In support of his 2021 album of the same name, rapper Tyler, the Creator brought his “Call Me If You Get Lost” tour to the Fiserv Forum on Thursday night.
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Tyler, the Creator’s “Call Me If You Get Lost” tour is one of the most anticipated tours of the season. With an impressive lineup of artists, including Tyler, the Creator, Kali Uchis, Vince Staples and Teezo Touchdown, the CMIYGL tour is a must see and has something for everyone.
From Teezo Touchdown’s opening set to Tyler’s closing performance of “RUNITUP”, Thursday evening was full of highlights and can’t miss moments and we sent a photographer to the show to capture it all!
We brought Tyler, the Creator’s headlining arena tour to the metaverse for an immersive virtual reality experience.
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Traditional photo galleries are so 2021, so we took our favorite images from Tyler, the Creator’s massive “Call Me If You Get Lost” tour and brought it to the metaverse. So take your VR headset or even your computer or cellphone and get lost in a virtual art gallery showcasing our favorite moments from Tyler’s headlining tour.
Despite a couple years of cancellations, postponements and more throughout the live music world, many great concerts are scheduled to bless fans in Chicago this February.
From huge arenas shows with Elton John and Tyler The Creator, to more intimate but equally anticipated sold out shows with Gracie Abrams and Louis Tomlinson, if you live in the Chicago area and you’re a fan of live music, there is something for everyone in the Windy City this month.
Check out our list of the 5 can’t miss concerts in Chicago in February!
Tyler The Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival is returning to Los Angeles’ Dodger Stadium for another great year of live music.
Taking place on November 9-10, artists like Solange, YG, Brockhampton, Tyler The Creator, Juice WRLD, H.E.R., DaBaby, 21 Savage, Earl Sweatshirt, yasiin bey, FKA twigs, The Internet and many more will take stage at one of our favorite music festivals. And to add to an already great lineup, a mystery headliner will be revealed in the weeks leading up to the fest.
Fans can visit Camp Flog Gnaw’s official website for passes and more information. Stay tuned as more information from the festival is released!
Check out the lineup for Tyler The Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival below.
Tyler, The Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival was back and better in 2018. With a new location at Dodger Stadium and an amazing lineup from top to bottom, fans in Los Angeles definitely got their money’s worth at the carnival this year. From headlining performances with Kids See Ghosts, Tyler, The Creators and Post Malone, to wild sets from A$AP Rocky, Jaden Smith and more, this year was one to remember!
Check out our favorite photos from the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival below.
Tyler, The Creator’s amazing Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival blessed Los Angeles with another year of great music but at a brand location, LA’s Dodger Stadium. With a new venue and an epic lineup, the closing day of this year’s carnival saw performances from Post Malone, Jaden Smith, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Taco with special guests Tyler, The Creator and Juice WRLD, Jorja Smith and a very special headlining performance by Kanye West and Kid Cudi for their Kids See Ghosts album.
Check out our photos from Day 2 on the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival 2018 below.
Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino (aka Teddy Perkins) surprised fans this morning as the multi-talented artist added new dates to his forthcoming headlining tour.
Adding stops in San Jose, Nashville, Denver, Phoenix and Los Angeles, Glover will be joined by Tyler The Creator for the new dates. Rae Sremmurd is still scheduled to join Gambino for the previously announced tour stops. Childish Gambino’s tour was already one of our can’t miss tours of 2018, and this may be one of the last chances fans will have to see Childish Gambino live in concert.
Check out Childish Gambino’s new tour dates with Tyler The Creator below.
After a couple dry months for live music in the city, the concert train is gaining speed in the Windy City this month before festival season sneaks up on music fans everywhere. With huge arena performances to come from Justin Timberlake, P!nk, Demi Lovato and more, and some awesome shows from G-Eazy and Vic Mensa, to name a few, March is bringing some of the biggest names in music to Chicago.
Check out our list of our 10 can’t miss concerts in Chicago this month!
Rhymesayers and Rose Present are bringing another year of great rap music to the Minnesota State Fairgrounds, as Soundset revealed it’s 2018 festival lineup this morning.
Performing at the fairgrounds on Memorial Day Weekend will be some huge names, including Logic, Mogics, Tyler The Creator, Erykah Badu and the Wu-Tang Clan. Rhymesayer’s and Minnesota’s own, Atmosphere, as well as Russ, Jaden Smith, Ice-T, Brockhampton, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Young M.A. and many more are also booked to perform.
Fans can visit the festival’s official website for tickets and more information!