• Home
  • Music
  • Tyler the Creator Holds a Secret Concert after Releasing his Latest Album

Tyler the Creator Holds a Secret Concert after Releasing his Latest Album

On June 25th, Tyler the Creator released his 6th studio album, “Call Me If You Get Lost,” which he had been teasing since early June. The deeply reflective album is, according to Forbes, set to reach the number one spot on the next Billboard 200, and mark “a career-best sales week.”

A week after the album’s release, he held a secret concert in Dallas in the venue, Trees, in Deep Ellum. The unofficial event drew a major crowd as one fan explained to Dallas Observer: “This is the first time I’ve seen a line wrap around Trees. That was insane.” Attendees described the atmosphere as very free-spirited. It was incredibly hot, and the crowd mainly formed mosh pits. The artist even took the opportunity to test some of his unreleased music before he performed them on tours, and even “forgot some of the words.”

He put on a similar pop-up concert at The Roxy Theatre in Hollywood. Grimy Goods reveals that a link was sent to fans asking for their contact information. A small group was randomly selected and invited to a small Tyler the Creator concert – assuming they could provide identification and proof of vaccination. 

He will tour in 9 different countries from 2021 to 2022, with his next official concert at Lollapalooza in Chicago. 

Share:

Join Our Mailing List

Recent Articles

Zach Bryan’s new album takes over Tiktok

County music artist, Zach Bryan, released his new album, The Great American Bar Scene on July 4th, 2024. The album is composed of 19 songs; “Lucky Enough”

Hey! Are you enjoying NYCTastemakers? Make sure to join our mailing list for NYCTM and never miss the chance to read all of our articles!