Tyler The Creator Cancels Tour in Europe
Tyler, The Creator might be keeping fans on their toes as far as any new music releases he has cooking up, but the rapper has been doing his best to tide them over with his live shows. While the Odd Future co-founder was slated to do a slew of concerts and festival appearances in Europe this summer, he announced his tour is unfortunately cancelled.
The Los Angeles rapper tweeted about the news over the weekend, writing, "no more europe tour, sorry, next time."
Tyler is still reportedly set to appear at this year's NXNE concert in Toronto, but all of his overseas appearances have been cancelled, including festivals in Spain, France, Germany and more. At the moment, there's no word on his reasoning for the cancellation, but there is still good news for his fans in the U.S., as he's still set to perform at the Panorama Festival in NYC on July 28, as well as the MO POP concert in Detroit the day following.
Earlier this weekend (May 6), Tyler announced the dates for the annual Camp Flog Gnaw Festival, which takes place in California every year. The festival will be going down on Oct. 28-Oct. 29 at Exposition Park in Los Angeles, and the lineup will be unveiled in the near future.
Hopefully Tyler will be able to make it up to his Europe fans who will miss out on seeing him this summer. See the shows that Tyler cancelled listed below.
Tyler The Creator's Cancelled Europe Tour Dates
July 3 - Hamburg, Germany - Markthalle
July 4 - Cologne, Germany - Essigfabrik
July 5 - Amsterdam, Netherlands - Paradiso Grote Zaal
July 13 - Lisbon, Portugal - Super Bock Super Rock
July 13-16 - Benicassim, Spain - Festival Internacional de Benicàssim
July 15 - Paris, France - Afropunk Festival
July 17 - Frankfurt, Germany - Batschkapp
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