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Tyler The Creator Tour Dates

Full list of Tyler the Creator tour dates in 2022

Rapper Tyler, The Creator is treating his fans to a special gift. Not one, not two, but two special guest stars will appear at every show on his upcoming “Call Me If You Get Lost” 2022 tour. Below is the full list of Tyler the Creator tour dates in 2022.

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The American rapper’s tour in North American

The tour in support of hip-hop artist Tyler, The Creator’s acclaimed latest album CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST has been announced. Overall, the tour will include 34 arena performances across the nation. 

Vince Staples as well as Kali Uchis assist the multifaceted artist. Last month, Staples published his most recent album, which bears the same name. The rapper also appeared in the brand-new Converse “Really Cool Converse Club” commercial directed by Tyler, The Creator. Tim Meadows, Bill Walton, as well as Henry Rollins of Black Flag were also featured in the advertisement.

Tyler The Creator Tour In North American
Tyler The Creator Tour In North American

Additionally, Tyler, The Creator has produced his videos for the songs “Lemonhead” as well as “Corso.” The fact that the artist lately worked in a recording studio with fellow rap artist Kanye West was also disclosed. The reviews for CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST have been outstanding since its release. Mxdwn’s Jahniya Morris wrote, “So, this album is indeed a way of expressing all that by bringing listeners along on this journey he’s been on since Igor. Since DJ Drama is the miracle touch, there wouldn’t have been a better way to convey this journey and development than in a mixtape-style layout.

Full list of dates below:

02/10 San Diego, CA @ Pechanga Arena

02/11 Phoenix, AZ @ Footprint Center

02/12 Las Vegas, NV @ Michelob Ultra Arena

02/14 El Paso, TX @ Don Haskins Center

02/16 Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center

02/18 St. Louis, MO @ Chaifetz Arena

02/19 Kansas City, MO @ Cable Dahmer Arena

02/20 Minneapolis, MN @ Target Center

02/22 Chicago, IL @ United Center

02/24 Milwaukee, WI @ Fiserv Forum

02/27 Columbus, OH @ Schottenstein Center

02/28 Detroit, MI @ Little Caesars Arena

03/03 Worcester, MA @ DCU Center

03/04 Norfolk, VA @ Chartway Arena

03/06 Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center

03/07 Washington, DC @ Capital One Arena

03/09 Montreal, QC @ Place Bell

03/11 Toronto, ON @ Scotiabank Arena

03/12 Pittsburgh, PA @ Petersen Events Center

03/13 New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden

03/16 Charlotte, NC @ Bojangles Coliseum

03/18 Orlando, FL @ Amway Center

03/19 Tampa, FL @ Yuengling Center

03/20 Miami, FL @ FTX Arena

03/23 Charleston, SC @ North Charleston Coliseum

03/25 Duluth, GA @ Gas South Arena

03/27 Houston, TX @ Toyota Center

03/29 Denver, CO @ Ball Arena

03/31 Los Angeles, CA @ Staples Center

04/01 Oakland, CA @ Oakland Arena

04/02 Sacramento, CA @ Golden 1 Center

04/04 Portland, OR @ Moda Center

04/07 Vancouver, BC @ Pacific Coliseum

04/08 Seattle, WA @ Climate Pledge Arena

Tyler the Creator tour dates set to the United Kingdom, Europe

A new set of dates and times that will take Tyler, the Creator, to the United Kingdom and Europe in 2022 have just been announced, briefly, after he finished his North American tour.

Tyler The Creator Tour Dates Set To The United Kingdom Europe
Tyler The Creator Tour Dates Set To The United Kingdom Europe

The 20-date interaction, which will begin on June 3 in Warsaw, Poland, would then support CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST. Before wrapping up the tour on August 3 in Melbourne, T also will perform in nations like Spain, France, the Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, as well as Ireland, as well as in the UK at London and Manchester and also in Australia at Sydney, Byron Bay, Perth, and Auckland. He will also perform at festivals like Wireless, Roskilde, Parklife, Primavera Sound Barcelona, and others during this tour in furthermore to his solo performances.

Take a look at the complete list of tour dates below:

6/3 Warsaw, Poland

6/4 Barcelona, Spain

6/5 Paris, France

6/7 Amsterdam, Netherlands

6/9 Barcelona, Spain

6/11 Stockhom, Sweden

6/12 Manchester, United Kingdom

7/1 Roskilde, Denmark

7/2 Dublin, Ireland

7/3 London, United Kingdom

7/6 Prauenfeld, Switzerland

7/8 Liege, Belgium

7/9 Frankfurt, Germany

Tyler, The Creator tour 2022 in New Zealand and Australia

Tyler, The Creator has declared a string of upcoming headline shows for Australia and New Zealand, just days after it had been revealed that his headlining performance at Splendour in The Grass will now take place in July 2022.

