Continuing the tradition and legacy set forth by the Scream Tour - being the launching pad and go to vehicle for some of music's most sought after and critically acclaimed young stars, comes the...Expand
Continuing the tradition and legacy set forth by the Scream Tour - being the launching pad and go to vehicle for some of music's most sought after and critically acclaimed young stars, comes the next venture called the Scream Concert Series.
"The Scream Concert Series will be dedicated to highlighting individual artists and helping to bring them further into the spotlight and their popularity more into the mainstream," said Michael Mauldin, Creator and Founder of the Scream Tour. "We are using our proven marketing machine and resources to help position certain artists for long term success in the music industry."
After overwhelming success and sold out cities from coast to coast in 2011 with the Scream Tour: The Next Generation (NXG) and the Scream Tour: NXG -Screamin For The Holidays, Mauldin, Scream Star Entertainment and AEG Live continues to give young people across the country their favorite artists in concert settings with the next youth oriented live musical event-- The Life of The Jetsetter. This is just one of many Scream Star Entertainment related events that will center on various themes in positioning young artists for the next level in their careers.
The Life of The Jetsetter stars Atlantic recording artist Diggy. It also features special guest RCA recording artist Jacob Latimore, along with The OMG Girlz, Jawan Harris and rap duo TK-N-Ca$h. Diggy, fresh of the hugely successful Scream Tour, has joined forces with some of his closest friends in the music business to see all of his jetsetters from city to city.
As a show of love and thanks for all the support the fans continue to give the Scream Tour, The Life Of The Jetsetter concert musical event kicks off just in time for the Valentine's Day holiday. The show hits New York City at Best Buy Theater on February 17. Tickets go on sale this Saturday, January 14 at 12pm and will be available at Ticketmaster.com, Charge by phone 800.745.3000, and at the Best Buy Theater box office (no service charge). For more info log onto www.screamtour.com.
Daniel "Diggy" Simmons has the hip-hop community on the edge of their seats, calling him the "Next Hottest Thing." In 2010, Diggy teamed up with video director Phil The God to create a viral video that caught the attention of the entire music world. "Flow Stoopid," a freestyle track over Nas' "Made You Look," received instant co-signs from rap heavy hitters ranging from Lupe Fiasco and Kanye West to Common, and Talib Kweli, and quickly became an instant viral sensation. In March 2010, Diggy inked a deal with Atlantic Records, and began on the road to a successful rap career, establishing himself in the lineage created by his father, Rev. Run and uncle, Russell Simmons. After releasing his debut single, "Copy, Paste" in May 2011, the world eagerly awaited what was next, as he put the finishing touches on his debut album. From being named a member of XXL's Freshman Class in 2011, to his first BET Awards nomination in the "Young Star Award" category to taking the stage "LIVE" at the 2011 BET Awards Pre-Show, Digy is undoubtedly the most talked about and sought after young rap superstar. October 2011 saw Diggy receive a nomination for "Rookie of the Year" at the 2011 BET Hip Hop Awards, as well as releasing his second single, "Do It Like You (feat. Jeremih)" which shot to the top of the 106th and Park video countdown.
"As we continue to successfully and most importantly strategically uncover the next generation of young musical stars, we continue to recognize a few artists that continue to stand out," said Maudlin. "I believe that Diggy is that one at this moment in time. As we continue to assist in molding and directing the paths of young artists, we also focus on giving them maximum exposure as we bring them face to face with their fans across the country. We are proud to be able to do this through this particular concert venture."
Service and handling fees are added to the price of each ticket.