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Ashanti will be joining Omarion and Bow Wow for the Millenium Tour 2020. The “Baby” singer is listed on the tour’s flier as a “special guest.”

On Thursday (Dec. 5), Omarion took to Instagram to announce that Ashanti had been added to The Millennium Tour.

“So excited to announce that Ashanti will be joining The Millennium Tour lineup!” Omarion wrote in the caption of his post.

“Don’t forget to use the pre-sale code PARTY or HITS today only to save $5 off the purchase of your ticket. General on sale starts at 10AM.  More cities to be announced.  Join the tour’s email list and get ticket information at GSquaredEvents.com.”

Ying Yang Twins, Lloyd, Pretty Ricky, and Soula Boy will also be gracing the stage during The Millennium Tour.

As we previously reported, B2k has been bumped from the tour, although the group headlined during the 2019 trek of The Millennium Tour. J-Boog took to Instagram and said that Lil Fizz dating Omarion’s children’s mother, Apryl Jones is “99 percent” why B2k is no longer on the tour.

Ticket sales for The Millennium Tour 2020 go on-sale tomorrow ( Dec. 6) via Ticketmaster.

The Millennium Tour Dates

Feb. 29: KFC Yum! Center — Louisville, KY
March 1: Bankers Life Fieldhouse — Indianapolis, IN
March 6: Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden — New York, NY
March 8: EagleBank Arena — Fairfax, VA
March 13: PNC Arena — Raleigh, NC
March 14: Hampton Coliseum — Hampton, VA
March 20: Petersen Events Center — Pittsburgh, PA
March 21: Royal Farms Arena — Baltimore, MD
March 22: Prudential Center — Newark, NJ
March 27: Spectrum Center — Charlotte, NC
March 28: Nashville Municipal Auditorium — Nashville, TN
March 29: FedExForum — Memphis, TN
April 10: State Farm Arena — Atlanta, GA
April 11: Greensboro Coliseum Complex — Greensboro, NC
April 12: Colonial Life Arena — Columbia, SC
April 17: Wintrust Arena — Chicago, IL
April 26: UW–Milwaukee Panther Arena — Milwaukee, WI
May 2: AmericanAirlines Arena — Miami, FL
May 3: VyStar Veterans Arena — Jacksonville, FL
May 7: Selland Arena — Fresno, CA
May 8: Oakland Arena — Oakland, CA
May 10: The Forum — Inglewood, CA

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.