Run The Jewels Add More Dates With Danny Brown to Run The World Tour
Run The Jewels fans who were unable to catch them live this year have been given new hope. The duo just announced a string of new dates in Europe with Danny Brown as well as the states with Denzel Curry and Cuz Lightyear.
They've already had four sold out shows at New York's Terminal 5 and have hit several festivals (Primavera, Field Day, Parklife, Rolling Loud, Fortress) this year. Their last tour, which lasted from January through February, was mostly in support of their last album Run The Jewels 3. And now with their Danger Mouse track with Big Boi, we can't imagine how wild each upcoming show is going to be.
Run The Jewels recently won A2IM Libera Awards (Rap/Hip Hop Album of the Year & Video of the Year for "Nobody Speak" featuring DJ Shadow). Their music was also included in the latest Black Panther trailer and they've been nominated for multiple Cannes Lions for their work on Gears of War 4.
Tickets go on sale June 16. This might be one of the final chances to see them live before they "get weird and do something else," as El-P said in a recent interview with XXL. You can check out the tour poster below as well as their full tour schedule.
See the new dates El and Mike added in bold below.
Run The Jewels' Run The World Tour Dates
June 16 - Hilvarenbeek, NL - Best Kept Secret Festival
June 24 - Pilton, UK - Glastonbury Festival (Pyramid Stage, 4.15pm)
July 14 - Louisville, Ky. - Forecastle Festival
July 15-16 - Birmingham, Ala. - Sloss Music & Arts Festival
July 21-23 - Capitol Hill Block Party - Seattle, Wash.
July 22 - San Francisco, Calif. - Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
July 23 - Los Angeles, Calif. - FYF Fest
July 29 - Detroit, Mich. - Mo Pop Festival
Aug. 4 - Chicago, Ill. - Lollapalooza
Aug. 4-6 - Montreal, Quebec - Osheaga Festival
Aug. 11-13 - Somerset, Wis. - Summer Set Music Festival
Aug. 12-13 - Baltimore Md. - Moonrise Festival
Aug. 19 - Omaha, Nebr. - Maha Music Festival
Aug. 24 - Glasgow - Bellahouston Park (w/ Danny Brown & Eminem)
Sept. 2-3 - Philadelphia, Pa. - Made In America Festival
Sept. 7-10 - Raleigh, N.C. - Hopscotch Music Festival
Sept. 9-10 - St. Louis, Mo. - LouFest
Sept. 15 - New York, N.Y. - Meadows Music & Arts Festival
Oct. 6-8 - Austin, Texas - Austin City Limits Festival
Oct. 10 - Knoxville, Tenn. - Mill & Mine*
Oct. 11 - Asheville, N.C. - The Orange Peel*
Oct. 13 - New Orleans, La. - The Joy Theatre*
Oct. 13-15 - Austin, Texas - Austin City Limits Festival
Oct. 18 - Oklahoma, Okla. - Diamond Ballroom*
Oct. 20 - Las Vegas, Nev. - Brooklyn Bowl*
Oct. 20-22 - Phoenix, Ariz. - Lost Lake Festival
Oct. 21 - Sacramento, Calif. - Monster Energy Aftershock Festival
Oct. 31 -Stockholm, SE - Annexet**
Nov. 2 -Copenhagen, DK - Tap 1**
Nov. 4 - Paris - Pitchfork Festival
Nov. 6 - Brussels, BE - AB Hall**
Nov. 7 - Amsterdam, NL - AFAS Live**
Nov. 9 - Manchester, UK - Victoria Warehouse**
Nov. 11 - London, UK - O2 Brixton Academy**
Nov. 14 - Birmingham, UK - O2 Academy 1**
Nov. 16 - Glasgow, UK - O2 Academy 1**
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