Red hot, rising rapper Jack Harlow is having his moment. The pride of Louisville, Kentucky was just spotted suiting up at the Kentucky Derby with his homeboy Drake (Champagne Papi was hilariously intoxicated during an interview) and at the Met Gala, and also lounging on the cover of Rolling Stone.
Perfect timing for the six-foot-three, 24-year-old to hit Houston for his highly anticipated Come Home The Kids Miss You Tour, which supports his star-studded sophomore album of the same name. Featuring collabs with Drake, Justin Timberlake, Pharrell, and Lil Wayne, the new release is a scorcher that has already landed Harlow a No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 charts for the single “First Class.”
The three-time Grammy nominated rapper kicks off his tour in Nashville on September 6, with a Houston stop just a few days later on September 10 at 713 Music Hall. He’ll also hit Irving, Texas on September 8 and Austin on September 11.
Presale tickets for the “Come Home The Kids Miss You Tour” will be available starting at 10 am Wednesday, May 11, while general on-sale will begin at 10 am Friday, May 13. All tickets and additional tour information will be available online.
Boasting two No. 1 singles, 12 RIAA platinum certifications, and over 5 billion career streams to date, Harlow turned heads with his global hit “What’s Poppin” off his platinum debut album, That’s What They All Say in 2020. Since then, Harlow has been a pop culture fixture; he’s even set to star in the reboot of the ’90s basketball comedy, White Men Can’t Jump.
Harlow’s tour will include opening act City Girls, the Florida rap duo.