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Tyler, The Creator And Syd Are Going On Solo Tours

The Odd Future cohorts are out here.

Tyler, The Creator and his Odd Future cohort Syd will be embarking on respective solo tours.

Tyler, who recently released his critically-acclaimed album Flower Boy, will kick off his tour in October at his Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival in Los Angeles. It will conclude in November (for now) at the South Side Music Hall in Dallas. Tickets for his shows go on sale this Friday, Aug. 25.

Syd will start The Always Never Home tour in October at the PABST Festival in Atlanta, and will conclude the tour—which bears the title of her upcoming project—in Los Angeles in December. Along the way, she'll join Tyler at the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival. The Fin singer will also be performing at certain venues with her group, The Internet. Tickets for her show will go on sale this Friday (Aug. 25) at 10 a.m.

Check out the full list of dates for both musicians below.

Tyler, The Creator Tour Dates
10-28/29 Los Angeles, CA - Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival
10-31 San Francisco, CA - The Warfield Theatre
11-01 Fresno, CA - Rainbow Ballroom
11-03 Seattle, WA - Showbox SoDo
11-04 Eugene, OR - McDonald Theatre
11-05 Portland, OR - Crystal Ballroom
11-07 Salt Lake City, UT - The Complex
11-08 Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre
11-09 Kansas City, KS - The Truman
11-11 St. Louis, MO - The Pageant
11-12 Cleveland, OH - House of Blues Cleveland
11-13 New York City, NY - Terminal 5
11-15 Worcester, MA - The Palladium
11-16 Sayreville, NJ - Starland Ballroom
11-17 Lancaster, PA - Chameleon Club
11-18 Norfolk, VA - The NorVa
11-20 New Orleans, LA - The Joy Theater
11-21 Houston, TX - Warehouse Live
11-22 Dallas, TX - South Side Music Hall

Syd Tour Dates
10/7/17 Atlanta, GA @ PABST Festival in East Atlanta Village (THE INTERNET show)
10/9/17 New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
10/10/17 Washington, DC @ Fillmore
10/11/17 Boston, MA @ Royale
10/13/17 Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage
10/28/17 Los Angeles, CA @ Camp Flog Gnaw (Syd solo set)
10/29/17 Los Angeles, CA @ Camp Flog Gnaw (THE INTERNET set)
11/6/17 Detroit, MI @ St. Andrew’s Hall
11/7/17 Minneapolis, MN @ Cabooze
11/9/17 Toronto, ON @ The Phoenix Theater
11/13/17 Houston, TX @ House of Blues
11/14/17 Dallas, TX @ South Side Music Hall
11/15/17 Austin, TX @ Emos
11/24/17 Vancouver, BC @ Vogue
11/26/17 Seattle, WA @ Neptune
11/28/17 Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst
11/29/17 San Francisco, CA @ Regency Ballroom
12/1/17 Las Vegas, NV @ Vinyl at Hard Rock Hotel
12/2/17 San Diego, CA @ North Park Observatory
12/6/17 Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory
12/7/17 Los Angeles, CA @ Novo

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Tyler, The Creator Reacts To Drake Getting Booed At Camp Flog Gnaw

Tyler, the Creator is speaking up about Drake receiving boos at the 2019 Camp Flog Gnaw Festival. The former Odd Future member took to his Twitter account to share his thoughts on the incident and address the reports of the Toronto native making an early departure from the event''s stage.

"I thought bringing one of the biggest [sic] artists on the f**king planet to a music festival was fire!" he exclaimed in all caps in a tweet on Monday afternoon (Nov. 11). "But flipside, a lil tone deaf knowing the specific crowd it drew. Some created a narrative in their head and acted out like a**holes when it didn't come true and I don't f**k with that."

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Read Tyler's tweets below and continue here to read about YG bringing out Stormy Daniels during his Camp Flog Gnaw performance of "FDT (F**k Donald Trump)."

I THOUGHT BRINGING ONE OF THE BIGGEST ARTIST ON THE FUCKING PLANET TO A MUSIC FESTIVAL WAS FIRE! BUT FLIPSIDE, A LIL TONE DEAF KNOWING THE SPECIFIC CROWD IT DREW. SOME CREATED A NARRATIVE IN THEIR HEAD AND ACTED OUT LIKE ASSHOLES WHEN IT DIDNT COME TRUE AND I DONT FUCK WITH THAT

— Tyler, The Creator (@tylerthecreator) November 11, 2019

THIS NIGGA DID FEEL NO WAYS! SONG IS BEAUTIFUL. ALSO, MOSTLY EVERYONE WAS HAVING A GREAT TIME, THOSE SHITS IN THE FRONT AREA WERE THE ONES BEING MAD RUDE, WHICH, I CAN SEE WHY, BUT, NAH, FUCK THAT, YALL REPRESENTED ME AND FLOG TO MY GUEST AND MADE US LOOK SOOO ENTITLED AND TRASH

— Tyler, The Creator (@tylerthecreator) November 11, 2019

THAT SHIT WAS LIKE MOB MENTALITY AND CANCEL CULTURE IN REAL LIFE AND I THINK THAT SHIT IS FUCKING TRASH

— Tyler, The Creator (@tylerthecreator) November 11, 2019

NIGGA DID FEEL NO WAYS! THAT SONG IS BEAUTIFUL! MOST GUYS DONT DO ALBUM CUTS! THANK YOU AUBREY!

— Tyler, The Creator (@tylerthecreator) November 11, 2019

LIKE, I LOVE THAT SONG AND THOUGHT THAT WOULD NEVER HAPPEN.......HE REALLY DID THAT FOR ME AND I APPRECIATE IT BECAUSE HE DID NOT HAVE TO COME AT ALL, SEE OUR WORLDS COME TOGETHER WAS SO GREAT IN THEORY

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LIKE, I LOVE THAT SONG AND THOUGHT THAT WOULD NEVER HAPPEN.......HE REALLY DID THAT FOR ME AND I APPRECIATE IT BECAUSE HE DID NOT HAVE TO COME AT ALL, SEE OUR WORLDS COME TOGETHER WAS SO GREAT IN THEORY

— Tyler, The Creator (@tylerthecreator) November 11, 2019

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this was PAINFUL to watch drake literally got boo’d off stage 😭😭 #campfloggnaw pic.twitter.com/Ic6PenmPXc

— ➳ trash (@trashminajx) November 11, 2019

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