Where to buy tickets for Jack Harlow’s 2022 tour ‘Come Home the kids miss you’

Days after the release of his second studio album, Come Home the Kids Miss You, Jack Harlow is ready to hit the road for his upcoming 2022 tour.

The American rapper is known for collaborating with Lil Nas X for his 2021 single Industry Baby. The track reached the number one position on the Billboard Hot 100, marking it as Harlow’s first chart-topper.

Jack Harlow will join the Miami City Girls duo for the upcoming tour.

The hip-hop group is recognized for creating viral hits like Act Up, Twerk, and What We Doing. It is made up of Florida natives Yung Miami and JT. The duo took to Instagram to share the exciting news with fans.

Harlow will kick off her 23-date journey in September at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium. It will stop in several cities including Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles and many others before ending the tour at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena.

Here is everything you need to know.

How and where can we book tickets for Jack Harlow’s ‘Come Home the kids miss you’ tour?

Tickets for the Come Home the Kids Miss You tour will open for pre-sale beginning May 1 at 10:00 am PST onwards. Tickets will be available to the general public beginning May 13 at 10:00 am PT.

You can reserve your tickets for the next concert through Ticketmaster.

Jack Harlow’s ‘Come Home the kids miss you’ tour date 2022 supported by City Girls*

September 6- Nashville, TN: Nashville Municipal Auditorium*

September 8 – Irving, TX: The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory*

September 10- Houston, TX: 713 Music Hall*

September 11 – Austin, TX: Moody Center*

September 13- Phoenix, AZ: Federal Theater of Arizona*

September 17- San Diego, CA: Viejas Arena*

September 20 – Inglewood, CA: The KIA Forum*

September 23- Seattle, WA: WAMU Theater*

September 24-Vancouver, BC: Rogers Arena*

September 25 – Portland, OR: Veterans Memorial Coliseum*

September 27 – Salt Lake City, UT: Maverik Center*

September 28- Denver, CO: 1STBANK Center*

September 30 – Minneapolis, MN: The Armory*

October 1- Chicago, IL: Credit Union 1 Arena*

October 2 – Detroit, MI: Fox Theatre*

October 5- Toronto, ON: Coca-Cola Coliseum*

October 8 – Philadelphia, PA: The Liacouras Center *

October 9 – Boston, MA: MGM Music Hall at Fenway

October 11- Washington DC: The Anthem*

October 14 – Miami, FL: PFL Solar Amphitheater at Bayfront Park*

Oct. 15 – Tampa, FL: Yuengling Center*

October 16 – Atlanta, GA: State Farm Arena*

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