North America, Nicki Minaj is coming to a small venue near you.
On Tuesday, the 29-year-old signer unleashed details on the North American leg of her world tour, which will include stops in Miami, Dallas, Seattle and Vancouver (the only Canadian city on the bill).
Each show will be more intimate in terms of seating capacity, with MTV reporting that most of the venues range from 2,800 to 7,000 seats.
As previously announced, Minaj will kick off her Pink Friday world tour in Australia, Japan and Europe, where she is slated to play shows in cities including Sydney, Tokyo, Brussels, and London.
The North American tour announcement comes just six days after the outspoken superstar returned to Twitter.
*salutes the nation of Pinkslam* *hugs the barbz* *kisses the barbz . . . State of the Union: Dear Barbz, our nation will not be fully reinstated to 11 million for another few days as per @twitter. It takes time ;) Minaj wrote on Apr. 25.
Minaj temporarily closed her Twitter account last month after admitting that she heard a voice in my head.
That's what I did . . . I had 11 million followers and I hope they will wait for me. I reply all the time and get to know them by name and I have a really personal bond with them . . . not all 11 million, but at least 10 of them a day, Minaj said on The Graham Norton Show last month.
And since her grand return to Twitter, Minaj has indeed gone back to interacting with her fans. Moments after announcing her North American tour dates, Minaj replied to fans who complained about their respective city not being on the tour.
According to a series of tweets from Minaj, some cities that have been missed will get radio show appearances instead of a full-fledged concert.
Minaj recently released her second studio album, Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, along with the singles Starships, Right By My Side and Beez in the Trap. The music video for Starships was just unveiled last Thursday.
The North American leg of Nicki Minaj's Pink Friday tour will kick off July 16 at the Chicago Theatre in Chicago, IL.
Scroll down for a full list of the tour dates.
July 16 - Chicago, IL - The Chicago Theatre July 17 - Detroit, MI - Fox Theatre Detroit July 19 - Cleveland, OH - State Theatre at Playhouse Square July 22 - Atlanta, GA - Fox Theatre Atlanta July 24 - Miami, FL - James L. Knight Center July 26 - Birmingham, AL - Boutwell Auditorium July 28 - Houston, TX - Bayou Music Center July 29 - Dallas, TX - Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie July 31 - St. Louis, MO - Peabody Opera House August 2 - Denver, CO - Wells Fargo Theatre August 4 - Las Vegas, NV - Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino August 7 - Phoenix, AZ - Comerica Theatre August 11 - Seattle, WA - Paramount Theatre August 12 - Vancouver, BC - Queen Elizabeth Theatre