Tyler, The Creator Announces Intimate L.A. Concert For “Estate Sale”

Tyler, The Creator will be performing songs from his newest album, Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale, at an intimate show in Los Angeles’ El Rey Theatre on Wednesday, April 26 at 9:00 PM. Tyler made the announcement on his social media pages, Wednesday. He says the show will be just him with a microphone inside the venue’s tiny Blackbox set-up.

“Bare black box show just me and a mic. callmeifyougetlost.com los Angeles,” Tyler wrote on Twitter. Tickets for the event sold out almost instantly. When one user quickly offered to sell his, Tyler shut him down. “ID is needed at will call to get in, so if it doesnt match the name on ticket, its a dub. good luck selling that,” he replied.

Tyler, The Creator At Coachella

Tyler, the Creator and Kali Uchis perform onstage at the 2023 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival on April 16, 2023 in Indio, California. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Variety via Getty Images)

Tyler released the original version of CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST back in June 2021. The album featured collaborations with DJ Drama, 42 Dugg, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Lil WayneLil Uzi VertPharrell Williams, and many more across its 16-song tracklist. It debuted atop the Billboard 200 while moving 169,000 album-equivalent units and has since gone platinum.

Last month, Tyler appeared on the Hulu series RapCaviar Presents. During the show, he reflected on his feeling about being a rapper. “We’re good with words. We’re good with rhythm. We know pockets. We hear a collection of sounds and one thing and say, ‘Ahh, I know what could go over this,’ that takes a skill,” he said. “You could be multiple choice. You could be into this and you could be into this, and you could be into that. It’s A,B,C.” Tyler continued: “I’m a rapper. I’m also a producer. I’m also a fucking hot dog. You got some young kid like 13 thinking, ‘Oh I got to make bravado rap, [or] damn I gotta talk about what you think you would have to talk about in a rap song,’ [but] no, you don’t. When I’m flexing on these songs, it’s just about the shit that I really like.”

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