LARRY JUNE and POST MALONE Ready to Hit the Road


unnamed (10)YEEHEEEE! San Francisco rapper Larry June will hit the road with Post Malone for a Fall North American tour presented by Monster Outbreak. The tour kicks off on September 14th in San Diego. Please see below for all tour dates.

Ticket presales for the tour begin today, August 8th at 11am PST. Head over to with the password HOLLYWOOD for the presale. General public on-sale is August 12th.

June is featured on Malone’s track “Never Understand.” Listen HERE.

June is touring in support of his summer EP Larry, released June 17th, and new mixtape Orange Season, which was released last week on August 5th. The six-song set, produced entirely by Cookin’ Soul, showcases Larry June’s ability to create a more smooth and laidback sound than his most recent high-energy projects. In June’s words, it’s “real player sh*t.”

The mixtape includes features from Zacari, Chuck Inglish, and his long-time Bay Area friend G-Eazy. “3rd Girl,” featuring G-Eazy and Zacari, was premiered in late July.

In addition to the Orange Season mixtape, Larry June also dropped a game app of the same name in collaboration with Rick Pasco and Cookin’ Soul. Get some Orange Power by downloading the app on your iPhone or iPad HERE.

Finally, retailer Diamond Supply Co. and Larry June have created limited-edition Larry June t-shirts to help celebrate the second anniversary of its San Francisco store. Diamond Supply hosted a meet & greet with June this past Saturday, August 6th at the store. The shirts are available only at Diamond SF: 1560 Haight St. San Francisco, CA, 94117.

Larry June’s upcoming tour dates with Post Malone are as follows:
09/14  San Diego, CA         Observatory
09/16  Phoenix, AZ               Marquee
09/17  Albuquerque, NM    The Co-Op
09/18  Denver, CO               The Ogden
09/20  Austin, TX                  Emo’s
09/21  Dallas, TX                 House of Blues
09/22  San Antonio, TX       Aztec Theatre
09/23  Houston, TX              House of Blues
09/24  New Orleans, LA     Republic
09/26  Atlanta, GA                Masquerade
09/27  Charlotte, NC           The Fillmore
09/28  Raleigh, NC              The Ritz
09/29  Richmond, VA          The NorVa
09/30  Norfolk, VA                The National
10/03  Montreal, QC             Metropolis
10/06  Cleveland, OH          House of Blues
10/07  Washington, DC      The Fillmore
10/08  Baltimore, MD          Soundstage
10/09  Philadelphia, PA      The Theatre of Living Arts
10/10  New York, NY           Webster Hall (The Studio)
10/11  New Haven, CT        Toad’s Place
10/12  Pawtucket, RI           The Met
10/13  Boston, MA                House of Blues
10/14  Syracuse, NY           Funk N Waffles University
10/15  Pittsburgh, PA          Diesel
10/16  Columbus, OH         The Bluestone
10/17  Oxford, OH                Brick Street
10/18  Detroit, MI                  St. Andrews
10/20  Indianapolis, IN        Egyptian Room
10/21  Chicago, IL               Concord Music Hall
10/22  Madison, WI              The Orpheum
10/23  Minneapolis, MN      First Avenue
10/26  Saskatoon, SK         O’Brians
10/27  Edmonton, AB          Union Hall
10/28  Calgary, AB               Macewan Ballroom
10/30  Vancouver, BC         The Vogue
10/31  Seattle, WA               The Showbox
11/01  Portland, OR             Roseland Theatre
11/03  Sacramento, CA       Ace of Spades
11/04  San Francisco, CA   The Regency
11/07  Orange County, CA  The Observatory
11/09  Los Angeles, CA       The Wiltern

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