David Blaine gets slimed on stage at the 27th Annual Kids' Choice Awards in Los Angeles, California, March 29, 2014. Reuters

David Blaine fans based in North America can finally snag a ticket to the magician’s first tour in the U.S. The stuntman and illusionist announced Monday that he will tour 40 cities beginning May 30 in San Diego and will stop off in Santa Barbara, California, New Orleans and Colorado Springs, Colorado, among other cities.

A press release revealed that no one tour will be exactly the same as the last, and the shows will evolve as they progress across the country. Known for his dangerous, high-profile stunts, the shows promise to be nothing short of anxiety-inducing. For about 20 years, the performer has become famous for executing death-defying stunts, like being buried alive for a week, remaining frozen inside a block of ice that weighed six tons for three days and for surviving inside a transparent box on nothing but water for 44 days.

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He also famously broke the world record for breath-holding when he seemingly didn't breathe for over 17 minutes on the “Oprah Winfrey Show.”

Blaine first rose to popularity with his self-producing the television series "Street Magic" in the late nineties. The magician has held arena-sized audiences and has performed for major celebrities and every president in office since he graduated high school, from George W. Bush to Barack Obama.

The tour tickets will officially go on sale March 31, at 10 a.m. local time, and can be purchased through Ticketmaster once they become available. Pre-sale will become available Thursday. The celebrity illusionist will kick-off his tour in California before heading to Oregon, Washington and Utah before continuing across the country and finally concluding the tour in Albuquerque, New Mexico, July 23.

Blaine is famous for his ultra-endurance tricks and one recent stunt nearly ended his life. In early January, Blaine was performing his famous bullet-catching trick, where he catches a bullet fired from a rifle in his mouth, during a “Beyond Magic” segment. Blaine sustained a laceration to his throat from the bullet after his mouth guard slipped, but the magician made a full recovery – and is apparently ready for a whole tour’s worth of risky stunts.

Blaine's website offers the full list of tour dates and locations.