The Kid Laroi sells out first-ever global headlining tour

Superstar kicked off North American leg in Minneapolis

The Kid Laroi has sold out his first-ever global headline tour. The End of the World Tour kicked off in his hometown of Sydney, Australia on May 26th, and has since sold more than 200,000 tickets and completely sold out the North American leg in less than four minutes of on-sale. Laroi headlined arenas in Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne & Brisbane – with over 86,000 tickets sold in Australia alone. He then took to stages across Europe, which included stops in Copenhagen, Zurich, and Paris, among others as well as two nights at London’s Brixton Academy. This week, the global superstar kicked off the North American leg with a sold out show in Minneapolis, MN. Laroi delivered an electrifying performance of his greatest hits, including his latest smash single “Thousand Miles,” which debuted at No. 15 on the Billboard Hot 100 and amassed an impressive 35M+ worldwide streams to date.

The sold out run continues tonight (Thurs, Aug 4th) at the Eagles Ballroom in Milwaukee, WI and will continue to hit major cities across the country, including back-to-back nights at NYC’s famed Hammerstein Ballroom.

In other touring news, Laroi has delivered critically acclaimed performances across the music festival circuit this year, appearing at London’s Wireless Festival, Montreal’s Osheaga Festival, and Chicago’s Lollapalooza, among others. He can next be seen making stops at Firefly Music Festival, the inaugural Nickelodeon Festival, NickFest, Singapore’s Formula 1, Japan’s Wired Music Festival and more.

Additionally, he’s partnered with McDonald’s to launch his own custom McDonald’s meal as part of the restaurant’s “Famous Orders” series. To coincide with his Australian tour kick-off, he surprised fans at his hometown McDonald’s in Waterloo on May 23rd, when the meal launched in McDonald’s stores. This marks the brand’s first-ever Famous Orders collaboration to launch outside of the US.

Buddy Iahn
Buddy Iahn

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