Jack Harlow’s ‘No Place Like Home’ Tour Includes Owensboro, Bowling Green
Wow, I didn't think this big of a concert announcement would happen on a Thursday., but here we go!
The Owensboro Sportscenter has hosted many big shows in its nearly 75-year existence, and now this is another one that's definitely for the history books.
Louisville musician/rapper/actor Jack Harlow will be embarking on his third "No Place Like Home" tour, this November and December, On November 24th aka Black Friday, Harlow will be performing at the Sportscenter. By the way, the Owensboro date is the first on the tour.
Not only will Harlow be visiting Owensboro; but on December 2nd, his tour will land on the campus of Western Kentucky University at E.A. Diddle Arena in Bowling Green.
The Louisville native started his music career while still a student at Atherton High School. Less than a month after graduating in 2016, Harlow put out his first album on his own private label. By 2018, he was opening for the indie pop band Portugal. The Man (you may know their biggest hit "Feel It Still") on select dates. He made the jump to an imprint on Atlantic Records in 2018 and he started collaborating with the likes of DaBaby, Lil' Wayne, and Big Sean. He released his debut album That's All They'll Say in 2020 which included the track "Tyler Herro" dedicated to the UK and now NBA Basketball star.
The rapper joined Lil' Nas X in 2021 for the major smash hit "Industry Baby".
Harlow has released two albums since, Come Home The Kids Miss You which included another hit, "First Class". This past April the rapper released his third album, Jackman.
Harlow has gotten into acting first appearing as the host and musical guest in an October 2022 episode of Saturday Night Live, and earlier this year, Harlow made his first starring role in a remake of the 1992 basketball classic White Men Can't Jump.
So, tickets? Now until August 20th, you can register for tickets one of two ways HERE. This process will give Harlow's fans a better chance at buying tickets while reducing the number of professional resellers who buy tickets to sell for profit.