Mac Miller Heads Out Of This World On Space Migration Tour

Meek Mill, Chance the Rapper, Vince Staples, the Internet and other guests will join Mac throughout 38-city tour.

Mac Miller plans to watch a couple of movies with the sound off when he drops his sophomore LP on June 18, but one week after that, he will turn the music loud when he hits the road for his 38-city Space Migration Tour.

“I’m excited that we figured out a safe way to bring a large group of people to a different planet,” Mac said in a press release issued to MTV News on Tuesday (May 7) about the out-of-this-world tour. “After hundreds of years of research, our team has developed a safe and reliable form of transportation that will bring tourists to a world of discovery and opportunity.”

For his latest run, Mac will be joined by Odd Future associates Vince Staples and the Internet, plus Chicago newcomer Chance the Rapper. Earl Sweatshirt, Meek Mill and Action Bronson will show up for a few dates too. Miller will use the Space Migration run to introduce artists from his own REMember Music record label, so fans can expect to see Njomza, Dylan Reynolds, the Come-Up, Hardo, Choo Jackson and Primavera Vills as well. Tickets go on sale May 10.

Last month, Mac released “S.D.S.,” the first single and video for Watching Movies with the Sound Off. In the clip, Miller donned a cape and superhero tights and did battle with the diabolical Red Dot (played by Corey Feldman). It was a fitting introduction for the otherworldly sound Mac plans to bring to the new LP, on which he handled a fair share of the production.

“On Blue Slide Park, the core of the album was everything that me and [Big Jerm] and Eric Dan did, so we would sit and make the songs from scratch but they would handle the production,” he explained. “The only difference with this one is, I said, ‘You know what? It’s time for me to step in and try this.’ ”

Mac Miller’s Space Migraine Tour dates:

» 6/25 – Austin, TX @ Emo’s East
» 6/26 – Dallas, TX @ Palladium
» 6/27 – Houston, TX @ Warehouse
» 6/28 — New Orleans, LA @ Howling Wolf
» 6/29 — Memphis, TN @ Minglewood Hall
» 7/01 – Nashville, TN @ Marathon Music Works
» 7/02 — Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle
» 7/03 — Myrtle Beach, SC @ House of Blues
» 7/05 — St. Petersburg, FL @ Jannus Live
» 7/06 – Orlando, FL @ Hard Rock Live
» 7/07 — Jacksonville, FL @ Brewsters Megaplex
» 7/09 — Raleigh, NC @ The Ritz
» 7/10 — Silver Spring, MD @ Fillmore Silver Spring
» 7/11 — New York, NY @ Hammerstein Ballroom
» 7/12 — Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE
» 7/13 — Philadelphia, PA @ Festival Pier
» 7/14 — Asbury Park, NJ @ Stony Pony Outdoors
» 7/16 — Stroudsburg, PA @ Sherman Theater
» 7/17 — Wallingford, CT @ The Dome
» 7/18 — Boston, MA @ House of Blues
» 7/19 — Providence, RI @ Lupos
» 7/20 — Clifton Park, NY @ Upstate Concert Hall
» 7/21 — Buffalo, NY @ Buffalo Outer Harbor
» 7/23 — Detroit, MI @ Fillmore Detroit
» 7/24 — Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues
» 7/25 — Toledo, OH @ Headliners
» 7/26 — Indianapolis, IN @ Egyptian
» 7/27 — Milwaukee, WI @ Eagles Ballroom
» 7/28 — St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant
» 7/30 — Denver, CO @ Ogden Theater
» 7/31 — Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex
» 8/02 — Reno, NV @ Knitting Factory
» 8/04 — San Francisco, CA @ Warfield Theater
» 8/06 — Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory
» 8/07 — Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Palladium
» 8/08 — Las Vegas, NV @ House of Blues
» 8/09 — Phoenix, AZ @ Celebrity Theater
» 8/10 — San Diego, CA @ Soma

For even more on Mac Miller, head to MacMiller.MTV.com!

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