*Drake will hit the road for his first North American solo trek, dubbed “The Away From Home Tour,” an eco-friendly undertaking done in conjunction with Reverb โ€“ a non-profit organization that promotes environmental-friendly techniques.

The 25-city outing stretches from Apr. 6 through May 8 with feature performances from Canadian rapper/singer K-OS and the synth pop New York band Francis & The Lights.

The jaunt follows his participation in the “Young Money Presents: America’s Most Wanted Music Festival,” which was headlined by Lil Wayne.

The tour’s eco-friendly policy, dubbed the “Campus Consciousness Tour,” calls for the use of biodiesel fuel and biodegradable and recyclable products on the bus and backstage.

Drake will also showcase an “Eco-Village” with tents which will feature environmental and other socially-conscious groups educating on green technology, student carbon-offset programs and eco-friendly consumer sampling.

Below are Drake’s upcoming tour dates:

Apr. 6: Charleston, IL (Eastern Illinois University)
Apr. 7: Columbus, OH (private location)
Apr. 9: State College, PA (Penn State University)
Apr. 10: Boston, MA (private location)
Apr. 11: Lock Haven, PA (private location)
Apr. 14: East Lansing, MI (Michigan State University)
Apr. 15: Rochester Hills, MI (Oakland University)
Apr. 16: Morgantown, WV (West Virginia University)
Apr. 21: Orlando, FL (University Central Florida)
Apr. 22: Greenville, SC (Furman University)
Apr. 23:ย  TBA
Apr. 24: New Orleans, LA (New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival)
Apr. 26: New Orleans, LA (University of Missouri – Kansas City)
Apr. 27: Lexington, KY (University of Kentucky)
Apr. 29: Lowell, MA (University Mass Lowell)
Apr. 30: Syracuse, NY (private location)
May 1: Boston, MA (private location)
May 4: East Rutherford, NJ (Bamboozle Festival)
May 5: Towson, MD (Holy Cross)
May 6: Cheney, PA (Towson University)
May 7: Ithaca, NY (private location)
May 8: Plymouth, NH (private location)