This will be the "first and only" time these particular items are sold outside of shows.
Eminem will release some exclusive tour merch online this Friday, according to an Instagram post from the rapper shared Wednesday. According to the rapper, the "remaining quantities" of merchandise from his tour will be made for the "first and only" time online this week, so if you didn't make it to a show and are looking for some memorabilia from the tour, this is likely your only chance before resorting to Ebay. In order to guarantee yourself a spot in the digital line, you'll have to sign up for an email list on the rapper's site.
Eminem wrapped up a European tour in July. He is expected to tour the U.S. for his first time in four years in the near future, but he has yet to announce any official dates. The report came from Cara Lewis, a highly reputable agent in hip-hop, who in December stated, "Eminem will be touring next year on select dates, his first U.S. performances since 2014."
In December 2017, Eminem released Revival, his ninth studio album. The LP became his eighth consecutive album to debut at No. 1. While it moved an impressive 267,000 equivalent album units in its first week, it was a considerable commercial dip from 2013's The Marshall Mathers LP 2, which moved 792,000 in pure sales upon launch.