Tech N9ne Announces 68 Stop Strictly Strange Tour

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Indie music mogul and road warrior TECH N9NE is back on tour this spring on his Strictly Strange Tour 2017, along with labelmates Krizz Kaliko, Stevie Stone, and Ces Cru. The Kansas City powerhouse also just released a Strange Music collaboration album, titled Dominion, on April 7.

Tech N9ne has seen tremendous success over his tenure in the music industry, even being named as one of Forbes Magazine’s Cash Kings of Hip-Hop multiple times. In 2016, the RIAA announced that two more of the music veteran’s records, “Fragile” and “Hood Go Crazy” had been certified gold, after “Caribou Lou” had been named gold in 2013. Tech continues to be a force to be reckoned with, and his talent continually recognized by fans and industry heavyweights alike. Even Elton John and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson are fans. Watch The Rock talk about Tech N9ne being one of his musical inspirations on Anderson Cooper, and check out this article of the Rocket Man recently shopping for records and specifically requesting Tech N9ne’s catalog.

Tech N9ne and Strange Music have become well known across the United States, and the world, for their unmatched touring operation. Pollstar, which covers the music touring business, recently praised Tech and Strange Music on their tour prowess, saying, “Tech is known for his prolific touring schedules and dynamic live show. He founded Strange Music with Travis O’Guin in 2000, and the label has built an independent empire with a stable of hungry artists, a thriving tour business, and its own merchandise production facilities.”

Strange Music also released a new tour video for the massive tour, check it out on their YouTube channel here.

Strange Music had another year of successful albums releases in 2016, including Tech N9ne’s The Storm album, released on December 9. It debuted at the No. 3 Independent Album in the country, the No. 4 project on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No. 9 on the Billboard 200. Krizz Kaliko released his Go album in April 2016, which displayed his multi-faceted skills as both a rapper and singer. Stevie Stone will release his new album on April 28 of this year, and rap duo Ces Cru dropped their Catastrophic Event Specialists album on February 10.

Tickets and VIP packages can be purchased by visiting StrangeVIP.com.

The Strictly Strange Tour 2017 Dates:

3.22.17 OMAHA, NE SLOWDOWN
3.23.17 DAVENPORT, IA DANCELAND BALLROOM
3.24.17 SAINT PAUL, MN MYTH
3.25.17 GREEN BAY, WI SANDLOT ENTERTAINMENT COMPLEX
3.26.17 SIOUX FALLS, SD THE DISTRICT
3.28.17 RAPID CITY, SD RUSHMORE PLAZA CIVIC CENTER
3.29.17 BILLINGS, MT THE PUB STATION
3.30.17 MISSOULA, MT THE WILMA
3.31.17 SPOKANE, WA KNITTING FACTORY
4.01.17 SEATTLE, WA SHOWBOX SODO
4.02.17 PORTLAND, OR ROSELAND THEATER
4.03.17 EUGENE, OR MCDONALD THEATRE
4.04.17 ROSEBURG, OR DOUGLAS COUNTY FAIR
4.05.17 BOISE, ID KNITTING FACTORY
4.06.17 SALT LAKE CITY, UT THE COMPLEX
4.07.17 FORT COLLINS, CO AGGIE THEATRE
4.08.17 DENVER, CO THE FILLMORE
4.09.17 GRAND JUNCTION, CO MESA THEATER & CLUB
4.11.17 BERKELEY, CA THE UC THEATRE
4.12.17 FRESNO, CA SELLAND ARENA
4.13.17 SACRAMENTO, CA ACE OF SPADES
4.14.17 SANTA CRUZ, CA THE CATALYST CLUB
4.15.17 LOS ANGELES, CA THE BELASCO
4.16.17 ANAHEIM, CA HOUSE OF BLUES
4.17.17 SAN DIEGO, CA HOUSE OF BLUES
4.19.17 LAS VEGAS, NV HOUSE OF BLUES
4.20.17 FLAGSTAFF, AZ THE ORPHEUM
4.21.17 TUCSON, AZ THE RIALTO THEATRE
4.22.17 TEMPE, AZ MARQUEE THEATRE
4.23.17 ALBUQUERQUE, NM EL REY THEATRE
4.25.17 OKLAHOMA CITY, OK DIAMOND BALLROOM
4.26.17 AUSTIN, TX EMO’S
4.27.17 SAN ANTONIO, TX AZTEC THEATRE
4.28.17 DALLAS, TX GAS MONKEY LIVE!
4.29.17 HOUSTON, TX HOUSE OF BLUES
5.02.17 PENSACOLA, FL VINYL MUSIC HALL
5.03.17 ORLANDO, FL CLUB 578
5.04.17 ST. PETERSBURG, FL JANNUS LIVE
5.05.17 FORT LAUDERDALE, FL CULTURE ROOM
5.06.17 JACKSONVILLE, FL MAVERICKS LIVE
5.07.17 CHARLOTTE, NC THE FILLMORE
5.08.17 RALEIGH, NC RITZ
5.09.17 NORFOLK, VA THE NORVA
5.10.17 BALTIMORE, MD SOUNDSTAGE
5.11.17 SAYREVILLE, NJ STARLAND BALLROOM
5.12.17 NEW YORK, NY PLAYSTATION THEATER
5.13.17 WORCESTER, MA THE PALLADIUM
5.14.17 PHILADELPHIA, PA THE TROCADERO
5.15.17 PITTSBURGH, PA STAGE AE
5.16.17 BUFFALO, NY TOWN BALLROOM
5.17.17 CLEVELAND, OH HOUSE OF BLUES
5.18.17 COLUMBUS, OH NEWPORT MUSIC HALL
5.19.17 DETROIT, MI THE FILLMORE DETROIT
5.20.17 INDIANAPOLIS, IN THE EGYPTIAN ROOM
5.21.17 GRAND RAPIDS, MI 20 MONROE LIVE
5.23.17 LOUISVILLE, KY MERCURY BALLROOM
5.24.17 NASHVILLE, TN MARATHON MUSIC WORKS
5.25.17 CHICAGO, IL HOUSE OF BLUES
5.26.17 ST. LOUIS, MO THE PAGEANT
5.27.17 MILWAUKEE, WI THE RAVE/EAGLES CLUB
5.28.17 WEST DES MOINES, IA VAL AIR BALLROOM
5.30.17 COLUMBIA, MO THE BLUE NOTE
6.01.17 TULSA, OK CAINS BALLROOM
6.02.17 WICHITA, KS THE COTILLION
6.04.17 KANSAS CITY, MO THE MIDLAND
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