Odd Future's U.S. Tour Dates Include Miami Halloween Show

Odd Future has unveiled an impressive Golf Wang North American Tour. What began in the wee hours of Thursday as a delightful U.S. map covered with kitten faces is realized. The full tour schedule was tweeted by Tyler, the Creator last night.

Aside from it being Wellington resident Vanilla Ice's birthday, the Halloween show in Miami should be off the chain for myriad reasons. The Los Angeles rap group is already known for its wild stage show, and the potential for Halloween high jinks has already been the subject of an amusing bit of fan fiction about Tyler, the Creator; Hodgy Beats; Domo Genesis; and Frank Ocean (as JFK, natch) dressing up as their favorite U.S. presidents.

Needless to say, it's time to start assembling an effective Odd Future getup for Halloween night. Follow our costume recommendations, and check out the full dates below.

Option 1: Buffalo Bill

At this point, we're all well aware of Tyler, the Creator's Goblin album cover art. William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody, known as a hero of the Wild West and the American Civil War, eventually lived to be a white-bearded 70-year-old, but it's an image of his 19-year-old self that will forever live in Odd Future lore. In this case, a modest vintage suit with a tiny bow tie will suffice, and hang your hair out the car window all the way to the show to replicate the effect of riding a horse very fast.

Option 1.5: Wild West Show star Buffalo Bill
As we can see, Buffalo Bill eventually became a style inspiration for Danny McBride/Kenny Powers. You still have few months to grow out your facial hair and practice steely glances.

Option 2: Thurnis Haley

There's almost certainly going be a shortage on knee-high striped tube socks come October. The rest of the gear for Tyler, the Creator's golf-obsessed alter ego can be obtained in your great-uncle's closet. Leave your clubs in the trunk, though.

Option 3: Left Brain With a Blue Face

Honestly, not a bad option. As Rey notes, Left Brain definitely resembles Squidward's house from Spongebob Squarepants.

Option 4: Earl Sweatshirt

Risky. If you do this one too convincingly, you'll risk a riot.

Option 5: The Classic

Step one: Buy this ski mask for $6.40. Step two: Draw an upside-down cross between the eyes with Magic Marker. Step three: Swag. 

Golf Wang Tour 2011

9/28 San Diego, California - House of Blues
9/30 San Francisco, California - Warfield
10/2 Portland, Oregon - Roseland Ballroom
10/3 Vancouver, British Columbia - Vogue
10/4 Seattle, Washington - Showbox Market
10/7 Salt Lake City, Utah - In The Venue
10/8 Boulder, Colorado - Fox
10/9 Denver, Colorado - Ogden Theatre
10/11 Lawrence, Kansas - Granada Theatre
10/12 Minneapolis, Minnesota - First Avenue
10/14 Chicago, Illinois - Metro
10/15 Cincinnati, Ohio - Bogarts
10/16 Detroit, Michigan - Royal Oak Music Theatre
10/18 Toronto, Ontario - Sound Academy
10/19 New York, New York - Terminal 5
10/21 Boston, Massachusetts - Royale
10/22 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Union Transfer
10/23 Washington, D.C. - 9:30 Club
10/24 Baltimore, Maryland - Sonar
10/27 Carrboro, North Carolina - Cat's Cradle
10/28 Atlanta, Georgia - Center Stage
10/30 New Orleans, Louisiana - Voodoo Festival
10/31 Miami, Florida - Fillmore
11/2 Tampa, Florida - Ritz Ybor
11/3 Orlando, Florida - The Beacham
11/6 Austin, Texas - Fun Fun Fun Fest
11/8 Tempe, Arizona - Marquee Theatre

Odd Future. Monday, October 31. Fillmore Miami, 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Click here.

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