has decided to move forward with new creativity that will give her fans a fully immersive Queen experience. In addition, the tour will now feature Chicago rapper Juice Wrld, who has had a breakout year with his platinum selling debut album Goodbye & Good Riddance, and multi-platinum selling singles ‘All Girls Are the Same’ and ‘Lucid Dreams.’
“I’m so excited to bring the full Nicki Minaj experience to my fans in Europe,” said Minaj. “I have been carefully crafting the most exhilarating, unique, memorable piece of art to share with my incredible fans. I’m in love with Juice Wrld’s music & feel so stoked to have him join me. This will be one for the books.”
Additionally, Minaj will be inviting local acts from each country to join the Nicki Wrld Tour in their city. Similar to her wildly successful and critically acclaimed Pinkprint Tour, Minaj’s upcoming dates will offer fans access into the star’s world and be full of surprises.
In 2018, Minaj released her platinum-selling album Queen, and became the first female artist with 100 career appearances on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Previously purchased tickets for the tour will be honored on these dates. For additional information, visit the artist’s official website.
The Nicki Wrld Tour includes the following European dates:
21 Feb: Munich, Germany, Olympiahalle
22 Feb: Bratislava, Slovakia, Ondrej Nepela Arena
24 Feb: Lodz, Poland, Atlas Arena
25 Feb: Budapest, Hungary, Budapest Sportarena
28 Feb: Berlin, Germany, Mercedes Benz Arena
1 Mar: Copenhagen, Denmark, Royal Arena
3 Mar: Oslo, Norway, Spektrum
4 Mar: Stockholm, Sweden, Ericsson Globe
6 Mar: Brussels, Belgium, Palais 12
7 Mar: Paris, France, AccorHotels Arena
9 Mar: Bordeaux, France, Metropole Arena
11 Mar: London, UK, The O2
14 Mar: Birmingham, UK, Arena Birmingham
15 Mar: Dublin, Ireland, 3Arena
17 Mar: Glasgow, UK, SSE Hydro
18 Mar: Manchester, UK, Manchester Arena
20 Mar: Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg, Rockhal
22 Mar: Frankfurt, Germany, Festhalle
23 Mar: Cologne, Germany, Lanxess Arena
25 Mar: Amsterdam, Holland, Ziggo Dome
27 Mar: Zurich, Switzerland, Hallenstadion
28 Mar: Geneva, Switzerland, Arena Geneva.