Donald Glover announces Childish Gambino tour with Rae Sremmurd

It's his first full tour in support of 'Awaken, My Love!'

Childish Gambino is set to head on tour with Rae Sremmurd, announcing a series of North American live dates.

Actor and musician Donald Glover confirmed the news today (March 5). It will be his first full tour in support of 2016 album ‘Awaken, My Love!’.

He’ll hit the road during September, playing shows in Atlanta, Chicago, Toronto, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Houston, Dallas, Inglewood, Oakland, Seattle and Vancouver.


Hip-hop duo Rae Sremmurd – best known for their hit ‘Black Beatles’ – will support at all dates.

Pre-sale tickets are available from Tuesday (March 6), with general tickets going on sale Friday (March 9).

Childish Gambino will also headline London’s Lovebox festival in July, alongside Skepta and N.E.R.D.

Glover has announced his plans to retire from music following an upcoming third Childish Gambino album, set for release via RCA.

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Posted by Donald Glover on Monday, March 5, 2018

Childish Gambino plays the following dates:


6 Atlanta, GA – Infinite Energy Arena 
8 Chicago, IL – United Center 
10 Toronto, Ontario – Air Canada Centre 
12 Boston, MA – TD Garden 
14 New York, NY – Madison Square Garden 
18 Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center 
19 Washington, DC – Capital One Arena 
22 Houston, TX – Toyota Center 
23 Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center 
26 Inglewood, CA – The Forum 
27 Oakland, CA – Oracle Arena 
29 Seattle, WA – KeyArena 
30 Vancouver, British Columbia – Rogers Arena 

Glover recently opened up about his thoughts on the music industry, saying that “no one has good intentions”.

Explaining his disenchantment with the entertainment industries, Glover said: “Before my first album came out, I wanted people to like me, and to realise that I had good intentions. Then I realised that no one has good intentions—we all just have incentives.”

He went on to recount a tale of his label’s boss “ruining” an intimate album playback.