Jack Harlow announces North American tour for new album ‘Come Home The Kids Miss You’

The six-week tour kicks off in early September

Jack Harlow has announced an arena tour of North America in support of his second studio album, ‘Come Home The Kids Miss You’.

The tour, announced today (May 10), will start in Nashville at the city’s Municipal Auditorium. An ensuing 21 dates will follow across September and October, wrapping at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena on October 16. Hip-hop duo City Girls – best known for their feature on Drake‘s 2018 single ‘In My Feelings’ – will support Harlow for most of the tour.

Harlow is set to tour the world in support of the album, taking in festival dates across the US, the UK and Australia in the coming months.

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Harlow released ‘Come Home The Kids Miss You’ last Friday (May 6). The album features the Billboard Number One single ‘First Class’ and ‘Dua Lipa’, a song named after the famous singer that Harlow claims to have cleared with her prior to its release. Other artists that feature on the album include the aforementioned Drake, Justin Timberlake, Pharrell Williams and Lil Wayne.

In a three-star review of the album, NME described it as “packing filler between his knockout singles”.

“You’ll find a gem or two here and there, but this collection’s longevity is questionable,” it read.

In spite of his recent success – including a feature on Lil Nas X‘s own Billboard Number One single, ‘Industry Baby’ – Harlow recently found himself at the centre of a viral video in which two basketball referees had no idea who the rapper was.

Jack Harlow’s ‘Come Home The Kids Miss You’ tour dates are:

SEPTEMBER
6 – Nashville, Municipal Auditorium
8 – Irving, The Pavilion
10 – Houston, 713 Music Hall
11 – Austin, Moody Center
13 – Phoenix, Arizona Federal Theatre
17 – San Diego, Viejas Arena
20 – Inglewood, KIA Forum
23 – Seattle, WAMU Theater
24 – Vancouver, Rogers Arena
25 – Portland, Veterans Memorial Coliseum
27 – Salt Lake City, Maverik Center
28 – Denver, 1STBANK Center
30 – Minneapolis, The Armory

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OCTOBER
1 – Chicago, Credit Union 1 Arena
2 – Detroit, Fox Theatre
5 – Toronto, Coca-Cola Coliseum
8 – Philadelphia, Liacouras Center
9 – Boston, MGM Music Hall
11 – Washington DC, The Anthem
14 – Miami, PFL Solar Ampitheater
15 – Tampa, Yuengling Center
16 – Atlanta, State Farm Arena

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