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Kid Cudi “Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin'” Tour

Location: 3090 Southlawn Dr, Maplewood
When: Monday, November 6th @ 9PM

Whether for good or bad, Kid Cudi has been in and out of the spotlight over the last year; most notably with his recent return to music with Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin’. The Ohio born artist continues to hold a strong following across the world with many of his fans/peers citing his work as influential in their own personal lives. His latest album, Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin’, is a return to a comfort zone to some, but many also point out the project’s experimental nature. Cudi has always been one to push the boundaries, sometimes to fan’s dismay, but this album feels like the right blend of experimentation and his quintessential sound. This show is all ages and tickets are still available for $40; if you want to avoid the younger crowds you can buy 21+ balcony tickets for $48. Click the link below to buy yours now, this might be your last chance before it sells out.

Kid Cudi Tickets

Kid Cudi “Especial” Tour

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Location: 4746 N Racine Avenue, Chicago
When: Tuesday, February 2nd @ 8PM

Kid Cudi took to Twitter a couple of weeks ago to announce the new dates for his “Especial” tour. After cancelling late last year, Cudder will kick things off in Madison before hitting up Chicago tomorrow. The Chi-Town stop will be at The Riviera Theater in the Uptown neighborhood, the show is all ages and tickets are still available for $50. No matter what you think about Cudi’s new album, fans of hip hop can’t deny his place over the last decade or so. Click the link below to grab your tickets and be on the look out for more info.

Kid Cudi Tickets

Lollapalooza 2015

Lolla

Location: Grant Park, Chicago
When: Fri-Sun, July 31st-August 2nd

Lollapalooza kicks off tonight, Paul McCartney, Metallica, and Florence + The Machine will headline the event while other performances will include Kid Cudi, Tame Impala, Sam Smith, Bassnectar, A$AP Rocky, Father John Misty, G-Eazy, Flying Lotus, Tyler The Creator, Toro Y Moi, FKA Twigs, Mick Jenkins and Logic. Like every year, Lolla sold out in a matter of minutes, so if you’re dying to go you’ll have to grapple with re-sellers on Craigslist or scalpers on Michigan Ave. The only tickets left are the VIP Lounge passes that will run you a cool $1850, be our guests and click the link below if you’re interested.

Lollapalooza VIP Lounge Tickets

Kid Cudi – love

Kid Cudi took to Twitter earlier today to drop a surprise record titled, “love.” We haven’t heard much from Cudi since his brief Twitter scuffle with Chuck Inglish over a supposedly leaked track, it’s good to see that he’s back working. If you’re a fan of Cudder then you’ll most likely enjoy this song, and you’ll definitely recognize a few of his favorite sounds being used. “love” is a good start for an artist who has receded in recent years, time will tell what’s next for Kid Cudi, we hope this means we’ll see a lot more from him.

Kid Cudi Faints @ North Coast Festival


Kid Cudi had a rare performance at North Coast Music Festival in Chicago yesterday, which ended in a scary moment. During the remix to “Pursuit of Happiness” Cudi jumped into the photo pit and started signing autographs and greeting fans, in the above video you can clearly see him fall unconscious around the :56 sec mark. There is no clear cause for his loss of consciousness, but the good news is that Cudi later said that he is ok.

Kid Cudi “Satellite Flight: Journey To Mother Moon” Out Now

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In a surprise move, Kid Cudi took to Twitter earlier today to release his highly anticipated project, Satellite Flight: Journey To Mother Moon; without any traditional marketing. The original release date of the album was supposed to be April 29th, but for whatever reason Cudi has decided that the project is ready now. The only way to purchase the album right now is via iTunes, but you can listen to it on YouTube or various other platforms. Peep Cudder’s new sounds below (poor quality) and keep an eye out for the visuals that are sure to follow.

Kid Cudi “Satellite Flight: Journey To Mother Moon”