Jermaine Dupri Presents: SoSoSUMMER ’17 Tour For ‘The Rap Game’ Fans

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SoSoSummer 17 Tour Reunites SoSo Def Team, Alongside The Rap Game Series Stars

Attention all So So Def and Jermaine Dupri fans, starting May 25th your chance to get in on the action and attend the SoSoSummer 17 Tour.

This SoSoSummer 17 tour is set to feature appearances from Miss Mulatto and Mani, the winners of Jermaine Dupri’s hit TV series, The Rap Game. Long time So So Def artists, Bow Wow and Da Brat will also be joining the line-up as hosts along with Jermaine Dupri himself.

Earlier this week at a press conference in Atlanta Jermaine Dupri revealed the full line-up of artists would include:

Miss Mulatto (winner, Season 1 of “The Rap Game”), Mani (winner, Season 2 of “The Rap Game”), Lil Key (Season 2 cast), J.I. the Prince of NY (Season 2 cast), Nia Kay (Season 2 cast), Supa Peach (Season 1 cast), Nova (Season 3 cast), Deetranada (Season 3 cast) and King Roscoe (Season 3 cast).

SoSoSummer 17 Tour
[credit: Chris Mitchell/So So Def, Michael Walker/Umeek Images, Thaddaeus McAdams/]

Jermaine Dupri is a songwriter, a Grammy-winning producer, recording artist and with one of his latest ventures he is now a reality TV star.  You can catch Jermaine Dupri Fridays at 10PM on the Lifetime television show The Rap Game, where he is on a journey to find the hottest child artist and give them a record deal with So So Def.

Jermaine Dupri is also responsible for the early success of former teen stars Xcape, Usher and Kris Kross as well as the aforementioned Bow Wow and Da Brat. He is the image of success, and plans to successfully deliver one of the largest celebrations for teens and their parents this Summer throughout 20 different cities.

Many may forget that Jermaine is also a rapper himself. His last album, 2001’s Instructions was the follow-up to his breakout album, Life In 1492.

This SoSoSummer 17 Tour will begin Thursday, May 25th in Louisville Palace and end on Sunday, June 25th in Dallas, Texas. Below is the full list of upcoming dates:

Thu May 25     Louisville, KY       Louisville Palace
Fri May 26       Detroit, MI           Fox Theatre
Sun May 28     Chicago, IL            Chicago Theatre
Thu Jun 01       Norfolk, NA          Chrysler Hall
Fri Jun 02         Columbia, SC        Township Auditorium
Sat Jun 03        Baltimore, MD     Pier Six
Sun Jun 04       Cleveland, OH      State Theatre
Wed Jun 07     St Louis, MO         Peabody Opera House
Fri Jun 09         Indianapolis, IN    Murat Theatre
Sat Jun 10        Charlotte, NC       Ovens Auditorium
Sun Jun 11       Raleigh, NC           Raleigh Memorial (Duke Energy Center)
Thu June 15     Richmond, VA      Altria Theater
Fri Jun 16         New York, NY       Beacon Theatre
Sat Jun 17        Washington, DC   DAR Constitution
Thu Jun 22       Atlanta, GA           Wolf Creek Amphitheater
Sat Jun 24        Houston, TX          Revention Music Center
Sun Jun 25       Dallas, TX              Music Hall Fair Park

Tickets for this event will begin going on sale March 24th at 10am local time.

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