A$AP Rocky has been on his "Injured Generation" tour since the beginning of the year, and the A$AP Mob frontman shows no signs of slowing down, today announcing new European tour dates. Rocky has taken to social media to reveal the news with an Instagram post that highlights the dates and locations.

The Harlem rapper has a number of festival appearances scheduled throughout 2019, including London's Wireless, Melt in Germany and Tomorrowland in Belgium, among others.

A$AP Rocky's Injured Generation tour essentially serves to support his third studio album, Testing, which released in May of 2018. Most recently, Rocky dropped a psychedelic video for “Kids Turned Out Fine.”

Visit Ticketmaster and the Testing website for tickets to A$AP Rocky's European shows.

BUKU Music + Art Project March 22-23 New Orleans, LA

Breakout Festival June 15-16 Vancouver, BC

Zenith June 26 Paris, France

Zenith June 27 Paris, France

Vestiville June 28 Kristalpark Lommel, Belgium

Tinderbox Festival June 29 Odense, Denmark

SMASH x STADION July 2 Stockholm, Sweden

Longitude Festival July 5 Dublin, Ireland

Wireless Festival July 7 London, UK

Green Theatre July 10 Moscow, Russia

Splash! Festival July 12 Grafenhainichen, Germany

Dour Festival July 14 Dour, Belgium

Magnolia July 17 Milan, Italy Sonar Festival July 19 Barcelona, Spain

Melt! Festival July 20 Grafenhainichen, Germany

Tomorrowland Festival July 21 Boom, Belgium

Tomorrowland Festival July 28 Boom, Belgium

Blockfest August 16 Tampere, Finland

Royal Arena Festival August 17 Orpund, Switzerland

Lowlands Festival August 18 Biddinghuizen, Netherlands

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