December 08, 2022

Online Frenzy for Jack Harlow’s “No Place Like Home Tour”

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This past Wednesday, it was an online frenzy as Jack Harlow fans rushed to get presale tickets for his latest tour coming up. The rapper hailing from Louisville, put out an announcement on Tuesday that he has something special planned for the hometown.

At the end of his Crème de la Crème tour, he’s performing five consecutive concerts at different venues in Louisville. The shows are a part of his No Place Like Home tour where he is paying tribute to the city where he came from.

The presale went live last Wednesday at 10 a.m., and virtual ticket lines were full within minutes. They haven’t announced tickets are gone, and still say on social media that general admission starts on the 22nd. So there is still a chance to not miss one of the biggest shows of 2021.

But for now, Jack Harlow is plenty busy currently touring across 3 countries and has 31 upcoming concerts.

Their next tour date is at Marathon Music Works in Nashville, after that they’ll be at Citifield in New York. Unfortunately a majority of tickets on all his stops are sold out, but to see when he is coming to a city near you look HERE.

Jack Harlow Becoming A Household Name

This is just the tip of the iceberg for one of the biggest up-and-coming rap stars out now. After releasing his debut studio album in December of 2020, Jack’s been making noise all 2021.

That’s What They All Say is the 15-track debut album that solidified his ability to be the next big star in rap.The 22-year-old lays his soul on every track, which include the hits that put him on the mainstream map, “What’s Poppin” and “Tyler Herro”.

Since then, he has been blowing-up across the internet with features and even collaborated with Lil Nas X. The two of them also have a new song out that is climbing the charts called “Industry Baby.”

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