It's bound to be a big year for rapper Fetty Wap, and the demand for his upcoming tour is one of the biggest indicators. In February, the "Trap Queen" superstar will launch his first solo tour, Welcome to the Zoo, which will feature support from Post Malone and Monty. Welcome to the Zoo will kick off on February 5 at The Fillmore in Silver Spring, Maryland and run until March 25, where it will close out at Bogarts in Cincinnati. The 22-stop tour will hit major destinations including back-to-back nights at New York City's Irving Plaza, and tickets to see Fetty Wap are on sale and rising quickly on the resale market.

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With just under a month before the tour launches, Fetty Wap tickets are averaging $151 on the secondary market, according to data provided by ticket aggregator, TiqIQ. The 24-year-old is scheduled to play his priciest performance on March 9 at The House of Blues in Houston, where tickets are averaging an impressive $279, with the cheapest ticket available for $50. To attend one of his most sought after shows, has cheap Houston flights for the traveling fan, in addition to Hipmunk's Houston hotel guide to wrap up travel logistics. As it stands, Fetty Wap's cheapest show is on track to be his March 17 stop at The Ritz in Raleigh, North Carolina, where resale tickets are averaging just $68, with the cheapest ticket available for $52.

Fetty garnered recognition this past summer when he was a featured act on Chris Brown's One Hell of a Nite Tour alongside Kid Ink, Teyana Taylor and Omarion. For comparison, tickets on the secondary market averaged $145 across the area tour, with big demand in St. Louis, Anaheim, and Phoenix, according to the TiqIQ database.

Fetty Wap's debut self-titled album was released September 25 and hit No. 1 on Billboard's top 200 albums, selling and streaming the equivalent of 129,000 album units in its first week, Billboard reported. Just this week, the rapper was named on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list alongside other top names in music like Selena Gomez, The Weeknd and Shawn Mendes.