Kid Ink And Dej Loaf Headline The 'Scream Nation: The Reintroduction Tour'


Over a decade ago, the Scream Tour was known for sending every teenybopper into a frenzy with their rosters full of teenage phenoms like Bow Wow, B2K, Chris Brown and Trey Songz. Now, the Scream Tour is being revamped with less of a PG-13 lineup and a new name.

This time around the tour’s creator, Michael Mauldin, has teamed up with Live Nation and snagged Kid Ink and Dej Loaf to headline “Scream Nation: The Reintroduction Tour.”

“I’m excited to be a part of the reintroduction of such a prestigious touring brand as Scream,” Kid Ink told Billboard. “It’s a brand I grew up respecting and admiring. I can’t wait to hit the road and get this started.”

The 24-city road trip kicks off in March in St. Louis and passes through cities likes Chicago, Dej’s hometown of Detroit, Los Angeles, New York City, Houston, Nashville, Miami and has the grand finale in April in Minneapolis.

Jeremih was said to be a part of the tour’s roster but quickly took to Twitter to denounce that rumor. He tweeted, “To mih Fans, I will not be on the Scream Tour. Late Nights Tour “To Be Announced”.”

More headliners are expected to be announced at later dates.

Peep the tour dates below to see when Kid Ink and Dej Loaf will be landing in your city.

Scream Nation: The Reintroduction Tour:

(All dates, cities and venues below subject to change)

March 12 — St. Louis, MO, Peabody Opera House
March 13 — Chicago, IL, Aragon Ballroom
March 14 — Detroit, MI, Fox Theatre
March 17 — Denver, CO, Fillmore Auditorium
March 19 — Phoenix, AZ, Comerica Theatre
March 20 — Las Vegas, NV,THE AXIS
March 21 — Los Angeles, CA, Palladium
March 22 — San Jose, CA, City National Civic
March 26 — Dallas, TX, South Side Ballroom
March 27– Houston, TX, Bayou Music Center
March 29 — Nashville, TN, Nashville Municipal Auditorium
April 2 — Southaven, MS, Lander’s Center
April 3 — Atlanta, GA, Fox Theatre
April 4 — New Orleans, LA, UNO Lakefront Arena
April 7 — Miami, FL, The Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater
April 9 — Clearwater, FL, Ruth Eckerd Hall
April 11 — Jacksonville, FL, Moran Theater at the Times-Union Center
April 12 — Greensboro, NC, Greensboro Special Events Center
April 16 — Norfolk, VA, Ted Constant Convocation Center
April 17 — Washington, DC, DAR Constitution Hall
April 18 — Camden, NJ, Susquehanna Bank Center
April 19 — New York, NY, Kings Theatre
April 23 — Cleveland, OH, Cleveland Play House
April 24 — Louisville, KY, The Louisville Palace
April 25 — Kansas City, MO, Independence Events Center
April 26 — Minneapolis, MN, State Theatre