Tyler, the Creator Announces North American Tour With Vince Staples

Tyler, the Creator and Vince Staples will be hitting the road together in January.

Tyler, the Creator

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Tyler, the Creator

Tyler, the Creator will be hitting the road at the top of 2018, and he’s bringing a few friends along for the ride.

In support of his new album, Flower Boy, Tyler has announced an accompanying North American tour, which will feature Vince Staples and Taco. It will kick off at the PNE Forum in Vancouver on Jan. 26 and run through March 4 when Tyler will perform at the Eagles Ballroom in Milwaukee. In between, he will make stops in San Francisco, Dallas, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Toronto, Pittsburgh, New York City, Detroit, Chicago, and more. You can take a look at the full schedule below.

TOUR. FLOWER BOY. BIG FISH. ON SALE FRIDAY pic.twitter.com/3qCss6nzxa

— T (@tylerthecreator) November 15, 2017

Tyler released Flower Boy in July about a month after putting out a pair of singles, "Who Dat Boy" and "911/Mr. Lonely," from the project. It debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart, which made it Tyler’s most commercially successful album thus far.

Since dropping the album, Tyler has also kept himself busy with a number of other projects. He hosted the 6th annual Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival at the end of October. He released his Golf Le Fleur sneakers, marking his second collaboration with Converse. And he opened the flagship GOLF store in Los Angeles. Most recently, he announced that he’s planning on releasing a soundtrack of original music for his Adult Swim show, The Jellies!

Tickets for the tour go on sale on Friday.

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