Lil Tjay is ready to hit the road in support of his new body of work, 222. On Monday (July 17), the Bronx emcee announced the “Beat The Odds Tour,” which will kick off this September before traversing through both North America and Australia until December. Attendees can also expect special guests to appear throughout.

222 made landfall last Friday (July 14) with 15 songs and additional features from Summer Walker, The Kid LAROI, Fivio Foreign, Jadakiss, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Polo G, and Coco Jones. Bordeaux, Non Native, P2J, Bizness Boi, Jahaan Sweet, A Lau, and more handled the album’s production.

In an interview with HOT 97’s “Ebro In The Morning” (above), Tjay admitted to staying away from his hometown as much as possible — an understandable move given past issues in the area, including a highly publicized 2022 shooting that left him in critical condition. “To be real with you, I try my hardest to stay out of New York,” he said. “I feel like a lot of negative things happen in my life when I’m in New York.”

Check out the full schedule for Lil Tjay‘s upcoming tour and, if you missed it, 222 and a visual for the Walker-assisted “Stressed” below.

“Beat The Odds Tour” dates:

Sept. 21: Pittsburgh, PA — UPMC Event Center

Sept. 23: Bridgeport, CT — Total Mortgage Arena

Sept. 30: Halifax, NS — Scotiabank Centre

Oct. 2: Ottawa, ON — The Arena @ TD Place

Oct. 3: London, ON — Budweiser Gardens

Oct. 5: Saskatoon, SK — Sasktel Centre

Oct. 7: Vancouver, BC — Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre

Oct. 13: Auckland, NZ — Spark Arena

Oct. 17: Sydney, AU — Hordern Pavillion

Oct. 20: Melbourne, AU — Festival Hall

Oct. 21: Brisbane, AU — The Fortitude Music Hall

Nov. 22: New York, NY — The Theater at Madison Square Garden

Nov. 24: Toronto, ON — Coca-Cola Coliseum

Nov 25: Boston, MA — MGM Music Hall at Fenway

Nov 30: Washington, DC — Echostage

Dec. 1: Philadelphia, PA — The Met Philadelphia

Dec 2: Chicago, IL — Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom

Dec. 3: Madison, WI — The Sylvee

Dec. 7: Portland, OR — Veterans Memorial Coliseum

Dec. 9: Seattle, WA — WAMU Theater

Dec. 14: Los Angeles, CA — Hollywood Palladium

Dec. 15: San Francisco, CA — The Midway