Childish Gambino Comes Out To Play

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Donald Glover is once again taking on the moniker of Childish Gambino for a North American arena tour throughout September, with special guest Rae Sremmurd coming along for the ride.

The routing is set to start Sept. 6 in Duluth, Ga’s Infinite Energy Arena and runs more than three weeks, closing Sept. 30 in Vancouver, British Columbia’s Rogers Arena. Other venues on the menu include Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Madison Square Garden Arena in New York, Forum in Inglewood, Calif., and KeyArena in Seattle.

American Express cardholders get a presale March 6. Tickets go on sale to the general public March 9.

Childish Gambino will also be bringing back his live event titled “Pharos” in New Zealand, Nov. 23-25. The original Pharos Experience was held in Joshua Tree, California in September 2016, featuring the music of his Grammy-nominated Awaken, My Love! Album.

In the last year few years Childish Gambino has mostly stuck to festivals and the last major headline tour we have records for is from 2014, when he was mostly in theatres, clubs and amphitheatres.

Glover said at Governors Ball in 2017 that he was planning to retire the Childish Gambino name after his next album, though that doesn’t necessarily mean he will stop producing music. The multi-talented Glover has also made a name for himself as an actor, writer and comedian, so even if Childish Gambino goes away, we are still likely to see lots of Donald Glover for a long time.

For all the latest Childish Gambino tour data head over to his Pollstar artist page.