Thursday 12 October at The Old Growler
11am – 6pm
Australian tour dates run October 13 – 17
Migos, arguably the hottest rap group on the planet right now, hit Australian shores this week for their first ever Australian tour. To celebrate the occasion, Migos present DIRTY SOUTH AUSTRALIA – MIGOS POP UP STORE, featuring merchandise exclusive to Australia, one day only – Thursday, October 12, at The Old Growler, 218 William St, Woolloomooloo NSW.
For interstate fans, commencing Friday, October 13, there will be a limited run of this exclusive Australian merchandise sold at Sneakerboy Sydney, Melbourne and Gold Coast – see HERE for location details, and Lessons in Perth, and via the Migos online store. The Migos online store will be live for just 72 hours, check it out HERE.
The Atlanta trio hit local shores off the back of an extraordinary year-long winning streak that shows no signs of slowing down. In January, Migos released their Billboard #1 album ‘Culture’ which spawned their breakthrough international mega-hit ‘Bad and Boujee’ – their first US #1 single which sits at a staggering 900 million plays across YouTube and Spotify. The LP also features worldwide smashes ‘T-Shirt’ (400 million plays), ‘Slippery’ (300 million plays) and ‘Get Right Witcha’ (150 million plays), all with accompanying remarkable music videos which have become a staple of the Migos brand.
In the same period, Migos have become the must-have rap feature for the year’s biggest pop hits – with stand-out appearances on Calvin Harris’ ‘Slide’ (240 million Spotify streams) and Katy Perry’s ‘Bon Appetit’ (200 million plays) alongside singles from the likes of Sean Paul and Lil Yachty.
Simultaneously, Quavo, who makes up one-third of Migos, has himself emerged as one of the world’s most exciting rap stars in his own right with features on DJ Khaled’s worldwide triumph ‘I’m the One’ alongside Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper and Lil Wayne(500 million plays), Post Malone’s massive ‘Congratulations’ (440 million plays) and Travis Scott’s platinum single ‘Pick Up the Phone’ alongside Young Thug (180 million plays).
The three Migos members are close relatives – Takeoff is Quavo’s nephew and Offset is Quavo’s cousin – who first appeared in public consciousness back in 2013 through their modern rap classic ‘Versace’. The single generated so much heat for the emerging group that Drake jumped on the official remix and Migos had officially arrived. In the following years, the trio continued to build a huge cult following an incredibly prolific series of mixtapes and their 2015 debut album ‘Yung Rich Nation’.
For this one-off opportunity to check out the exclusive Migos pop up store in Sydney, head to:
DIRTY SOUTH AUSTRALIA – MIGOS POP UP STORE
The Old Growler – 218 William St, Woolloomooloo NSW 2011 11am – 6pm
Migos Australian TOUR DATES
Friday 13 October – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney (All Ages)
Saturday 14 October – Riverstage, Brisbane (All Ages)
Sunday 15 October – Hisense Arena, Melbourne (All Ages)
Tuesday 17 October – Metro City, Perth (18+)
For more tour info please head to https://www.frontiertouring.com/migos