Raekwon Announces ‘The Wild’ Tour

Raekwon

Image credit: Jourdan Ash/RESPECT.

Currently, Wu-God Raekwon is feeding the streets by way of his latest album The Wild, which features the singles “This Is What It Comes Too,” “Purple Brick Road” (with G-Eazy) and the Cee-Lo Green-assisted “Marvin.” Now, the Chef will be taking his talents back on the road — he’s announced a 40-city American tour in promotion of the project.

The Wild tour kicks off next month at this year’s Governor’s Ball with the rest of the Wu-Tang Clan and will see him doing a mix of festivals, events and headliners (with additional Clan appearances) for the entire Summer. You can check out the schedule — which will see additional stops added — below; tickets to his headline dates can be found on his official website.

Raekwon 'The Wild' Tour

Via RaekwonDaChef.com

June 2- New York, NY (Governor’s Ball with Wu-Tang Clan)
June 14- Phoenix, AZ (Livewire)
June 15- San Diego, CA (Observatory North Park)
June 16- Los Angeles, CA (Union)
June 17- Las Vegas, NV (Art of Rap)
June 19- Santa Cruz, CA (The Catalyst)
June 20- Sacramento, CA (Harlow’s)
June 21- San Francisco, CA (Slim’s)
June 23- Montreal, QC (Rockfest with Wu-Tang Clan)
June 24- Detroit, MI (High Times with Wu-Tang Clan)
June 29- Philadelphia, PA (Electric Factory)
June 30- Newark, NJ (Art of Rap)
July 1- Bridgeport, CT (Art of Rap)
July 7- Boston, MA (Brighton Music Hall)
July 8- Portland, ME (Port City Music Hall)
July 9- New York, NY (BB Kings)
July 13- Baltimore, MD (Baltimore Soundstage)
July 14- Silver Spring, MD (The Fillmore)
July 15- Charlotte, NC (The Underground)
July 16- Carrboro, NC (Cat’s Cradle)
July 20- Pittsburgh, PA (Mr. Small’s)
July 21- Columbus, OH (A&R Music Bar)
July 22- Chicago, IL (Art of Rap)
July 23- Lisle, IL (Basecamp)
July 24- Louisville, KY (Headliners)
July 26- Nashville, TN (Marathon Music Works)
July 27- Atlanta, GA (Masquerade)
July 28- Gainesville, FL (High Dive)
August 4- Santa Barbara (SOhO Music Club)
August 5- Long Beach, CA (The Queen Mary with Wu-Tang Clan)
August 10- Portland, OR (Dante’s)
August 11- Seattle, WA (El Corazon)
August 12- Bellingham, WA (Wild Buffalo)
September 1- Kalamazoo, MI (Bell’s Eccentric Cafe)
September 2- Detroit, MI (Art of Rap)
September 9- The Catskills, NY
September 10- Rhode Island (Island High Times with Wu-Tang Clan)
September 15- Chicago, IL (Riot Fest with Wu-Tang Clan)
September 23- Tulsa, OK (The Vanguard)
September 24- Dallas, TX (Gas Monkey)

Suggested Articles:

RESPECT. Interview: Raekwon Speaks on Lil Wayne, Longevity and Wu-Tang Reunion

Curren$y Drops Visuals for “Incarcerated Scarfaces”