Scammers are posing as FADER staffers on Instagram and DistroKid. Read more here.

Tyler, the Creator announces live-streamed CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST concert

The show will stream for free Thursday night from downtown Los Angeles via Prime Video, the Amazon Music app, and the Amazon Music Twitch channel.

March 29, 2022
Tyler, the Creator announces live-streamed <i>CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST</i> concert Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Image.  

Tyler, the Creator has anounced that he'll play his sixth studio album, summer 2021's CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST, in its entirety this coming Thursday, March 31, at a special performance in downtown Los Angeles. His set will stream live on Prime Video, the Amazon Music app, and the Amazon Music Twitch channel. For added support and starpower, he'll bring along Vince Staples, Teezo Touchdown, and Kali Uchis as his openers. The show will begin at 7:50 p.m. local time.

ADVERTISEMENT

Since CALL ME's buzzy release in June, Tyler has kept busy — jumping on marquee projects like the Weeknd's Dawn FM, Nigo's I Know NIGO, and Rex Orange County's "Open a Window," as well as writing the score for Virgil Abloh's final Louis Vuitton runway show. Most recently (this past weekend), he headlined the Buku Music + Arts Project in New Orleans alongside Tame Impala.

Stream CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST below.

ADVERTISEMENT
Tyler, the Creator announces live-streamed CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST concert