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Donald Glover confirms his current Childish Gambino tour will be the last

Donald Glover has said that his current tour, which will include four massive shows in Australia, will be the some of the artist’s last performances as Childish Gambino.

Glover has just kicked off on the North American leg of his tour and made sure to let the crowd know that this is the last time to celebrate the American rapper’s iconic alter ego.

“If you’re at this show know that it’s the last Gambino tour ever. This is not a concert. This is fucking church.”

After receiving the Best R&B Performance Grammy for his massive hit Redbone, he confirmed that he will be retiring his Childish Gambino music project.

“I’m making another project right now, just, you know, to make”, he said at the Grammys. “But I like endings and I think they’re important to progress.”

“I think like, if a lot of things had death clauses in them, we wouldn’t have a lot of problems in the world, to be honest. So I think endings are good because they force things to get better.”

It’s still not confirmed if Glover will drop a full Childish Gambino album, but he did just release two follow-up singles to This Is America, in a Summer Pack release including Summertime Magic and Feels Like Summer.

Childish Gambino is headlining Canberra’s massive Spilt Milk lineup as well as his own Australia sideshows. Glover also announced that he will be bringing his epic three-day PHAROS festival to New Zealand in November this year.

Childish Gambino 2018 Australian Tour

Thursday, 8th November
HBF Stadium, Perth (All Ages)
Tickets: Live Nation

Saturday, 10th November
Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne (All Ages)
Tickets: Live Nation

Wednesday, 14th November
Sydney Opera House Forecourt, Sydney (All Ages)
Tickets: Live Nation

Thursday, 15th November — NEW SHOW
Sydney Opera House Forecourt, Sydney (All Ages)
Tickets: Live Nation

Also performing at Canberra’s Spilt Milk festival on 17th November

Via Music Feeds.

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September 10, 2018

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