Tyler, The Creator Bringing ‘Call Me If You Get Lost’ L.A. Concert To Amazon Prime Video


Los Angeles, CA – Tyler, The Creator is set to perform at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles on Thursday (March 31) as part of his Call Me If You Get Lost Tour. But for those who can’t make it, the entire show will live-streamed for free on Amazon Prime Video and will also be available on Amazon Music’s Twitch channel and the Amazon Music app.

“Tyler, The Creator infuses culture with his bold talent and first-rate artistry,” said Amazon Studios’ head of talent synergy and specials, Alaina Bartels. “He is a true phenomenon who effortlessly pushes creative boundaries with his music and storytelling, and we can’t wait to give his fans a front-row seat to this memorable concert.”

She added, “This livestream event showcases how Prime Video and Amazon Music continue to be destinations where artists can bring their big ideas and content dreams to make them a reality, with support across multiple Amazon businesses.”

The livestream is scheduled to begin at 7:50 p.m. PDT and will also show sets from supporting acts Kali Uchis, Vince Staples and Teezo Touchdown. When the event finishes, the whole concert will be available to watch on-demand.

“Tyler, The Creator is such an important artist, and we can’t wait to bring his show into the homes of music fans around the globe,” said Amazon Music’s head of Hip Hop and R&B, Tim Hinshaw. “Tyler has gone above and beyond with this tour, constructing elaborate stadium-sized productions for his music, and we can’t wait for our customers to experience the full spectacle of this show with this livestream.”

The 34-date Call Me If You Get Lost Tour kicked off on February 10. Following his L.A. performance, Tyler, The Creator will be heading to Oakland, Sacramento, Portland and Vancouver, before closing the tour in Seattle on April 8.