Last updated on February 24th, 2022 at 12:37 pm
When I first heard that Tyler The Creator was going to be passing through Minneapolis on his “Call Me If You Get Lost” tour, I along with around 10,000 other fans went to immediately look at tickets. It was so surreal to walk into such a big venue as the Target Center and see it so full of fans from all different walks of life to see Tyler The Creator.
The evening began with Teezo Touchdown opening up first, fans were just starting to arrive at the venue as his set began. He made it a mission to engage with the crowd and start the process of hyping everybody up for the following acts.
Vince Staples was up next and you could tell right off the bat that he was excited to be back on stage and performing. His set was on Stage B which was much closer to the fans than the main stage. Vince performed for around 45 minutes and sang notable songs, “Norf Norf”, “745”, and “Big Fish”
Kali Uchis followed Vince’s set and she came to put on a show! Her set involved an entire choreographed routine with backup dancers. Kali is well known for songs that gained popularity on TikTok; “Dead to Me”, and “Telepatia” were both performed last night.
Tyler, The Creator
Tyler had one of the coolest intro’s I have ever seen. While fans watched the screen on the stage play a short video, the music to his “SIR BAUDELAIRE” started playing and Tyler arose from the stage in a Rolls Royce and began his hour and a half set.
Nearing the middle of his performance, Tyler began making a change to move to stage B as well. However, he didn’t just sprint there and walk up the stairs. Instead, he rode in a boat with hydraulics that was moving slowly along a set of tracks; all whilst performing his song “WusYaName”
Tyler’s entire set was filled with so much energy that has poured into his music during his time in quarantine and you could tell it really resonated with the crowd. He went along to play other songs such as “Corso”, “Lemonhead”, “New Magic Wand” and many more.
In conclusion, this lineup was such an energetic show to be at, calling it a show feels undeserving because it truly was a performance from every artist that touched the stage last night. It was a show to remember from choreography to moving set parts along with pyrotechnics and crowd interaction.
If you want to catch Tyler, The Creator you’re in luck! Tyler will be continuing this tour across North America as well as going outside of the country for 45 more shows.