Meek Mill Announces ‘The Motivation’ Tour, Pens Criminal Justice Reform Op-Ed for NY Times

blame it on Shake November 26, 2018

With his Championships album dropping later this week, Meek Mill just revealed he’s going on the road with his The Motivation Tour.

Kicking off in Miami on February 19th, the Philly rapper will run through Houston, Los Angeles, Chicago, Denver, North Carolina, and more, before wrapping on March 24th in Atlanta.

Check out the full list of dates below.

Feb. 19 – Miami, FL (Jackie Gleason Theater)
Feb. 22 – Dallas, TX (South Side Ballroom)
Feb. 23 – Houston, TX (Revention Music Center)
Feb. 26 – Phoenix, AZ (Comerica Theatre)
Feb. 28 – Los Angeles, CA (Hollywood Palladium)
March 1 – San Francisco, CA (The Masonic)
March 5 – Denver, CO (Fillmore Auditorium)
March 8 – Chicago, IL (Aragon Ballroom)
March 9 – Detroit, MI (The Fox Theatre)
March 12 – New York, NY (Hammerstein Ballroom)
March 15 – Philadelphia, PA (The MET)
March 19 – Hartford, CT (XFINITY Theatre)
March 20 – Lowell, MA (Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell)
March 21 – Washington, DC (The Anthem)
March 23 – Raleigh, NC (The Ritz)
March 24 – Atlanta, GA (Coca-Cola Roxy)

On top of the tour announcement, and perhaps more importantly, Meek also penned an op-ed about criminal justice reform for The New York Times.

“Like many who are now incarcerated, I was the victim of a miscarriage of justice,” Meek says. “I got lucky, but because of dysfunctional, discriminatory rules, most don’t.”

Check out the full piece here.