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Lil Tjay Announces Beat The Odds Tour Across North America, Australia and New Zealand

Lil Tjay has announced his global 2023 Beat The Odds Tour across North America, Australia and New Zealand this fall in support of his latest album 222.

Dropped on July 14th, ‘222’ has features from YoungBoy NBA, Polo G, Summer Walker, The Kid Laroi, Jadakiss, Fivio Foreign, Non Native, P2J and more handled the album’s production.

The long-awaited release comes after a pivotal moment in Lil Tjay’s life as he survived a traumatic shooting in June of last year. ‘222’ embodies his journey while pushing the boundaries of vulnerability, storytelling, and skill in the realm of hip-hop. The artist already talked about his hard journey in an interview with HOT 97’s Ebro In The Morning admitting he tries to stay away from his hometown as much as possible. “To be real with you, I try my hardest to stay out of NY” – Lil Tjay said – “I feel like a lot of negative things happen in my life when I’m in New York”.

The 22-date tour kicks off on Thursday, September 21 in Pittsburgh, PA at UPMC Event Center, with stops in Auckland, NZ, Sydney, AU, Toronto, ON, Chicago, IL, Los Angeles, CA and more before wrapping up on Friday, December 15 in San Francisco, CA at The Midway.

Tickets both for North American dates and Australia / New Zealand are already available on 


9/21 — Pittsburgh, PA — UPMC Event Center

9/23 — Bridgeport, CT — Total Mortgage Arena 

9/30 — Halifax, NS — Scotiabank Centre

10/02 — Ottawa, ON — The Arena @ TD Place

10/03 — London, ON — Budweiser Gardens

10/05 — Saskatoon, SK — Sasktel Centre

10/07 — Vancouver, BC — Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre

10/13 — Auckland, NZ — Spark Arena

10/17 — Sydney, AU — Hordern Pavillion

10/20 — Melbourne, AU — Festival Hall

10/21 — Brisbane, AU — The Fortitude Music Hall

11/22 — New York, NY — The Theater at Madison Square Garden

11/24 — Toronto, ON  — Coca-Cola Coliseum

11/25 — Boston, MA — MGM Music Hall at Fenway

11/30 — Washington, DC — Echostage

12/01 — Philadelphia, PA — The Met Philadelphia

12/02 — Chicago, IL — Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom 

12/03 — Madison, WI — The Sylvee

12/07 — Portland, OR — Veterans Memorial Coliseum

12/09 — Seattle, WA — WAMU Theater

12/14 — Los Angeles, CA — Hollywood Palladium

12/15 — San Francisco, CA — The Midway

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