JPEGMAFIA has announced dates in the UK, Ireland and Australia as part of his ‘Lay Down My Life’ world tour. You can buy UK tickets here.

The rapper, real name Barrington DeVaughn Hendricks, will play shows in Dublin, Manchester, Glasgow, London, Brighton and Bristol between January 30 and February 6 next year. Tickets will go on general sale tomorrow (July 5) at 10am BST, and you can find tickets here.

He’ll then play a run of shows in Australia and New Zealand a few weeks later. Tickets go on sale at 11am local time on tomorrow, and you can find them here. He shared the news in an Instagram post, in which he also shared some other European tour dates earlier in January.

First, however, he’s got a run of shows in the US and Canada beginning at Fox Theater in Pomona, California on August 7 and ending at Radius in Chicago, Illinois, on September 21. Tickets to these shows are on sale now here.

This summer, JPEGMAFIA has been playing a variety of festivals, including a set at Manchester’s Outbreak Festival on June 28.

He also released a new single, ‘Don’t Rely On Other Men’ on June 17, his first solo release in three years. He last released an album in 2023, in collaboration with fellow rapper Danny Brown. The pair shared ‘Scaring The Hoes’ on March 24 that year. His last solo album was ‘LP!’, which came out in October 2021.

In a four-star review of the album, NME said: “Criminally underrated because he’s not making music like the big dogs, JPEGMafia still keeps his integrity no matter what – continually putting out a high standard of work in the process.”


JPEGMAFIA’s 2025 UK, Ireland and Australia tour dates are: 

30 – Dublin – Olympia
31 – Manchester – Albert Hall

02 – Glasgow – Barrowland
04 – London – Roundhouse
05 – Brighton – Chalk
06 – Bristol – O2 Academy
26 – Auckland, New Zealand – PowerStation
28 – Brisbane, Australia – Fortitude Music Hall

04 – Sydney, Australia – Enmore Theatre
07 – Melbourne, Australia – Timber Yard
08 – Fremantle, Australia – Metropolis Fremantle

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