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Tech N9ne

The Something Else Tour

Krizz Kaliko, Mayday, Stevie Stone, Prozak and Ces Cru

September 29, 2013 | 7:00PM

Paramount Theatre Map It

Seattle, WA

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Advance: $35.00

Day of Show: $35.00

On Sale: Friday, Jul 19, 10:00AM

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All Ages

Doors Open At: 6:00PM

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Tech N9e Announces “Something Else” US and Canadian Tours Both Tours Are Named After Tech N9ne’s Forthcoming Something Else Album, Which Is Slated For A July...

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Tech N9e Announces “Something Else” US and Canadian Tours

Both Tours Are Named After Tech N9ne’s Forthcoming Something Else Album, Which Is Slated For A July 30 Release Date And Features The Independent Rap Mogul Teaming With The Doors, Kendrick Lamar, CeeLo, Serj Tankian, Wiz Khalifa And Others

 

July 10, 2013

(Los Angeles, CA) Tech N9ne announces his “Something Else Canadian Tour 2013” and his “Something Else Tour 2013,” which traverses the United States. Both tours derive their name from Tech N9ne’s forthcoming album, Something Else, which is slated for aJuly 30 release and features the Kansas City rap pioneer collaborating with a diverse roster of music superstars, including The Doors, Kendrick Lamar, CeeLo Green and Wiz Khalifa.

The 15-date Canadian trek features Tech N9ne’s Strange Music labelmate Krizz Kaliko and launches August 15 at the Rockpile Bar & Club in Toronto, Ontario. It concludes August 31 at Evergreen Hall in Chilliwack, British Columbia.

The 47-city “Something Else Tour 2013” kicks off September 5 at Cains Ballroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma and wraps October 30 for a homecoming show at The Midland Theatre by AMC in Kansas City.

Tech N9ne built his Strange Music record company into an independent music powerhouse in part due to his nearly relentless tour schedule during the last decade-plus. His efforts have earned him loyal fans throughout the United States and the world. Tech N9ne toured with Jay-Z as part of the Sprite Liquid Mix Tour in 2002 and in 2012 completed the record-breaking “Hostile Takeover 2012 Tour,” which became the longest continuous tour in rap history, clocking in with 90 shows in 99 days.

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