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Fresh off opening for Taylor Swift on her 1989 world tour, Shawn Mendes is headlining his own. The 17-year-old pop star released the dates and stops for his first-ever world tour.

The schedule includes 38 stops across North America and Europe. After his already sold-out show at New York’s Radio City Music Hall on March 5, Mendes is heading across the pond, before returning stateside in July. The final show is slated for Aug. 21 in Mendes’ hometown of Toronto, just two weeks after his 18th birthday.

Mendes’ debut album Handwritten was released last April and immediately created buzz for the rising artist, shooting to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. Leading up to his album, Mendes began his ShawnsFirstHeadlines tour that only had three non-North American dates.

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Presale tickets are available Feb. 1 beginning at 10 a.m. local venue time, while public sales begin Feb. 6. Further ticketing information can be seen on Mendes’ website.

See the full list of dates below.

Shawn Mendes world tour dates

March 5: New York City; Radio City Music Hall

April 16: Cologne, Germany; E-Werk

April 17: Amsterdam, Netherlands; Paradiso

April 19: Copenhagen, Denmark; Falconer Salen

April 21: Stockholm, Sweden; Arenan

April 22: Oslo, Norway; Sentrum Scene

April 24: Berlin, Germany; Huxleys

April 27: Milan, Italy; Fabrique

April 29: Madrid, Spain; Barclaycard Center

May 2: Paris, France; Olympia

May 6: London, England; Hammersmith

May 8: Lisbon, Portugal; Sala Tejo/Meo Arena

July 15: Boca Raton, Fla.; Mizner Park Amphitheater

July 16: St. Augustine, Fla.; St. Augustine Amphitheatre

July 17: Atlanta; Fox Theatre

July 19: San Antonio, Texas; Freeman Coliseum

July 20: Grand Prairie, Texas; Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie

July 22: Phoenix; Comerica Theatre

July 23: San Diego; Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU

July 24: San Jose, Calif.; Event Center at SJSU

July 26: Seattle; WaMu Theater

July 27: Vancouver, B.C.; Vancouver Civic Theatres’ Orpheum

July 30: Salt Lake City; The Great Saltair

July 31: Broomfield, Colo.; 1STBANK Center

Aug. 2: St. Paul, Minn.; Roy Wilkins Auditorium

Aug. 4: West Allis, Wis.; Wisconsin State Fair

Aug. 5: Rosemont, Ill.; Rosemont Theatre

Aug. 6: St. Louis, Mo.; Fabulous Fox Theatre

Aug. 7: Nashville, Tenn.; Carl Black Woods Amphitheater

Aug. 10: Detroit; Fox Theatre

Aug. 12: Baltimore; Pier Six Pavilion

Aug. 13: Hamburg, N.Y.; Erie County Fair

Aug. 14: Philadelphia; The Mann

Aug. 16: West Long Branch, N.J.; The MAC Center at Monmouth University

Aug. 17: Lowell, Mass.; Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell

Aug. 19: Uncasville, Conn.; Mohegan Sun

Aug. 20: Hershey, Penn.; Hersheypark Stadium

Aug. 21: Toronto; Air Canada Centre