The rapper and actor announced the dates of his 27-day world tour, “To The Moon,” and his new annual music festival, “Moon Man’s Landing.” The artist has not toured since he took part in a multi-city tour supporting his sixth studio album in 2017.
On his Twitter account last week, the artist announced the festival’s name and the date, “September 17.”
“Cleveland…where we goin?” Kid Cudi tweeted. “The moon.”
The rapper later revealed the artists scheduled to perform at the inaugural festival. Playboi Carti, Haim, Don Toliver, Pusha T, Jaden, 070 Shake, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Mike Dean, Chip Tha Ripper, YSL’s Strick, and D.J. E.V. will all perform at the festival in Cudi’s hometown, Cleveland, Ohio.
When the fans thought that would be the conclusion of Cudi’s giving spirit, he released the days of his world tour, “To The Moon.” The 27-day tour will start on August 16 in Vancouver, Canada, and end on November 22 in Milan, Italy. It will also include performances from Strick, 070 Shake, Don Toliver, and Denzel Curry. In addition, the festival will be an extension of the tour.
With Kid Cudi’s track record, he’ll soon be on the Forbes Billionaire list.