Europe and Japan: “To The Moon” goes international
Thanks also to the support of his social media accounts, Kid Cudi has announced his 2022 world tour. “To The Moon” begins in August in Vancouver and wraps in Milan, Italy, in November. The Fabrique of Milan will host Cudi’s 6th European exhibition, after the cities of Berlin, Amsterdam, London, Bruxelles and Paris. The tickets are already available from the 24th of June, with an average price of $55.00.
Besides that, all the North American dates can count also on the presence of Strick and Don Toliver. 070 Shake and Denzel Curry, instead, will appear only for some select dates. Plus other support “to be announced” for the European stages and the one in Tokyo. Denzel Curry and Strick, who have already collaborated with Cudi on “Moon Man”, demonstrate once again their esteem for the rapper from Cleveland. Kid Cudi and Denzel, besides JID, are also the skilled lyricists on “Talk About Me”, a new track produced by Dot da Genius. The single has also received a Lyrical Lemonade music video from Cole Bennet, whose visuals capture the essence of this drop. “Talk About Me” is, in order of time, Cudi’s lastest drop. Essentially a jolly for the live show of the tour.
Kid Cudi bringing Moon Man’s Festival to Cleveland
The date in Cleveland is scheduled for the 17th of September and will see the performances of some big names. Jaden, Mike Dean, Pusha T, Playboy Carti and many more will take part in a special (particularly for Kid Cudi and his city) music show.
The set list, instead, is still a mystery. Surely we’ll hear some success from last album “Man On The Moon III: The Chosen,” such as “Tequila Shots” and “Another Day”. But probably also the new single, “Do What I Want” recently released at the beginning of the month.
“To The Moon” is yet another musical recognition for Kid Cudi. A versatile artist who has already gotten a lot from his music career, as also the two Grammys say. Cudi has been smart and able to get what he wanted not only from music, but also from his film career. “To The Moon” is just the last, in order of time, success of a career started 14 years ago.
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