Tyler, the Creator's 'CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST' Tour Dethrones J. Cole's Tours as Highest-Earning Post-Pandemic Hip-Hop Tour

Tyler, the Creator‘s CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST tour has officially dethroned J. Cole‘s The Off-Season and Millennium tours as the highest-earning hip-hop tour of the post-pandemic era.

According to reports, Tyler’s 32-city engagement earned a total of $32.6 million USD from 389,000 tickets sold. His March 31 Los Angeles show at the Crypto.com Arena was the biggest night of the tour as it raked in $1.6 million USD from 14,757 tickets; the tour also earned $2.9 million USD from his two-night performance at Madison Square Garden in New York City from March 13 to March 14. On average, the hip-hop star earned $1.02 million USD and sold 12,155 tickets per show — more than twice the number of his IGOR tour in 2019 which averaged $442,000 USD and 7,786 tickets per show.

The CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST tour kicked off in February and closed out earlier this April, and saw Vince Staples, Kali Uchis and Teezo Touchdown supporting Tyler throughout. His Los Angeles show was also streamed on Amazon Prime Video and is currently still available to watch.

Elsewhere in music, Logic dropped two new tracks entitled “Tetris” and “Decades.”
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