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Official Slaughterhouse Tour / Performance Thread (Updated: 12/18/13)
#51
FROM: http://www.thebossboard.com/article.php?newid=268

Quote:That's right folks, another date has been added to the scaled-down "Rock The Bells" club tour. The latest performance will take place in Washington, DC at the 9:30 Club on Monday August 31st. As usual fans can expect to see performances by Slaughterhouse, Reflection Eternal, Slum Village and Supernatural with Pete Rock handling hosting responsibilities. Tickets to the show will cost fans thirty-five dollars and are available for purchase online. However, if you purchase tickets for Mos Def's August 9th performance, the 9:30 Club is offering five dollars off the "Rock The Bells" show. Make certain that you purchase your tickets as soon as possible to ensure that this show is not pulled off the tour. We are confident that you will not be disappointed in this epic show, so make certain to spread the word. If you are interested in obtaining further information regarding the 9:30 Club please use the link included below. In the mean time, please keep it locked to The B.O.S.S. Board for further information regarding Slaughterhouse and the "Rock The Bells" tour.

Reference: http://www.930.com/concerts/
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#52
FROM: http://www.thebossboard.com/article.php?newid=271

Quote:Once again we are happy to announce that yet another date has been added to the scaled-down "Rock The Bells" club tour. This time around the show is stopping at The House of Blues in Las Vegas, Nevada on Tuesday August 11th. Interestingly enough, not only will Tech N9ne be added to the bill, but this performance will also mark the release of the group's debut album. The performance will surely be one for the history books, so you will not want to miss it. As with other "Rock The Bells" shows, fans should expect to see performances by Reflection Eternal, Slum Village, Supernatural and Pete Rock handling hosting responsibilities. Tickets for the event are now available online between the prices of twenty-six to thirty-one dollars. If you are interested in attending the show, remember you must be escorted by a parent or guardian if you are 16 years of age or younger. If you are interested in obtaining additional information, please use the link included below. In the mean time, keep it locked to The B.O.S.S. Board for more information regarding upcoming shows from Slaughterhouse.

Reference: http://www.houseofblues.com/tickets/even...ntid=59065
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#53
Damnnnnn... I wish we could go to this!! Maybe we should go, see if we could get Crooked I to chill, and go get married and have him be our witness lmao
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#54
LOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL


i think someone wants to marry crook, instead of effex Tongue lol
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#55
fuck man i bought my ticket to the orlando show n everything. should've known too good to be true. Slaughterhouse yall need to come to florida you DO have fans down here in florida.
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#56
(07-21-2009, 04:56 PM)jojorobos link Wrote: fuck man i bought my ticket to the orlando show n everything. should've known too good to be true. Slaughterhouse yall need to come to florida you DO have fans down here in florida.

I had heard at one point that it was canceled due to extremely poor ticket sales.
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#57
FROM: http://www.thebossboard.com/article.php?newid=280

Quote:That's right everyone, another date has been announced for the scaled-down Rock The Bells club tour. This time around the Slaughterhouse crew will be making their way to Minneapolis, Minnesota on Saturday August 22nd. The eighteen-plus performance will take place in the First Avenue & 7th St. Entry club's main room at 5:00PM. As always, Slaughterhouse will be joined on stage by Reflection Eternal, Slum Village and Supernatural with Pete Rock handling the hosting responsibilities. This is a show that you can not afford to miss so make sure to pick up your tickets right away. Tickets are available for thirty dollars in advance or on the day-of-the-show. If you are interested in purchasing tickets ahead of time, this can be accomplished online through the club's website. Additional information is also available online, so please use the link included below to answer any questions you may have. In the mean time, keep it locked to The B.O.S.S. Board for additional updates regarding Slaughterhouse and Rock The Bells.

Reference: http://www.first-avenue.com/
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#58
Anybody here go to the calgary show in canada?

Let see some pics peoples. lol
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#59
I caught them at Rock the Bells before the album dropped, I'm wondering if it'll be worth troopin it to Worcester for that show, I dont really fuck with Tech n9ne like that so I'm wonderin how much stage time Slaughter will get.
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#60
Has there been anymore talk of a european tour for RTB? Its all been a bit quiet, SH said they were in the running for it. Has anyone heard anymore?
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