Rapper Lil Nas X brings debut 'Montero' tour to Florida this fall

Sorry, you're going to have to drive to Orlando or Miami for this one.

click to enlarge PHOTO VIA LIL NAS X/FACEBOOK
Photo via Lil Nas X/Facebook
Today, Lil Nas X announced his first headlining tour, "Long Live Montero," starting in September and only Orlando and Miami made the cut for Florida stops. (Cue conservative panic!)

Lil Nas X announced the tour via social media this morning, accompanied by a cinematic trailer. "i’m having my very first tour. and all of u better come or i will cry on instagram live," wrote the Grammy-winning, platinum-selling artist in deadpan fashion.

The tour kicks off in Detroit in early September before taking numerous Old Town Roads to cities throughout the United States and then hopping over to Europe in November.  The tour will showcase Lil Nas X's 2021 album Montero.

It's worth repeating that Lil Nas X shouted out local organization Bros in Convo as part of his "baby registry" released before Montero's birth.

Lil Nas X play's Orlando's Hard Rock Live on Monday, Oct. 3 at 7 p.m. Tickets go on sale Friday, April 29 through Ticketmaster.

This article was first published at Orlando Weekly.
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