Tyler, The Creatorhas used his platform in music to expand into several other lanes. While he's most known for his music, he's also dived into working in fashion, television and more. In addition, he also launched his annual "Camp Flog Gnaw" festival which draws some of the hottest artists in the game while bringing a unique vibe for festival goers. It initially launched in 2012 as a single day festival before expanding into two separate days in 2016. As it continues to grow, it looks like Tyler needed to find a new venue to host his annual fest.
Tyler, The Creator has announced 2018's "Camp Flog Gnaw" festival and it looks like he needed a new place to host it. The artist shared the location and date for the event of Twitter earlier today. The rapper has typically hosted the event at Los Angeles' Exposition Park but he's hosting the festival at Dodgers' Stadium this year. "Camp Flog Gnaw" will take place from November 10th to 11th. He's yet to reveal the line up but considering it's expansion, it's definitely going to be as lit as previous years. Pre-sale tickets will be available on May 17th at noon.
Hopefuly, we'll end up getting some new music from Tyler, The Creator before then. He's been dropping off a handful of loose singles including "Rose Tinted Cheeks" which was a demo for Flower Boy.