Announcement of Childish Gambino’s 2024 Tour Dates

Childish Gambino’s New World Tour: A Global Adventure Through Collaborations and Talent

Childish Gambino, the multi-talented artist, has announced his plans for a global tour to accompany the release of his Atavista (3.15.20 reimagined versions) project. The tour, titled The New World Tour, is set to kick off in Oklahoma City on August 11 and will feature Willow and Amaarae as openers. This marks Gambino’s first tour since 2018 and is highly anticipated by fans.

The tour promises to be an exciting event for fans of the talented artist as it will cover various cities across North America, Australia, and Europe. Gambino will perform in major U.S. markets such as Detroit, Philly, Boston, Brooklyn, and more before venturing to international destinations such as Italy, France, Germany, and the U.K.

Atavista is an updated collection of Gambino’s previous 3.15.20 project that features collaborations with artists like Ariana Grande, 21 Savage, Summer Walker, and Young Nudy. The project was released as the world was grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020.

Gambino is not slowing down as he is also preparing to release a second album this summer. This album will serve as the soundtrack to his upcoming movie, Bando Stone & The New World.

Gambino’s dedication to his fans is evident as he expressed his gratitude for their patience and support during a recent radio stream. The tour promises to be a memorable experience for fans of the talented artist who have been eagerly waiting for this moment.

In summary, Childish Gambino’s upcoming global tour promises to be an exciting event that will showcase his talent and connect him with his fans across the globe. With collaborations from top artists like Ariana Grande and others on Atavista (3.15.20 reimagined versions), fans can expect an unforgettable experience when they attend one of these shows.

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