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Tyler, the Creator’s CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST Tour Brought Him $30 Million

Tyler the Creators Tour

Tyler, the Creator‘s new tour has recently broken all the records. Titled CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST, it officially removed J. Cole‘s The Off-Season and Millennium tours from the position of the highest-grossing hip-hop tour after the pandemic period.

According to the data, Tyler’s tour which numbers 32 cities brought the musician 32.6 million dollars. This amount the performer got from 389,000 tickets that were sold. And his Los Angeles show that took place on March 31 is considered the biggest night of all the tours and is estimated at 1.6 million dollars. These numbers he got from 14,757 tickets that were sold. While his performance at Madison Square Garden which was held in New York brought the rapper 2.9 million dollars. The event took place from March 13 to March 14. 

On average, the hip-hop star made 1.02 million dollars and sold 12,155 tickets per show. This number is more than twice bigger than his 2019 tour. Titled IGOR, it brought the musician 442,000 dollars from 7,786 tickets sold per show.

CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST arrived in February and finished earlier this month.

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