Tyler, The Creator’s fans are in for a treat this month. The American Grammy award-winning rapper is set to perform at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas on February 16th. The concert is expected to be performed in front of a sold-out audience of more than 19,000. The all-original rapper will be enjoying his first major concert schedule since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2019.

Tyler, The Creator, is known for combined traditional elements of the hip hop genre, but blending them with his own profound sense for poetry and unique musical elements. His recent work has an enchanting quality that will leave fans craving more.

This concert in Dallas is part of Tyler, The Creator’s first tour since 2019. The is tour features the artist’s latest album, “Call Me If You Get Lost”. That album was released in June of 2021 and has been widely praised as one of the year’s best. Tyler’s previous hit album, IGOR, debuted 2 years prior in 2017.

The “Call Me If You Get Lost” tour will have 35 stops, with two shows in Texas. The first show in the state is being held in El Paso on February 12th, with the second being in Dallas two nights later. The tour kicks off on February 8th in Phoeniz, Arizona. It ends on April 8th in Seattle, Washington. The tour will stop in all major cities in between, including New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles.

 Who Are The Openers?

Tyler, The Creator is touring with Kali Uchis, Vince Staples. and Teezo Touchdown. Combined, these four will be performing together for all 35 stops. American fans of these artists should take advantage of the opportunity to see them perform. Later this year, in Spring of 2022, these musicians will part ways. Tyler, The Creator is set to perform in Europe and Australia in the summer of 2022, with the other three performers taking up other gigs across the United States.

Potential ticket-buyers should check local COVID-19 guidelines before purchasing tickets. Many venues across the United States have specific safety requirements, as do many concert tours.