Louisville rapper is ‘coming home’

Rapper Jack Harlow, a Louisville native, has announced five shows that he will perform in December in his hometown.

BY JULIA HUFFMAN | Derby City Weekend

A locally-born artist announced exciting news for his hometown.

Rapper Jack Harlow announced on social media his official “No Place Like Home” event.

The Louisville native has scheduled five hometown concert shows starting December 14 through the 18, performing at five historical Louisville locations.

Harlow’s shows will take place at the Louisville Palace, Headliners, Zanzabar, Mercury Ballroom and Paristown Hall.

Earlier this month, Harlow announced he’d been donating to five Louisville non-profits: AMPED, The Center for Women and Families, Grace James Academy, the Louisville Urban League, and Metro United Way.

Live Nation Entertainment will continue his philanthropic efforts by donating one dollar from each concert ticket sold to one of those five organizations. Companies like Instagram and KFC have also agreed to participate in donation efforts.

Tickets for the “No Place Like Home” event are set to go on sale Wednesday, October 20.