The Millennium Tour Turned Up! Announced With Bow Wow, Mario & Keri Hilson

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Safe to assume that Mario got Omarion uninvited to his own tour.  The jokes write themselves, but we won’t spread any rumors.  The Millennium Tour, which originally featured Bow Wow and B2K, but later became Bow Wow and Omarion, will enter a new transition, this time featuring Mario and Keri Hilson joining Bow Wow as headliners for what is being called The Millennium Tour Turned Up!

The news of the Millennium Tour Turned Up! comes just weeks after an epic Verzuz battle featuring Mario vs Omarion, in which the public clearly determined that Mario outperformed and blew out Omarion.  It also comes just weeks after Keri Hilson was honored at Black Music Honors, a pivotal moment in her career highlighting her years of success in the business.

As a trio, they don’t necessarily scream instant headliners, but Bow Wow does bring a crowd and Mario does have a newly resurrected appeal so we still expect the tour to sell out like it usually does.  The usually Bow Wow/Omarion chemistry may be missed however.  Bow Wow and Mario do have one song together, which dates back to Bow Wow’s Unleashed album in 2003.  There are no other joint tracks between the 3 headliners.

Here’s the full The Millennium Tour Turned Up line up:

Bow Wow, Mario, Keri Hilson, Lloyd, Pleasure P, Sammie, Bobby V, Ying Yang Twins, Dem Franchise Boyz, Chingy, Lil Scrappy Travis Porter, Crime Mob, Trillville, & the Reunion of Day 26.

The Millennium Tour Turned Up full line up

The Millennium Tour Turned Up Dates

October 7th – Hampton, VA   Hampton Coliseum
October 8th – Charlotte, NC   Spectrum Center
October 9th – Baltimore, MD  Chesapeake Employers Ins. Arena
October 14th – Columbus, OH Schottenstein Center
October 15th – Detroit, MI      Little Caesars Arena
October 16th – Louisville, KY   KFC Yum! Center
October 22nd – Chicago, IL     Wintrust, Arena
October 23rd – St. Louis, MO  Chaifetz Arena
October 27th – Dallas, TX        Texas Trust CU Theatre
October 28th – New Orleans, LA Smoother King Center
October 29th – Houston, TX   Smart Financial Center
November 4th – Birmingham, AL  Legacy Arena at BJCC
November 5th – Memphis, TN  FEDEXFORUM
November 6th – Atlanta, GA  State Farm Arena
November 9th – New York, NY Hulu Theater @ MSG
November 11th – Newark, NJ   Prudential Center
November 12th – Fairfax, VA     Eaglebank Arena
November 13th – Philadelphia, PA   Liacouras Center
November 18th – Tampa, FL              Amalie Arena
November 19th – Jacksonville, FL      Vystar Arena
November 20th – Miami, FL               FTX Arena
November 25th – Las Vegas, NV        MGM Grand Garden Arena
November 26th – Los Angeles, CA     Kia Forum
November 27th – Oakland, CA           Oakland Arena


The tour is brought to you by Gsquared Events.  Tickets can be purchased HERE.


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