50 Cent Announces U.S. ‘Invitation’ Tour

By on April 26, 2010 in

Rapper, entrepreneur and producer Curtis Jackson, better known by stage name 50 Cent just recently announced plans to hit up venues in major U.S. cities this summer starting Friday, May 28th at the Wolstein Center in Cleveland. He will conclude his run at the Atlantic City House of Blues June 25th after taking the stage at Boston’s very own House of Blues on Lansdowne street. Other cities expecting to play host to Jackson include Detroit, Chicago, New York City, Denver, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Dallas and Atlanta.

50 Cent is working to support his upcoming studio album Black Magic. The mega-rapper has said for this particular project to be “more up-tempo, more dance” after finding inspiration while touring in Europe in 2009. Monica, Soulja Boy Tell’Em and Lloyd Banks will take part in select shows.

50 is best recognized through his 2003 and 2005 records Get Rich or Die Trying and The Massacre. Both albums went on to reach multi-platinum status, selling a combined twenty-six million copies worldwide. His most well known songs to date are “In Da Club,” “Disco Inferno,” “How We Do” and “Candy Shop.” Check the complete list of tour dates below. 50 Cent tickets are now available!

50 Cent Schedule and Tickets:

May 28  Cleveland, OH  Wolstein Center 
May 29  Detroit, MI  Chene Park 
May 30  Chicago, IL  UIC Pavilion 
June 1  Denver, CO  Fillmore Auditorium 
June 3  San Francisco, CA  Warfield Theatre 
June 4  Los Angeles, CA  Club Nokia 
June 6  Las Vegas, NV  Pearl Concert Theater 
June 7  Phoenix, AZ  Celebrity Theatre 
June 10  Kansas City, MO  The Midland by AMC 
June 11  Dallas, TX  The Music Hall at Fair Park 
June 12  Houston, TX  Arena Theatre 
June 15  Miami Beach, FL  Fillmore at Jackie Gleason Theater 
June 17  Atlanta, GA  The Tabernacle 
June 18  North Myrtle Beach, SC  House of Blues 
June 22  New York, NY  Hammerstein Ballroom 
June 23  Wallingford, CT  The Oakdale Theatre 
June 24  Boston, MA  House of Blues
June 25  Atlantic City, NJ  House of Blues


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