Rihanna (@rihanna on Twitter)

Rihanna’s ANTI album is coming soon, and after teasing her new music with a series of Samsung ads during the American Music Awards, the singer has announced a world tour that kicks off in February.

The tour will feature Travis Scott (Rih’s latest rumored romantic partner) as the opener in North America and the Weeknd and Big Sean in Europe. That’s some incredible star power for Rihanna, who last toured as a headliner in 2013, on the Diamonds world tour.

The months-long trek kicks off on Feb. 26, 2016 in San Diego, and tickets will go on sale on Thursday, Dec. 3. In the tweet announcing the tour, Rihanna tagged Samsung, Puma and American Express, tipping her hand to the upcoming trek’s corporate partners.

Speaking of Samsung, Rihanna spent Sunday night (Nov. 22) teasing the release of ANTI by heavily promoting a mobile experience titled ANTIdiaRyClick here for our initial thoughts on Rihanna’s latest art project.

February 26 - San Diego, CA (Viejas Arena)
February 28 - San Jose, CA (SAP Center)
March 1 - Phoenix, AZ (Talking Stick Resort Arena)
March 4 - Austin, TX (Frank Erwin Center)
March 5 - Houston, TX (Toyota Center)
March 6 - Dallas, TX (American Airlines Center)
March 8 - New Orleans, LA (Smoothie King Center)
March 9 - Atlanta, GA (Philips Arena)
March 12 - Jacksonville (Jacksonville Arena)
March 13 - Tampa, FL (Amalie Arena)
March 15 - Miami, FL (American Airlines Arena)
March 18 - Nashville, TN (Bridgestone Arena)
March 19 - Cincinnati, OH (U.S. Bank Arena)
March 20 - Charlotte, NC (The Time Warner Cable Arena)
March 22 - Washington, DC (Verizon Center)
March 23 - Buffalo, NY (First Niagara Center)
March 24 - Auburn Hills, MI (Palace of Auburn Hills)
March 26 - Hartford, CT (XL Center)
March 27 - Brooklyn, NY (Barclays Center)
April 2 - Newark, NJ (Prudential Center)
April 3 - Philadelphia, PA (Wells Fargo)
April 5 - Quebec City, QC (Centre Videotron)
April 6 - Montreal, QC (Bell Centre)
April 9 - Baltimore, MD (Royal Farms Arena)
April 10 - Boston, MA (TD Garden)
April 13 - Toronto, ON (Air Canada Center)
April 15 - Chicago, IL (United Center)
April 18 - Winnipeg, MS (MTS Centre)
April 20 - Edmonton, AB (Rexall Place)
April 21 - Calgary, AB (Scotiabank Saddledome)
April 23 - Vancouver, BC (Rogers Arena)
April 24 - Seattle, WA (KeyArena)
April 27 - Salt Lake City, UT (Vivint Smart Home Arena)
April 29 - Las Vegas, NV (Mandalay Bay)
May 3 - Los Angeles, CA (Forum)
May 7 - Oakland, CA (Oracle Arena)
June 11 - Amsterdam, Holland (Amsterdam Arena)
June 14 - Coventry, United Kingdom (Ricoh Arena)
June 16 - Cardiff, United Kingdom (Cardiff Stadium)
June 18 - Sunderland, United Kingdom (Stadium Of Light)
June 21 - Dublin, Ireland (Aviva Stadium)
June 24 - London, United Kingdom (Wembley Stadium)
June 27 - Glasgow, United Kingdom (Hampden Park)
June 29 - Manchester, United Kingdom (Emirates Old Park)
July 4 - Stockholm, Sweden (Tele2 Arena)
July 7 - Copenhagen, Denmark (Refshale Island)
July 9 - Hamburg, Germany (Volkspark Stadion)
July 13 - Milan, Italy (San Siro)
July 15 - Nice, France (Allianz Stadium)
July 17 - Frankfurt, Germany (Commerzbank Arena)
July 19 - Lyon, France (Grande Stade)
July 23 - Lille, France (Stade Lille)
July 26 - Prague, Czech Republic (Synotip Arena)
July 28 - Cologne, Germany (Rhein Energie Stadion)
July 30 - Paris, France (Stade de France)
August 2 - Berlin, Germany (Olympiastadion)
August 5 - Warsaw, Poland (PGE Narodowy)
August 7 - Munich, Germany (Olympiastadion)
August 10 - Vienna, Austria (Ernst Happel Stadium)
August 12 - Zurich, Switzerland (Letzigrund Stadion)