Jay-Z is officially taking “4:44” on the road with a North American Tour this fall, and TIDAL subscribers can have exclusive access to pre-sale tickets. Here, he performs at an event for 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton on Nov. 4, 2016 in Cleveland. Getty Images

Fresh off dropping his latest album” 4:44,” which has caused waves as a potential response to Beyoncé’s “Lemonade,” Jay-Z is taking his music on the road once again with a new tour.

Kicking off later this year in October, Jay-Z will be starting things off in Anaheim, California before closing things off with a final show just before the December holidays in Los Angeles.

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According to Entertainment Weekly, he will also be making appearances at the Made in America Festival, The Meadows and Austin City Limits during the North American tour.

Tickets for “4:44” will be available to the general public on Friday, July 14th at 10 a.m. local time at livenation.com. However, for fans who use Hov’s streaming service, TIDAL, a pre-sale will launch at 12 p.m. EDT on Monday, July 10—four days before the general public tickets will be available. Those who sign up for Tidal ahead of the pre-sale will not only get exclusive access to early tickets, but six months of subscription to the service for free as well.

Check out the full list of tour dates below:

Oct. 27—Anaheim, California—Honda Center

Oct. 28—Las Vegas—T-Mobile Arena

Nov. 1—Fresno, California—Save Mart Center at Fresno State

Nov. 3—Phoenix—Talking Stick Resort Arena

Nov. 5—Denver—Pepsi Center Arena

Nov. 7—Dallas—American Airlines Center

Nov. 8—Houston—Toyota Center

Nov. 9—New Orleans—Smoothie King Center

Nov. 11—Orlando, Florida—Amway Center

Nov. 12—Miami, Florida—American Airlines Arena

Nov. 14—Atlanta—Philips Arena

Nov. 15—Nashville, Tennessee—Bridgestone Arena

Nov. 16—Charlotte, North Carolina—Spectrum Center

Nov. 18—Detroit—Little Caesars Arena

Nov. 19—Cleveland—Quicken Loans Arena

Nov. 21—Montreal, Quebec—Bell Centre

Nov. 22—Toronto, Ontario—Air Canada Centre

Nov. 25—Boston—TD Garden

Nov. 26—Brooklyn, New York—Barclays Center

Nov. 29—Washington, DC—Verizon Center

Dec. 2—Uniondale, New York—NYCB LIVE’s Nassau Coliseum

Dec. 5—Chicago—United Center

Dec, 6—Lincoln, Nebraska—Pinnacle Bank Arena

Dec. 9—Edmonton, Alberta—Rogers Palace

Dec. 11—Vancouver, British Columbia—Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

Dec. 13—Seattle—KeyArena

Dec. 14—Portland, Oregon—Moda Center

Dec. 16—Oakland, California—Oracle Arena

Dec. 17—Sacramento, California—Golden 1 Center

Dec. 19—San Diego—Viejas Arena

Dec. 21—Los Angeles—The Forum

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The tour announcement comes just a little over a week after the “4:44” album dropped, and made fans go crazy after songs seemed to indicate that Jay-Z was finally speaking up about the claims he had cheated on Beyoncé, after she alluded to his being unfaithful on her 2016 hit album. He also discussed their first daughter, Blue Ivy, and made references to their newborn twins, who they welcomed in June.

The couple has not officially released the names of their twins, a boy and a girl, though reports indicated that they filed paperwork to trademark the names Rumi Carter and Sir Carter, which seemed to confirm those were the names they chose. Neither one has officially answered those reports.