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Canceled – Ginuwine, Juvenile, Chingy, Random Tanner – Back That Up Tour

Unfortunately, with the complications across the country, Ginuwine, Juvenile, & Chingy has been forced to cancel their upcoming show. While it is beyond disappointing not to see you all on this upcoming tour, we are looking forward to getting back out and seeing you all once we can all safely return to live shows.

Refund Details

Refunds:
Online at Ticketweb.com: Ticket sales will refund overnight and customers will see a credit in 3-5 business days.
Moline Co-Op Records: Tickets Purchased here will be refunded at Moline Co-Op. Bring tickets with to turn in for refund.
Dunn Brothers Coffee: Tickets will be refunded at Daiquiri Factory. Bring tickets with for refund. Dunn Brothers does not have the option to refund that is why they need to be refunded at DF.
Jennies Box Car: Tickets Purchased here will be refunded at Jennies Box Car. Bring Tickets with to turn in for refund.
Daiquiri Factory: Tickets Purchased here will be refunded at Daiquiri Factory. Bring Tickets with to turn in for refund.

Back That Up Tour

 

Ginuwine

Ginuwine was one of R&B’s preeminent love men during the ’90s heyday of hip-hop soul. Initially teamed with Timbaland, the most innovative producer of the late ’90s, Ginuwine’s sultry, seductive crooning earned him a substantial female following and made him a regular presence on the R&B charts, even after the futuristic production he favored was eclipsed by the more organic, retro-leaning neo-soul movement.

 

Juvenile

Having come up in the Hot Boys group alongside superstar Lil Wayne, New Orleans rapper Juvenile is a Southern hip-hop veteran, and a chart-topping one as well, having climbed the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 with his 2004 single “Slow Motion.” Born Terius Gray, Juvenile was one of the initial figures involved in New Orleans’ “bounce” craze of the early ’90s, an uptempo style of hip-hop that combined gangster rap and party music.

 

Chingy

Kicking off his career in 2003 with the massive hit “Right Thurr,” St. Louis rapper Chingy spent two solid years in the limelight, releasing two platinum-selling albums while becoming a household name thanks to some television appearances and movie roles. Born Howard Bailey, Jr. on March 9, 1980, he began writing rhymes at the age of 10 and began rapping under the name of “H Thugs” during his teen years. Renamed Chingy after a slang term for a looking wealthy, he signed with Fo-Reel Entertainment, an artist management firm with local heroes Nelly and St. Lunatics on the roster. While on tour with Nelly in 2002, he met rapper and Disturbing Tha Peace labelhead Ludacris. He would sign to DTP in 2003 and release “Right Thurr” on the label that same year. With Chingy’s slow drawl and laid-back swagger, the track became the anthem for hot summer nights, peaking at number two on Billboard’s Hot 100 while topping the magazine’s Hot Rap Tracks chart. Released in July, his debut album Jackpot spawned two additional Top Five hits, “Holidae In” with Ludacris and Snoop Dogg, plus “One Call Away” with J/Weav

 

Random Tanner

Random Tanner (RT) is currently residing in small-city Iowa by way of Clinton along the muddy Mississippi. He’s bringing the style of music all walks of life can relate & connect to. RT comes fully-loaded with a strong message & clear, unique flow. With more show experience than most & a solid team backing him, RT is only seconds away from being an every-household name!

Details

Sat, September 19, 2020 / 8:00 PM
Doors at 7:00 PM
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