Tyler, The Creator’s 32-city arena tour — which roared across North America between February 8 and April 8 with support from Vince Staples, Kali Uchis and Teezo Touchdown — sold a total of 389,000 tickets.
The biggest night on the trek was the March 31 show at the Crypto.com Arena in his hometown of Los Angeles, which banked $1.6 million from 14,757 ticket sales. Tyler was also a big hit on the East Coast, earning $2.9 million from his back-to-back dates at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on March 13-14.
All told, Tyler averaged $1.02 million and 12,155 tickets a show, more than double his 2019 IGOR Tour, which evened out at $442,000 and 7,786 tickets per night.
The Call Me If You Get Lost Tour came in support of Tyler, The Creator‘s 2021 album of the same name, which made a huge impact itself. The project debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 after earning 169,000 album-equivalent units in its opening week, Tyler’s highest first-week tally and second chart-topper.
Call Me If You Get Lost is set to return to the top of the Billboard 200 next week, boosting Tyler’s bank balance even further. According to HITSDailyDouble, the album is on pace to sell an additional 59,000 copies this week, powered by its recent vinyl release.