Jack Harlow Breaks Records With Third Annual ‘No Place Like Home: The Kentucky Tour’
Jack Harlow’s third annual No Place Like Home: The Kentucky Tour officially wrapped with an amazing show in Lexington’s Rupp Arena where he performed for over 13,000 fans.
Produced by Live Nation and Production Simple, the tour kicked off last week and saw the superstar traveling to sold out arenas across six Kentucky cities for this run of hometown shows in markets and venues that are often overlooked. This year’s No Place Like Home: The Kentucky Tour was the only tour Harlow embarked on this year and saw the superstar performing his incredible catalog of hits including fan favorites Nail Tech, Churchill Downs, Denver and Tyler Herro, as well as Grammy-nominated hits First Class and Whats Poppin, before closing the show with his latest Billboard Hot 100 No.1 smash hit, Lovin On Me..
Harlow made history with his first of its kind six city tour breaking the highest gross sales and highest single event attendance at the Owensboro Sportscenter in Owensboro, Kentucky; highest gross record at Appalachian Wireless Arena in Pikeville, KY; highest grossing Hip-Hop concert at Truist Arena in Highland Heights, KY; highest gross record at CFSB Center in Murray, KY; and fastest selling show with most tickets ever sold in a single day and highest attendance record at E.A. Diddle Arena in Bowling Green, KY.
The hometown tour continues to grow exponentially each year, with funds supporting The Jack Harlow Foundation’s efforts for Neighborhood House, Louisville Ballet, Sowing Seeds with Faith, Aqueer Kentucky, Adelante, Centro Latino, Russell: A Place of Promise, and Sponsor 4 Success. The Hometown Hero created The Jack Harlow Foundation in 2023 to reinvest, uplift, and support organizations in his hometown of Louisville to make it a better place to live. This year alone, the Jack Harlow Foundation has raised over $500K in funds and product donations.
Harlow also collected hygiene product donations such as deodorant and body wash for local non-profits at each stop along the way, partnering with Metro United Way to help Kentuckians in need this holiday season.
Throughout the six city tour, the Jack Harlow Foundation partnered with Knob Creek to release a limited-edition bourbon exclusively available only in each of the six cities on the tour: Owensboro, Pikeville, Covington, Murray, Bowling Green, and Lexington.
Last week, Jack Harlow also surprised his hometown with 1,000 pairs of New Balance shoes for kids and adults within multiple organizations, including Maryhurst, Sowing Seeds with Faith, St. John’s Center, UpLouisville, and Metro United Way. This past May, the foundation donated $25,000 to Russel: A Place of Promise, an organization focused on lifting up Louisville’s historically Black neighborhoods. In august, The Jack Harlow Foundation supported the Louisville Ballet with a $50,000 donation to “remain a staple in Louisville’s creative ecosystem” after falling on hard times from the Covid-19 pandemic. The Foundation also bought Halloween costumes for a hundred children in Louisville this past October.