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Rihanna to Tour Across North America With Ke$ha and Nicki Minaj

April 6, 2010 (3:29 am) GMT
Dubbed 'Last Girl on Earth' tour, the gig supported by Ke$ha and Nicki Minaj will begin on July 2 and conclude on August 25.
Rihanna

has mapped out a North American traveling show dubbed "Last Girl on Earth" tour to support her latest studio album "". For the upcoming gig, the Barbadian songstress will take and as her opening acts.

The concert series will be kicked off on July 2 at White River Amphitheatre in Seattle, WA and will be wrapped on August 25 at United Center in Chicago, IL. Tickets will go on sale beginning April 9 with fan club presale starting two days earlier on date 7.

In a recent interview with AOL, Rihanna talked about what to expect from the gig. "We've never done a tour to this capacity," she said. "The production is unbelievable and the costumes, we just took it to a whole new level. Visually and sonically it's going to be a big step up from the last time. We just keep growing, and this time it is a massive production that I cannot wait for."

Beside promoting "Rated R", this tour will also be a platform for Ke$ha and Nicki Minaj to do a cross promotion for their materials. Ke$ha has released her debut album "" in January, while Nicki has dropped her first single "Massive Attack" in March and is expected to release an album later this year.

"Last Girl on Earth" tour dates:

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