Tyler, the Creator announces massive tour for “Call Me If You Get Lost” feat. Kali Uchis, Vince Staples and Teezo Touchdown

Tyler, the Creator announces massive tour for "Call Me If You Get Lost"
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Tyler, the Creator is heading out on a massive spring tour next year with a stop at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on March 31 — and he won’t be alone. Supported by Kali Uchis, Vince Staples, and Teezo Touchdown, the Call Me If You Get Lost tour is shaping up to be a bombastic return to the stage by one of hip-hop’s most prolifically creative and enigmatic performers.

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Tickets to Tyler, The Creator at STAPLES Center and all other tour dates go on sale on August 6 at 10 a.m. PST and start at $59.50, however the artist presale begins a day earlier on August 5 at 10 a.m. PST. So, how do you get on that Tyler, The Creator presale and access the presale code? Well, remember when Tyler, The Creator threw down that secret show at The Roxy a couple months ago? As we previously mentioned, “The next time Tyler asks for your digits, you best come correct.” If you came correct, the fan presale code will be texted and / or emailed to you. It’s a one-time use, unique code. See below:

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Tyler made his official return to performing at a secret show at The Roxy back in June, an absolute riot of a set that gave many fans their first concert since the beginning of the pandemic. But after his performance at the BET Awards and his recent headlining appearance at Lollapalooza in Chicago, both of which featured wild set pieces that pushed the limits of Tyler’s already hyper-imaginative and wild shows, it’s clear that we’re in a new era of Tyler antics.

It’s not enough that Call Me If You Get Lost, his follow-up to the flawless Igor, is filled with funky bumpers like “SWEET / I THOUGHT YOU WANTED TO DANCE” and the ferociously lit “CORSO.” Nope. Tyler of course has feature upon feature to unload on fans, which will no doubt include an appearance by frequent collaborator Uchis and Touchdown — both of whom appear on his new album.

Visit Tyler, the Creator’s website, Twitter, and Instagram to stay updated on new releases and tour announcements.

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Tyler, the Creator announces massive tour for "Call Me If You Get Lost"