DMX Hitting Road For 'The Weigh In Tour' In Support of Upcoming Seventh Album 'Undisputed'

Added: 01 June 2012 | Read 387 times

DMX is set to hit the road for a 14-date summer promo tour in support of his seventh studio album, Undisputed, beginning on June 2.

The first leg of “The Weigh In Tour,” which is being presented by Seven Arts and Bloodline, will kick off in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and will continue to hit such cities as Detroit, New York City, Honolulu, and Orlando.

DMX’s rep, Domenick Nati, said of the tour, ”It tour puts another piece of DMX’s career back in the puzzle. X is an artist, personality, and actor, but most of all he’s a performer and that’s what this tour will give him the chance to do.”

The entire “The Weigh In Tour” is said to feature 30-40 dates with more cities to be announced soon.

X released a new project, The Weigh In EP which the tour is named after, two weeks ago to hold fans over until his new album, Undisputed, drops later this summer.

Check out a full list of cities and dates for the “The Weigh In Tour” below:

June 2 – Minneapolis, MN – Epic Event Center
June 8 – Albany, NY – Northern Lights
June 9 – Detroit, MI – Date With Nas
June 10 – Philadelphia, PA – Theatre Of Living Arts
June 14 – Norfolk, VA – The Norva
June 15 – Raleigh, NC – Starbar
June 16 – Jamaica, NY – Amazura
June 21 – Hyannis, MA – Pufferbelliess
June 22 – Rochester, NY – Water Street Music Hall
June 24 – Allentown, PA – Croc Rock
June 30 – Honolulu, Hawaii – Blaisdell Hall
July 6 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Revolution Live
July 8 – Orlando, FL – Firestone
July 10 – Pensacola, FL – Vinyl Music Hall

Tickets for the “The Weigh In Tour” can be purchased at Ticketmaster.com


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