Often times when an artist announces a world tour, the dates include a piece of Asia, Europe, North America, sometimes South America, and Australia; but one of Earth’s seven continents is frequently overlooked…Africa.

British rapper Stormzy has announced a world tour for 2020 and it is truly a world tour that makes stops on five of the seven continents; missing out on South Africa and Antarctica.

Along with making three stops in Africa, Stormzy will make his solo debut at the iconic O2 Arena in his homeland of England.

The two time Brit Award winner is the first rap artist to headline at the legendary Glastonbury Festival.

“Heavy is the Head” tour dates:
Feb 7 at the RedFestDXB in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Feb 10 & 11 at Ancienne Belgique in Brussels, Belgium
Feb 20 at the Columbiahalle in Berlin, Germany
Feb 21 at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen, Denmark
Feb 22 at the AFAS Live in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Feb 24 at the Docks in Hamburg, Germany
Feb 25 at the Sentrum Scene in Oslo, Norway
Feb 26 at the Annexet in Stockholm, Sweden
Feb 28 at the Carlswerk Victoria in Cologne, Germany
Feb 29 at LE TRIANON in Paris, France
March 1 at Altes Postlager in Mainz, Germany
March 3 at Stodola in Warsaw, Poland
March 4 at the Roxy in Prague, Czech Republic
March 5 at X-TRA in Zurich, Switzerland
March 24 at Blitz in Akasaka, Japan
March 27 at the Arkham in Shanghai, China
March 28 at the Sonar in Hong Kong, China
March 29 at the MUV Hall in Seoul, Republic of Korea
May 1 at the TSB Bank Arena in Wellington, New Zealand
May 2 at The Trusts Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand
May 6 at the HBF Stadium in Perth, Australia
May 9 at the Horden Pavilion in Sydney, Australia
May 13 at the AEC Theatre in Adelaide, Australia
May 14 at the Melbourne Arena in Melbourne, Australia
May 16 at the Riverstage in Brisbane, Australia
May 26 at the Fox Theater in Oakland, CA
May 27 at The Novo in Los Angeles, CA
May 29 at the Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, CO
May 30 at the Buckhead Theatre in Atlanta, GA
May 31 at the Theatre Corona in Montreal, QC
June 2 at the REBEL in Toronto, ON
June 4 at Brooklyn Steel in Brooklyn, NY
June 5 at the Theatre of Living Arts in Philadelphia, PA
June 6 at the 9:30 Club in Washington, DC
June 9 at the Metro in Chicago, IL
June 12 at the House of Blues in Houston, TX
June 13 at the House of Blues in Dallas, TX
Sept 3 & 4 at The O2 in London, UK
Sept 8 at the 3Arena in Dublin, Ireland
Sept 10 at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow, UK
Sept 11 at the Utilita Arena in Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
Sept 12 at the First Direct Arena in Leeds, UK
Sept 13 at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool, UK
Sept 16 at the FlyDSA Arena in Sheffield, UK
Sept 17 at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, UK
Sept 18 at the Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham, UK
Sept 19 at the Arena in Birmingham, UK
Sept 21 at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff, UK
Sept 22 at the Bournemouth International Centre in Bournemouth, UK
Oct 3 at the Rocking the Daisies Festival in Cape Town, South Africa
Oct 4 at the In the City Festival in Johannesburg, South Africa
Oct 9 at the Untamed Empire in Accra, Ghana
Oct 10 at the Federal Palace Hotel in Lagos, Nigeria