Tyler, The Creator Announces Two London Shows

Taking over the O2 Brixton Academy.

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Tyler, The Creator has announced two shows in London for later this year, after his surprise performance was cancelled over the weekend. For the first time since being banned from entering the UK in 2015, Tyler returned to London and announced a last-minute gig at Bussey Building in South London on Saturday. However, before he could appear, the police reportedly shut down the show because the crowd was “too rowdy” — leading Virgil Abloh to leave the venue by climbing under a gate.

The new performances will see Tyler headline the O2 Academy in Brixton for two nights in September — the 16th and 17th — with tickets set to go on sale for the shows on Friday May 24. Tickets will be available via the O2 Brixton Academy web store.

In other music news, Kid Cudi has new music on the way.

 

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