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Tyler, the Creator steps out in Perth just days after closing Splendour in the Grass

He gave the efficiency of his life at Splendour in the Grass on Sunday evening.

And Tyler, the Creator has now touched down in Perth to kick off the Australian leg of his Call Me If You Get Lost tour.

The rapper, 31, was noticed taking a stroll in the suburb of Leederville on Monday.

Tyler, the Creator has arrived in Perth, WA, to kick off the Australian leg of his world tour

The See You Again star, whose actual title is Tyler Gregory Okonma, saved heat in a dark brown jacket and black pants.

Tyler topped off his fashionable look with a trapper cap and beaded necklace.

The Grammy-winning artist begins his Australian tour in Perth on Tuesday. It shall be his first headline present Down Under in greater than eight years.

Tyler will then make his method to Sydney for 2 back-to-back reveals at Qudos Bank Arena earlier than wrapping up the tour in Melbourne on Wednesday, August 3.

The See You Again star, 31, whose real name is Tyler Gregory Okonma, kept warm in a dark brown jacket and black pants

The See You Again star, 31, whose actual title is Tyler Gregory Okonma, saved heat in a dark brown jacket and black pants 

The Grammy-winning artist begins his Australian tour in Perth on Tuesday. It will be his first headline show Down Under in more than eight years

The Grammy-winning artist begins his Australian tour in Perth on Tuesday. It shall be his first headline present Down Under in greater than eight years 

He closed out Byron Bay’s iconic Splendour in the Grass music competition to a crowd of greater than 30,000 on Sunday evening. 

‘I stink, my legs damage, I’m outta breath,’ he instructed the crowd, experiences Triple J.

‘You know what that signifies? It was an awesome f**king present.’

Splendour in the Grass was cancelled on Friday but went ahead in muddy conditions over the rest of the weekend

Splendour in the Grass was cancelled on Friday however went forward in muddy circumstances over the remainder of the weekend

Despite the rapper’s stellar efficiency, many festivalgoers are calling this year’s Splendour in the Grass certainly one of the worst live-music experiences in latest reminiscence.

As many as 50,000 revellers attended the world-renowned three-day competition over the weekend – regardless of torrential rain turning the lush parklands right into a mud pit.

Friday’s day one was canned after heavy rainfall noticed organisers shut the campgrounds as a result of massive elements being submerged.

Some festivalgoers pushed on determined to enjoy themselves despite the rain and mud (pictured)

Some festivalgoers pushed on decided to take pleasure in themselves regardless of the rain and dirt (pictured) 

Day two went forward, however administration did not appear prepared for the quantity of people departing en masse following the last act, with patrons pressured to attend as late as 6am for a bus to take them back to their campsite.

‘It’s survival of the fittest,’ a patron instructed Daily Mail Australia.

One festivalgoer named Steph stated she and her pals had pushed from the Gold Coast on Thursday solely to take a seat in the queue heading into Splendour for 11 hours.

Thousands of campers on Monday must navigate their way out of the swamped campsite with many cars bogged (pictured)

Thousands of campers on Monday should navigate their approach out of the swamped campsite with many automobiles bogged (pictured) 

After ready for 3 and a half hours her car solely made it to the entrance gate, however there was nonetheless no signal of getting in.

‘We requested one other employees member what we should always do and she or he stated ”I do not know” and that she was meant to complete hours in the past however nobody has instructed her something,’ Steph stated.

‘She was so chilly and moist, she was clutching a scorching water bottle and the volunteers and employees have not been provided any food.’

Festivalgoers queuing for coffee on day two of Splendour in the Grass stood on logs to avoid flood water

Festivalgoers queuing for coffee on day two of Splendour in the Grass stood on logs to keep away from flood water

Another reveller from Brisbane stated she had been to 4 earlier Splendour festivals however wouldn’t go once more after this year.

‘The strains for bogs have been so lengthy… One lady in entrance of me couldn’t cease vomiting. We have been calling for somebody to deliver us water, [but were] ignored… One man close to me fainted, we have been calling for a medic… and there was no one,’ she stated.

Social media was flooded with complaints accusing organisers of being unprepared, forcing an official apology to be issued over the bus delays in specific.

In a statement on Sunday, organisers said everyone was off the premises by 3:30am, with people heaping further criticism after the blunt response

In an announcement on Sunday, organisers stated everybody was off the premises by 3:30am, with people heaping additional criticism after the blunt response

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