After a colossal show-stopping performance at Lollapalooza, which Rolling Stone listed as one of “the 13 best things (they) saw,” multiplatinum-selling hip-hop superstar, modern icon, and 21st century force of nature Lil Pump has announced plans for a North American headline tour. The HARVERD DROPOUT TOUR gets underway September 28th at The Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, CO and travels through the top of November (tour itinerary below). A number of dates will see Lil Pump joined by a slate of supporting acts, which will be unveiled soon. CITI pre-sales begin Tuesday, August 14 at 12 PM EST, to Thursday, August 16 at 10 PM local. Spotify pre-sales begin Wednesday, August 15 at 10 AMlocal to Thursday, August 16 at 10 PM local. Public on-sale begins on Lil Pump’s 18th birthday, August 17, at 10 AM local. For complete details, and ticket information, please visit www.unhappy.com
The HARVERD DROPOUT TOUR readies Lil Pump fans for his forthcoming LP, Harverd Dropout via Tha Lights Global/Warner Bros. Records- coming soon. The long awaited follow-up to the chart-topping stars 2017 breakout self-titled debut is one of the most anticipated releases this year. The self-titled RIAA Gold certified album entered the Billboard chart at #3, emerging as the #1 streaming album first week. Lil Pump has accumulated over 1 million equivalent album sales to date.
On an unending hot streak, Lil Pump’s new singles “Drug Addicts” and “Esskeetit” clocked over 350 million combined views and 529 million streams. The event-level music video for “Drug Addicts” immediately went viral with “Dr. Pump” enlisting another “medical professional,” “Dr. Sheen”- aka Charlie Sheen. If that weren’t enough, the multi-talented teen delivered a high energy, confetti-covered performance of “Esskeetit” for his television debut on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, joined by two giant dancing “Esskeetit” mascots; the unforgettable performance would be touted by Complex, Billboard, XXL and more.
The impact of the Lil Pump album skyrocketed 17-year-old Pump straight to #1 on Billboard’s Emerging Artists Chart. He wrapped up 2017 with a sold-out 27-city U.S. tour, and was tapped as one of Forbes Hip-Hop Future Moguls Class of 2018. Over the summer Lil Pump embarked on his first major European tour that included stops at Tomorrowland, Wireless and Lollapalooza in Paris. Night after night Lil Pump puts on an incredible show, igniting massive mosh pits and rave reviews, watch a recent tour clip here.
An avalanche of press coverage ranges from Noisey, Complex, Rolling Stone, Billboard, and more, to an extensive profile in The New York Times that positioned him as the voice of the “SoundCloud rap” genre. What’s more, this summer Lil Pump graced the cover of XXL’s coveted 2018 Freshman Class issue.
Recently, Lil Pump received an MTV Video Music Award nomination for “Best New Artist” and encouraged fans to vote for a chance to attend the show with him on August 20, 2018 in New York City. To submit votes visit vma.mtv.com
ABOUT LIL PUMP:
Signature colorful dreads flailing, ominous ink on display, and superhero-sized charisma in plentiful supply, Lil Pump (born August 17, 2000) tore through hip-hop like a tornado, amassing over 2 Billion audio and video streams and counting. First joining forces as a 16-year-old with the next generation music and entertainment company Tha Lights Global, the South Florida sonic fire-plug ratcheted up over 200 million Soundcloud plays with his initial tracks, “Flex Like Ouu,” “Boss,” “D Rose,” and “Molly.” Both “Flex Like Ouu” and “Boss” are now RIAA gold certified. But it was the RIAA double-platinum “Gucci Gang” that topped singles charts across North America and Europe, streaming to #2 on the US Spotify Chart and #12 on the Global Chart, and earning over 750 million combined YouTube views for its climactic, larger-than-life video.
9/28 The Fillmore Auditorium Denver, CO
9/30 Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland Kansas City, MO
10/1 Ralston Arena Ralston, NE
10/2 The Armory Minneapolis, MN
10/3 Seven Flags Event Center Clive, IA
10/5-10/6 Breakaway Nashville Music Festival
10/6 The Eagles Ballroom Milwaukee, WI
10/8 The Fillmore Detroit Detroit, MI
10/9 Rebel Toronto, ONT
10/10 Terminal 5 New York, NY
10/11 The Fillmore Philly Philadelphia, PA
10/12 The Anthem Washington, DC
10/12-10/13 Breakaway Charlotte Music Festival Charlotte, NC
10/14 House of Blues Boston Boston, MA
10/17 Starland Ballroom Sayreville, NJ
10/18 Agora Theatre Cleaveland, OH
10/19 Express Live! Pavillion Columbus, OH
10/20 The Ritz Raleigh, NC
10/22 Tabernacle Atlanta, GA
10/25 Revention Music Center Houston, TX
10/27 South Side Music Hall Dallas, TX
10/27-10/28 Mala Luna Music Festival San Antonio, TX
10/30 Marquee Theatre Pheonix, AZ
10/31 The Observatory Santa Ana, CA
11/1 The Observatory, Santa Ana, CA
11/2 SOMA San Diego, CA
11/4 The Warfield Theater San Francisco, CA
11/6 The Hollywood Palladium Los Angeles, CA