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Bell Biv DeVoe, SWV, And En Vogue Are Going On Tour
Fans of classic RB, get ready for a sonic treat because it’s been announced that Bell Biv DeVoe, SWV, and En Vogue are coming to a city near you on their “Three Stripes Tour” across the U.S.
The 16-city tour will kick off on Saturday, May 13 in Jacksonville, Fla., stopping in Atlanta, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, and Detroit, before coming to a close Aug. 6 in Columbia, Md.
Interestingly enough, the tour comes following the release of BBD’s highly-anticipated Three Stripes LP, which dropped in January. In addition, SWV is promoting their Still album and En Vogue is in the works on dropping their own project, Electric Café.
Next week @OfficialBBD x @OfficialSWV x@EnVogueMusic start the biggest tour of the summer!
Get your tickets ?https://t.co/L6SOY6PqkQ
— eOne Music (@eOneMusicUS) May 11, 2017
While the tour will feature all three acts for most the run, En Vogue will not be gracing the stage in St. Louis, Houston, and Chicago.
Take a look at the full list of show dates below, and cop your tickets here.
THREE STRIPES TOUR DATES
May 13 – Metropolitan Park – Jacksonville, FL
May 14 – Mahaffey Theater – St. Petersburg, FL
May 20 – Wolf Creek Amphitheater – Atlanta, GA
May 26 – Foxwoods Resort Casino – Mashantucket, CT
May 27 – Seneca Niagara Casino Hotel – Niagara Falls, NY
June 1 – Mann Center for the Performing Arts – Philadelphia, PA
June 2 – Kings Theater – Brooklyn, NY
June 9 – Verizon Theatre – Dallas, TX
June 10 – First Security Amphitheater – Little Rock, AR
June 16 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – St. Louis, MO*
June 17 – Providence Amphitheater – Kansas City, MO
July 2 – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – Houston, TX*
July 22 – Firstmerit Bank Pavilion – Chicago, IL*
July 28 – Cincinnati Music Festival – Cincinnati, OH
July 29 – Chene Park Amphitheater – Detroit, MI
Aug. 6 – Merriweather Post Pavilion – Columbia, MD