|Thu 03 Sep, 2015||CANCELLED | The Tivoli, Brisbane - All Ages|
|Sat 05 Sep, 2015||CANCELLED | Big Top Luna Park, Sydney - All Ages|
|Sun 06 Sep, 2015||CANCELLED | Forum Theatre, Melbourne - 18+|
|Tue 08 Sep, 2015||CANCELLED | Capitol, Perth - 18+|
Tyler, The Creator
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28 Jul 2015
TYLER, THE CREATOR | With respect to media reports that Tyler the Creator’s visa has been refused, Frontier would like to advise that this is not the case.Jul 28, 2015
With respect to media reports that Tyler the Creator’s visa has been refused, Frontier would like to advise that this is not the case.
The department for immigration has raised issues with the visa application but it has not been refused and Frontier will update ticket holders as soon as more information comes to hand.
15 May 2015
TYLER, THE CREATOR announces Australian leg of Cherry Bomb World TourMay 15, 2015
Frontier Touring are thrilled to announce that indie hip hop heavyweight and member of the Odd Future family Tyler, The Creator will be returning for the Australian leg of his Cherry Bomb World Tour this September.
Hip hop prodigy Tyler, The Creator released his first album Bastard in 2009 at just 19 years old. Debuting to critical acclaim, the album was featured in Pitchfork’s top 50 albums of the year and was ranked #38 in Complex Magazine’s 50 Best Rapper Mixtapes.
Continuing to make waves in 2011, and backed by the now massive hip hop collective Odd Future, Tyler released sophomore album Goblin (XL Recordings) to critical acclaim.
‘Goblin is one Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy’ – Entertainment Weekly
'Honest, witty, smart, simultaneously poetic and conversational’ – LA Times
At the helm of Odd Future, Tyler has collaborated and toured with other members of the group including Frank Ocean and Earl Sweatshirt. In 2013, Frontier welcomed both Tyler, The Creator and Earl Sweatshirt to Australian shores for their much anticipated Earlwolf tour, described by AAA Backstage as ‘flawless’.
Equally as strong was Tyler’s third album Wolf (out now through Sony Music), which debuted in the Top 20 of the ARIA Album Chart and sold over 230,000 copies worldwide. The album solidified Tyler’s staying power, tackling the same confronting themes with the unique rapping style that he is now famous for.
‘The beats have improved – Tyler's devilish gurgle drizzled like honey over bright jazz-funk keys’ – NME
‘The album is revealing and never not entertaining, Tyler has given us yet another great album with a fervent depiction of just why he is so angry, why he wants to grab rap and choke the life out of it, and why Odd Future are still one of the most exciting movements in music.’ – The AU Review
2015 has already been a huge year for Tyler. Since the digital release of self-produced fourth studio album Cherry Bomb earlier this month, reviews have flooded the internet. Debuting at #13, Cherry Bomb has been his most successful album in Australia yet.
Featuring the likes of Kanye West, Lil Wayne and Pharrell Williams, the album is packed full of modern, chaotic beats which frame Tyler’s explosive lyricism and raw emotion. Physical copies of the album were released on April 28, with five alternative album covers to choose from.
Earlier this month Tyler released a video for combined tracks ‘F**cking Young,’ and ‘Death Camp,’ taken from Cherry Bomb. Released on April 9, the video is already sitting at close to 2.4 million views on Youtube.
‘Cherry Bomb might be the tightest, leanest Tyler album yet’ 8/10 – NME
‘It has a few sudden bursts of breathtaking and strange beauty’ – Stereogum
‘Cherry Bomb is his greatest achievement thus far, solidifying his place in the game’ - XXL
Tracks from Cherry Bomb were debuted at his hugely reported on Coachella set. Performing both new tracks and old favourites, Tyler was a real crowd pleaser.
‘He was hands down the most charismatic front man of the day.’ – LA Weekly
‘Always a dynamic and plausible live performer’ – The Guardian
Kicking off a worldwide tour in celebration of Cherry Bomb, Tyler will play dates in Europe, England and the U.S. before stopping off in Australia to play shows in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.
Controversial and prolific, there’s a reason why Tyler, The Creator is one of the most talked about names in hip hop right now, don’t miss your opportunity to see him live.
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AUSTRALIAN LEG OF CHERRY BOMB WORLD TOUR CANCELLED
Frontier Touring regret to announce the cancellation of the Australian leg of Tyler, The Creator’s Cherry Bomb World Tour which was scheduled to begin next month.
"We would much rather come to Australia when it isn't surrounded in controversy. I love my fans there and hopefully I'll be back soon. Don't do drugs." – Tyler, The Creator
Frontier Touring sincerely apologises to all those affected by this cancellation. Existing ticketholders are entitled to a refund and should note the details for their relevant show below:
TICKETMASTER: Brisbane, Melbourne & Sydney
All fans who purchased Tyler, The Creator tickets through the official ticketing agency, Ticketmaster, will receive a refund. Refunds will be available from 12pm AEST Monday 10th August.
BIG TOP LUNA PARK BOX OFFICE: Sydney
If you purchased tickets directly from the venue for Tyler, the Creator at Big Top Sydney Luna Park you will receive a refund automatically to the credit card used in the transaction. Contact our box office on 1300 BIG TOP if you have any concerns.
Ticket purchasers will be automatically refunded to their credit card from 12pm AEST Monday 10th August. Refunds may take 7 to 10 days to process.
If you purchased tickets through an Oztix retail outlet you must return to the place of purchase to obtain your refund.
Thursday 3 September | The Tivoli, Brisbane | CANCELLED
Saturday 5 September | Big Top Luna Park, Sydney | CANCELLED
Sunday 6 September | Forum Theatre, Melbourne | CANCELLED
Tuesday 8 September | The Capitol, Perth | CANCELLED