3rd October 2022 — After hearing the news, the fan of Tyler, the Creator, and his entire music festival is in deep sorrow that Camp Flog Gnaw festival will not return this year, as confirmed by Chris Clancy, his manager.
According to the report from Billboard, Clancy reportedly confirmed that the Los Angeles music festival would be held again in 2023. “It’s not that deep,” he said. “Tyler was on the road for a year and worked on several projects. We returned the following year after studying the trends in festival planning in the pandemic’s wake.
The “Camp Flog Gnaw” was relocated from Exposition Park to Dodger Stadium three years ago. It was the first year that no “Camp Flog Gnaw” was hosted there. Artists including Solange, YG, FKA twigs, Juice WRLD, Brockhampton, H.E.R., Daniel Caesar, DaBaby, and 21 Savage took the stage at this year’s festival. The festival’s Twitter hasn’t been updated since then, unfortunately.
Last year, Tyler released his sixth studio album, Call Me If You Get Lost, and spent the past year touring the continent to promote the record. The 31-year-old MC received his second Grammy in April for Best Rap Album.
In an impromptu victory speech, he stated, “I know you’re boiling and upset, and ‘no one listens to that CD.’” The fact that these concerts are selling out arenas suggests otherwise. And if you worked so hard at anything, maybe others would notice and be impressed—all my love to everyone. The sun is shining!
Recent reports have hinted that Tyler would appear as a guest star in the upcoming sixth season of the Netflix original series “Big Mouth”.
Next season will have appearances from Tyler, the Creator, and many more. The latest “Beavis and Butthead” season premiered in August, adding to the Los Angeles rapper’s voice-over repertoire.