Anderson .Paak, seen performing at 2023's Coachella music festival in Indio, Calif.,...

Anderson .Paak, seen performing at 2023's Coachella music festival in Indio, Calif., will perform his Grammy-nominated 2016 album at Jones Beach in October. Credit: Getty Images for Coachella / Matt Winkelmeyer

R&B star Anderson .Paak will perform his entire  Grammy-nominated 2016 album “Malibu” at a Northwell at Jones Beach Theater show set for Oct. 11. General-public tickets go on sale 9 a.m. Friday at

“Due to the overwhelming excitement about our Hollywood Bowl show I have a very special surprise for you guys,” the drummer-producer-singer-songwriter, 38, wrote on Facebook Tuesday afternoon, referring to his Sept. 24 concert at the fabled Los Angeles amphitheater. “Yallll ‘The Malibu Tour’ is hitting the road!!! Be ready!! The [Grammy-nominated R&B quartet] Free Nationals and I will be performing Malibu in its entirety featuring the legendary Maurice Brown and GAWD!!!!”

Jazz trumpeter Brown and the R&B duo GAWD, comprising Alayna Rogers and Alana Linsey, are the opening acts on the 14-date "Malibu Tour," which commences Sept. 18 in Bend, Oregon, and closes Oct. 13 in Atlanta.

Often described as “madcap,” .Paak, born Brandon Paak Anderson, has won eight Grammy Awards and been nominated for 13, both as Anderson .Paak and as part of Silk Sonic, a duo with Bruno Mars. The two reached platinum certification, meaning 1 million units sold, with the 2021 R&B album “Leave the Door Open.” The disc won four Grammys including song of the year and record of the year.

.Paak also performs as Dj Pee .Wee, and on June 7 released “Why Lawd?,” his second album as part of NxWorries, a duo he formed in 2015 with hip-hop artist Knxwledge.

The multihyphenate additionally is in production on his feature film directorial debut, “K-Pops!” The seriocomedy, which he co-wrote, follows an unsuccessful Los Angeles musician who attempts to kick-start his career by joining a band for a Korean pop-music competition in Seoul. When he discovers his long-lost musician son there, he attempts to ride the imminent star’s coattails. The cast includes Yvette Nicole Brown (“Community”) and Jonnie Park (“Awkwafina Is Nora from Queens”).

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