Tyler, The Creator has been on a winning streak this year. The rapper achieved a new milestone in his career among post-pandemic tours after winning the Grammy for Best Rap Album for “Call Me If You Get Lost.” Taking that into consideration, Tyler’s Call Me If You Get Lost tour has grossed $32.6 million.
Tyler’s tour began on February 8th and finished on April 8th, with openers Kali Uchis, Vince Staples, and Teezo Touchdown. Tyler’s two-month tour saw him hitting the United States and Canada to promote his new project.
According to Billboard, Los Angeles and New York were the two cities that brought in the most revenue. Tyler and his friends shut down the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, bringing in $1.6 million from 14,757 ticket sales. Meanwhile, his two shows at MSG in New York grossed $2.9 million. Tyler grossed almost $1.2 million per night on average, with upwards of 12,200 tickets sold.
The 32-city tour is now the most successful post-pandemic hip-hop tour. Right behind Tyler’s recent stint is J. Cole’s The Off Season tour and 2021’s Millenium Tour with Omarion, Bow Wow, Soulja Boy, Ashanti, and more.
In addition to the huge success from his tour dates, his latest album is expected to return to the top of the Billboard 200. According to recent reports, the vinyl release of Call Me If You Get Lost boosted sales by additional 59,000 units.
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