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Lil Tjay Tour: His Return to Arenas with the “Beat the Odds” Series

Lil Tjay rose to prominence with huge hits like Calling My Phone and F.N. He’s returning to touring in the coming months to support his most recent album, 222.

The 25-date tour kicks off with a September 21st date in Pittsburgh. Lil Tjay has appeared as a headliner before, most notably on his “No Escape” tour back in 2019. But no doubt, this is his biggest set of concerts he’s tackling. Chief among all the dates listed is Madison Square Garden on November 22. Given his New York City roots, he’s sure to give a particularly special performance for the hometown crowd.

Along the way, he’ll hit a ton of major markets. Vancouver is first that list October 7th. Then comes Toronto on November 25th, which kicks off a sprint through some of North America’s biggest cities. Boston, DC, Philly and Chicago will be on the schedule in the following week. Finally, Tjay closes out the Beat the Odds tour with a West Coast stand. Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles and San Francisco will play host to the rapper in the first couple weeks of December as he finishes out those 25 shows.

The tour’s name references Tjay’s 2022 single with the same title. Released just days after surviving a shooting, the song now sits as one of his most-streamed and most viewed, proving its namesake right and speaking once again to the persistence that Tjay has exhibited throughout his career.

No openers or supporting acts have been announced for these shows just yet. But given the stacked feature list on 222 itself, with the likes of Polo G, NBA Youngboy, Summer Walker and The Kid Laroi contributing to that album, it seems likely that at least a few of these shows will have surprises in store. Either way, with how Lil Tjay has become one of the faces of hip-hop’s newest generation, the Beat The Odds tour is sure to pack a punch. You can find tickets on LiveNation and his official website.

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