More Tour Dates In Tyler’s Future

Tyler, The Creator will continue parading his brazen, controversial style around the U.S. with seven additional dates.

The new shows are set for late August and early September and include three festival performances at Afro-punkBumbershoot, and Riot Fest.

In addition to the musical performances, Tyler has a fashion show scheduled for June 11 with his clothing line Golf Wang.

Tyler is the leader of the musical collective Odd Future which has included Earl Sweatshirt and Frank Ocean. He also maintains a subscription-based media service called Golf Media.

Despite Tyler’s prolific reach into multiple fields of business, he is a polarizing figure and was banned from performing in the U.K. and Australia last year. A few controversies surrounding Tyler include his creating what some have called “the most racist commercial in history” for Mountain Dew, and his violently misogynistic lyrics which deal with subjects like rape, kidnapping and murder.

Here is the full routing for Tyler, with new dates in bold:

June 3 — Kansas City, Mo., Arvest Bank Theatre At The Midland
June 4 — Clive, Iowa, Seven Flags Event Center
June 5 — Omaha, NE, Sokol Auditorium / Underground
June 7 — Minneapolis, Minn., First Avenue
June 10 — Manchester, Tenn., Great Stage Park (Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival)
July 2 — Tilburg, Netherlands, Spoorzone (Woo Hah! Festival)
July 3 — Frankfurt, Germany, Gibson
July 5 — Vienna, Austria, Festivalpark Marx Halle
July 6 — Prague, Czech Republic, Lucerna Music Bar
July 7 — Zamardi, Hungary, Festival Grounds (Balaton Sound)
July 9 — Roeser, Luxembourg, Festival Grounds (Rock-A-Field Festival)
July 10 — Liege, Belgium, Parc Astrid Of Coronmeuse (Les Ardentes Festival)
July 12 — Milan, Italy, Carroponte
July 13 — Rome, Italy, Villa Ada
July 15 — Dublin, Ireland, Marlay Park (Longitude)
Aug. 25 — Worcester, Mass., TBA
Aug. 26 — Clifton Park, N.Y., Upstate Concert Hall
Aug. 27 — Brooklyn, N.Y., (Commodore Barry Park) Afropunk Festival
Aug. 28 — Pittsburgh, Penn., Stage AE
Sept. 2 — Seattle, Wash., Seattle Center (Bumbershoot Festival)
Sept. 3 — Salt Lake City, Utah, TBA
Sept. 4 — Chicago, Ill., Douglas Park (Riot Fest)         

Tickets to the festivals, and the Clifton Park and Pittsburgh shows are on sale now, but the venues for Worcester and Salt Lake City have not been confirmed yet. Check with Odd Future’s website, along with Tyler’s Facebook and Twitter pages for more info.