On July 22, Tyler, The Creator will undertake at Auckland’s Spark Arena as part of his upcoming tour, which will be his first headlining trip across the nation since 2013. He will then travel across the Tasman to conduct in Perth, Sydney, as well as Melbourne.

Since the US artist’s last visit to the nation for a series of festival looks in late 2019, a lot has happened, such as the recent publication of his sixth album, Call Me If You Get Lost, as well as a win for Best Rap Album for IGOR just at 2020 Grammy Awards.

Tyler The Creator Tour 2022 In New Zealand And Australia
Tyler The Creator Tour 2022 In New Zealand And Australia

Tyler’s greatest gift, according to Rolling Stone, “remains his incapability to do much of anything dependable,” the magazine wrote in a review of the album. Tyler’s entire ethos is constructed around trying to bring outsiders into his world, pressuring them to shed the artifice of brand building for the length of a verse, unlike some artists who make a coordinated effort to shock their fans with unconventional collaborations.

Tyler, The Creator Australian & New Zealand Tour 2022

7/22 Spark Arena, Auckland, NZ

7/26 RAC Arena, Perth, WA

7/29 Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, NSW

8/2 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC

  • While on tour, Tyler, The Creator reveals the meaning of the album’s title, “Call Me If You Get Lost

Since its discharge in 2021, fan theories have been circulating, but Tyler, the Creator, has formally clarified the significance of his Grammy-winning album Call Me If You Get Lost.

Tyler proceeded his tour to Portland, Oregon, where he spoke about the title’s significance after accepting the award for Best Rap Album this past weekend. After seeing 2019’s Igor, Tyler claimed that he “noticed how much rap music altered my life or the lives of my friends,” so he decided to boast about the things that are significant to him.

“And I don’t mean once you don’t understand what to do if I say Call Me If You Get Lost. In other words, when you call me, I want you to tell me what you’re up to, what you’re doing, and where you’re out in the world doing your shit. No, fuck that. I don’t want n***as calling me and saying, “Oh, I’m sad, I don’t know.” If we can get on the same flight, we can meet up and find out what the fuck we’re up to. I intended that to be what I said.

Tyler The Creator Reveals The Meaning Of The Album Title Call Me If You Get Lost
Tyler The Creator Reveals The Meaning Of The Album Title Call Me If You Get Lost

Tyler also discussed the importance of the DJ Drama and Gangsta Grillz tapes to him as a child, how they influenced his previous stuff with Odd Future, and Q-1999 Tip’s solo album Amplified influenced his 2021 project during his speaking at the CMIYGL Tour.

Before advising his audience to make sure that they make their studies on the material he grew up with and the genre’s history, Tyler made damn sure to acknowledge Gravediggaz and how he sampled track “2 Cups of Blood” for “Lumberjack.”

Many children today skip history class due to the Internet. As well as the genre they enjoy — man, they don’t understand the significance of Gucci Mane, who all these children are now derivatives of. “So all of you who are fans of this thing and are present, please gain knowledge about its history and respect the above, which some people value. I won’t lie; I think it’s progress if I see a bunch of baby-assed white girls dancers to RZA beats in 2022, bro. It’s gorgeous.

  • Tyler, the Creator tour became the highest-earning post-pandemic hip-hop tour

The hip-hop artist made an average of USD 1.02 million as well as sold 12,155 tickets per performance, which is twice as many as his IGOR tour in 2019.

Tyler, the Creator responds to critics

DJ Khaled took issue with the 31-year-Best old’s Rap Album victory for “IGOR” in 2019 and referenced it in his victory speech for “Call Me If You Get Lost” in 2022.

According to Rap-Up, Tyler said, “Thank you to anyone mad that I took it home this year, so I reversed as well as picked it up again.” 

The good wishes that keep coming my way allowed me to create an album that I flex all gosh dang day, he continued. You might make everyone proud unless you put so much effort into something.

Breakthrough tour

Tyler’s flex at the time was justified because, according to HipHopDX, the tour has since become a record-breaker.

Tyler made 32 stops across the U.S. while touring with the soundboard recordings of Vince Staples, Kali Uchis, as well as Teezo Touchdown, selling a sum of 389,000 tickets. On March 31 in Los Angeles, just at Arena, his fans turned out in force to welcome him back to his hometown, bringing in $1.6 million from 14,757 ticket sales. According to the outlet, he broke his IGOR Tour record by selling an average of $1.02 million as well as 12,155 tickets per show.

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