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JACK HARLOW ANNOUNCES “NO PLACE LIKE HOME” ARENA SHOW AT LOUISVILLE’S KFC YUM! CENTER ON DECEMBER 18

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ARTIST PRE-SALE BEGINS OCTOBER 20 AT 10AM EST
GENERAL ON-SALE BEGINS OCTOBER 21 AT 10AM EST

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3X GRAMMY-nominated rap superstar Jack Harlow has announced plans to return home to Louisville, KY for the 2nd annual, “No Place Like Home” show, taking place on December 18 at Louisville’s KFC Yum! Center, produced by Live Nation and Production Simple. Harlow’s long-awaited return to Louisville follows last year’s “No Place Like Home” debut, which saw the rap superstar performing 5 unforgettable shows at 5 iconic venues.

Artist presale begins on Thursday, October 20 at 10am EST.
Fans can sign-up for exclusive artist presale access HERE.

Tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday, October 21 at 10am EST at https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/16005D4EBAC960FF.

The announcement of this year’s “No Place Like Home” show comes days after Harlow wrapped his North American ‘Come Home The Kids Miss You Tour’ on Sunday, October 16 at Atlanta, GA’s State Farm Arena. With over 200,000 tickets sold, the ‘Come Home The Kids Miss You Tour’ became the most attended tour of Harlow’s career, to date. The 26-date tour – named after and in support of his sophomore album released in May – saw Harlow selling out iconic arenas nationwide including Los Angeles’ The Forum and Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.

Harlow – who TIME Magazine named to their TIME100 Next list of next generation leaders – was announced as both host and musical guest for the October 29 episode of Saturday Night Live, marking his hosting debut and second time as musical guest.

This is just the latest milestone in an already blockbuster year for the rapper, which also included gracing the cover of Rolling Stone, celebrating his first solo Hot 100 #1, topping charts of nearly every radio format, co-hosting and performing at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards, co-hosting The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and so much more.