She is promising a "fully immersive 'Queen' experience"
Nicki Minaj has announced a 2019 European tour, including four dates in the UK.
In a statement, Minaj said: “I’m so excited to bring the full Nicki Minaj experience to my fans in Europe.” She promised a “new creative that will give her fans a fully immersive Queen experience”.
“I have been carefully crafting the most exhilarating, unique, memorable piece of art to share with my incredible fans,” she continued.
The Nicki WRLD Tour will kick off in February in Germany and finish in Switzerland on March 28.
Juice WRLD will be supporting Minaj on all 22 dates. Artists from each city will also be invited to perform.
“I’m in love with Juice WRLD’s music,” she said. “And feel so stoked to have him join me. This will be one for the books.”
Last month, Minaj reportedly flew 6000 miles to China for a fake festival appearance last weekend, only to discover that the event was an alleged scam.
Meanwhile, in August this year, Minaj and Future cancelled the entire North American leg of their joint tour.
The pair were due to head out on the NickiHndrxx tour this September, but were shelved after Minaj “decided to re-evaluate elements of production”, and devote more time to rehearsals before hitting the road.
You can see the full tour dates below and grab tickets here.
21 – Munich, Germany, Olympiahalle
22 – Bratislava, Slovakia, Ondrej Nepela Arena
24 – Lodz, Poland, Atlas Arena
25 – Budapest, Hungary, Budapest Sportarena
28 – Berlin, Germany, Mercedes Benz Arena
1 – Copenhagen, Denmark, Royal Arena
3 – Oslo, Norway, Spektrum
4 – Stockholm, Sweden, Ericsson Globe
6 – Brussels, Belgium, Palais 12
7 – Paris, France, AccorHotels Arena
9 – Bordeaux, France, Metropole Arena
11 – London, UK, The O2
14 – Birmingham, UK, Arena Birmingham
15 – Dublin, Ireland, 3Arena
17 – Glasgow, UK, SSE Hydro
18 – Manchester, UK, Manchester Arena
20 – Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg, Rockhal
22 – Frankfurt, Germany, Festhalle
23 – Cologne, Germany, Lanxess Arena
25 – Amsterdam, Holland, Ziggo Dome
27 – Zurich, Switzerland, Hallenstadion
28 – Geneva, Switzerland, Arena Geneva