Speaking to overwhelming fan demand and pandemonium coast to coast, Lil Pump launched his North American headline tour with a sold out show at The Novo in Los Angeles, CA. It was the ultimate way to spend Halloween and perfect kick-off to the jaunt, which hits major cities everywhere over the course of the next month. 

See the full itinerary below and get tickets HERE as shows are selling out fast!

Lil Pump has quickly become the most explosive new artist of 2017. The South Florida superstar's impact can be felt far and wide. Following the release of his self-titled debut, Lil Pump, he skyrocketed to #1 on the Billboard Emerging Artists Chart, while the album bowed at #3 on the Billboard Top 200 and stood out as the #1 streaming album first-week. So far, he has generated a staggering 600 million-plus streams and counting and over 260 million YouTube views. 

A cultural force, Forbes recently profiled him in an extensive piece appropriately entitled, "Once A Soundcloud Sensation, Lil Pump Proves To Be A Hot 100 Contender." Among its 15 bright, bold, and buoyant bangers, Lil Pump notably boasts five tracks that cracked 20 million on Spotify-"Gucci Gang" (70 million), "Flex Like Ouu" (52.4 million), "Boss" (39 million), "D Rose" (34.8 million), and "Molly" (23 million).

As Lil Pump continues his ascent at lightspeed, "Gucci Gang" leapt to #14 on the  Billboard Hot 100, making a 13-spot hop from last week and tying Camila Cabello's "Havana" for "Biggest Chart Jump Inside of the Top 50." "Gucci Gang" also holds #2 on the US Spotify Chart and #12 on the Global Chart. Just last week, he premiered the raging music video for the rising smash. In under seven days, it already amassed over 40 million YouTube views and counting. In the larger-than-life climactic clip, Pump lords over "Gucci Gang High" with a tiger at his side. High SnobietyXXLComplex,  The Boombox, and more have already featured the video. 

Lil Pump remains the undisputed biggest breakout of 2017!



10/31                Los Angeles, CA                       The Novo

11/19                Phoenix, AZ                              Goldrush AZ Festival

11/21                Dallas, TX                                 South Side Music Hall

11/22                San Antonio, TX                        Alamo City Music Hall

11/24                Austin, TX                                 Emo's

11/25                Houston, TX                              Warehouse Live - Ballroom

11/28                Miami, FL                                 The Hangar

11/29                Orlando, FL                              The Beacham

11/30                Tampa, FL                                The Ritz

12/2                  Atlanta, GA                               Masquerade

12/3                  Charlotte, NC                            Fillmore Charlotte

12/5                  Silver Springs, MD                    The Fillmore Silver Spring

12/6                  Philadelphia, PA                       TLA

12/8                  Providence, RI                          The Strand

12/9                  Worcester, MA                          The Palladium

12/10                Reading, PA                              Reverb

12/11                Wallingford, CT                         The Dome at Oakdale

12/12                New York, NY                           Playstation Theater

12/13                Buffalo, NY                               Town Ballroom

12/15                Cleveland, OH                          Agora Theatre

12/16                Detroit, MI                                 Majestic Theatre

12/17                San Bernardino, CA                  Rolling Loud So Cal

12/18                Minneapolis, MN                       First Avenue

12/19                Milwaukee, WI                          The Rave

12/21                Las Vegas, NV                          Brooklyn Bowl

12/22                Santa Ana, CA                          The Observatory

12/23                San Diego, CA                          The Observatory North Park