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Odd Future’s Earl Sweatshirt and Tyler, The Creator Announce Australian Tour June 2013

Written by Zoltan Blazer on April 29, 2013

Odd Future ringleader, Tyler, The Creator, and Earl Sweatshirt have just announced their own headline Australian tour. The young rappers’ who’s meteoric rise is as much thanks to a brilliant use of social media as it is good music will be playing dates in Perth, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane off the back of their extensive US tour dates.

If Odd Future’s shows at the Sydney Opera House as part of Vivid Live 2011 are anything to go by, these tickets will be a scarce and highly valued commodity come release. Although this tour may be Tyler’s third appearance down under, fans of the rap collective will finally get their first chance to witness prodigal son and one-time viral mystery Earl Sweatshirt live.

Prepare your refresh buttons as tickets go on sale 9am Tuesday, 7th May.

Tyler, The Creator & Earl Sweatshirt – Australian Tour

Tuesday 4th June
Capitol, Perth – 18+

Thursday 6th June
Enmore Theatre, Sydney – All Ages

Friday, 7th June
Palace Theatre, Melbourne – 18+

Saturday 8th June
Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane – All Ages

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