Puff Daddy (aka Sean “Diddy” Combs) is taking the best hip-hop and r&b artists from his Bad Boy Entertainment roster on the road later this year. Lil’ Kim, Mase, Faith Evans, Mario Winans, 112, Total, Carl Thomas, The Lox and French Montana are all joining the rapper on the 25-date Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour, which kicks off Aug. 25 in Columbus, Ohio.

“This isn’t just a concert - this is a moment in hip hop and R&B history,” Combs said. “The family and I are so excited to welcome fans into this once-in-a-lifetime experience. This tour is 20 years in the making, and is a celebration of the hits and the Bad Boy lifestyle. The Bad Boy Family has set the standard for concert excellence, and this tour will be a testament to that!”

The tour’s announcement comes just days before many of these same artists (along with some other big names like Jay Z, Mary J. Blige and DMX) hit the stage for what was originally billed as a “one night only” event at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., to honor the Notorious B.I.G. Well, one night soon became two (May 20 and 21) and now an entire tour.

Fans can get a preview of the tour this Friday, May 20, as Puffy and the Bad Boy Family take over Rockefeller Plaza for the “Today” show’s Citi Concert Series, airing on NBC starting at 7 a.m. ET.

Tickets for the Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour, which is being produced by Live Nation, go on sale to Citi card members this Wednesday, May 18. Visit CitiPrivatePass.com for more details. The general public can purchase tickets Friday, May 20, via LiveNation.com and Ticketmaster.com.

Aug. 25: Schottenstein Center in Columbus, Ohio
Aug. 26: U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati, Ohio
Aug. 27: United Center in Chicago, Ill.
Aug. 31: Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo.
Sept. 2: The Palace of Auburn Hills in Detroit, Mich.
Sept. 3: Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, Md.
Sept. 4: Madison Square Garden in New York City, N.Y.
Sept. 6: Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ont.
Sept. 8: Philips Arena in Atlanta, Ga.
Sept. 10: American Airlines Arena in Miami, Fla.
Sept. 11: Amalie Arena in Tampa, Fla.
Sept. 14: American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas
Sept. 15: Toyota Center in Houston, Texas
Sept. 16: AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas
Sept. 18: Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn.
Sept. 20: Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, N.C.
Sept. 22: Verizon Center in Washington, D.C.
Sept. 23: Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Penn.
Sept. 24: TD Garden in Boston, Mass.
Sept. 25: Prudential Center in Newark, N.J.
Oct. 1: MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nev.
Oct. 2: Gila River Arena in Glendale, Ariz.
Oct. 4: The Forum in Los Angeles, Calif.
Oct. 6: Viejas Arena in San Diego, Calif.
Oct. 8: Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif.