Tyler shared the news via Twitter on Wednesday (May 31), confirming that Camp Flog Gnaw will return to Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles for a two-day event through the weekend of November 11 and November 12.
Pre-sale tickets are set to go live on Friday (June 2) at 3 p.m. ET. Two-day general admission passes start at $335 plus fees, VIP passes cost $595 plus fees and the super VIP package will be on sale for $1,495 plus fees.
The super VIP package includes “1 VIP wristband with a dedicated entry lane, exclusive food and shaded/seating areas, access to the exclusive Super VIP Clubhouse, a viewing area at multiple stages, and a Super VIP merch package including a custom SE 29-inch Big Flyer Bike, Converse x Golf Wang custom shoe, a ‘Camp Flog Gnaw’ blanket, fanny pack, mug, and pin,” according to a press release.
— T (@tylerthecreator) May 31, 2023
Further details surrounding the festival will be announced at a later date, including the lineup and additional ticket options.
Tyler, The Creator initially teased the return of Camp Flog Gnaw on Tuesday (May 30) while making a cameo in Kendrick Lamar and Baby Keem’s new “The Hillbillies” video.
The IGOR artist stops by around the 2:30 mark, where he’s seen sitting on the front bumper of a vintage car outside Dodger Stadium while sharing a laugh with Kendrick and Keem.
He then flexes some of his custom jewelry and flashes a badge to the camera that reads: “Camp Flog Gnaw 2023.”
Last year, Tyler’s longtime manager Christian Clancy revealed that the Grammy-winner was postponing Camp Flog Gnaw until 2023 due to him simply needing a break after juggling his Call Me If You Get Lost Tour album and various other creative ventures.
On the music side, the former Odd Future frontman returned in March with the deluxe edition of his aforementioned LP, The Estate Sale, which boasted features from A$AP Rocky, YG and Vince Staples, as well as production from Kanye West and Madlib.