Rich Chigga is coming to a city near you.
Rich Chigga, the young Indonesian rapper known for his viral single "Dat $tick" has had a pretty incredible come-up thusfar. With the strength of the one single, he garnered the attention of the world and didn't take it for granted. While pushing the song, it had got the approval of some of hip hop's most revered artists. On top of that, it also helped him gain a slot at Miami's Rolling Loud festival for his first American show ever as well as selling out shows in the U.S. earlier this summer. Today, he dropped his new video for "Glow Like Dat." While that should hold over fans before his debut album comes, he is also announcing his "Come To My Party" tour.
The "Come To My Party" tour is his first headlining tour. Over the course of 28 dates, Rich Chigga will find himself touring across North America. On October 8th, he starts things off in San Francisco before ending the tour in Los Angeles on November 21st. He will also be playing in Toronto on November 9th, which serves as his only Canadian date on the tour. Rich Chigga will also be performing on September 9th at the Day N Night Festival alongside some big names such as Chance the Rapper, Post Malone, Lil Uzi Vert and more.
It's definitely a huge step forward for the Jakarta-native. His music has been bubbling all through the internet since "Dat $tick" and furthered the buzz as he worked with Ghostface Killah on the remix for the song as well as working with the likes of Diplo, XXXTentacion and more.
Tickets go on sale on Friday. Check the dates and flyer below.
"Come To My Party" tour dates:
Sep 9 – Anaheim @ Day N Night Festival
Oct 8 – San Francisco @ Social Hall
Oct 11 – Santa Cruz @ Catalyst
Oct 12 – San Diego @ BASSMNT
Oct 14 – Albuquerque @ Sunshine
Oct 17 – Dallas @ Trees
Oct 19 – Austin @ Vulcan
Oct 20 – San Antonio @ Paper Tiger
Oct 21 – Houston @ Warehouse Live
Oct 24 – Tampa @ Orpheum
Oct 25 – Orlando @ Venue 578
Oct 26 – Miami @ Heart
Oct 28 – New Orleans, Voo Doo Festival
Oct 30 – Atlanta @ The Loft
Oct 31 – Jacksonville @ Hooligans Music Hall
Nov 1 – Washington DC @ Howard Theatre
Nov 3 – Boston @ Middle East
Nov 4 – Philadelphia @ TLA
Nov 5 – New York @ Irving Plaza
Nov 6 – Long Island @ Paramount
Nov 8 – Cleveland @ Grog Shop
Nov 9 – Toronto @ Opera House
Nov 11 – Chicago @ Bottom Lounge
Nov 12 – Minneapolis @ Fine Line
Nov 14 – Denver @ Gothic Theatre
Nov 16 – Salt Lake City @ Complex
Nov 19 – Phoenix @ Gold Rush Festival
Nov 21 – Los Angeles @ Fonda