DUB Show Tour Set to Arrive in Chicago, DJBooth Will Feature Exclusive Coverage

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG Chicago, IL -- After stops in Detroit, Memphis, Miami, Atlanta, Phoenix, Dallas and Charlotte, the 2008 DUB Show Tour will make its way into the Windy City this Saturday.

In addition to the one of a kind custom cars and beautiful women, the tour features a live concert with performances by many of the industries most popular acts. Performing in Chicago this weekend are 2 Pistols, C-Side, Shawty Lo, Willy Northpole, Wiz Khalifa and Webbie. As well as buzz worthy pop artist, Holly Rae, and tour headliner, Ludacris.

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As always, DJBooth.net will be in attendance, talking with your favorite artists and getting the inside scoop on their new music and favorite pimped-out rides.

For complete coverage, including exclusive interviews and photos, of this Saturday’s DUB Show Tour, check back with DJBooth.net on Monday, June 30.


Tour sponsors include Monster Energy, Rockstar Games' Midnight Club Los Angeles, Pirelli Tires, MySpace, and is presented by BUD Light.


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