Win Tickets to See Meth & Red and More on the “World Wide Rollers” Tour [Contest]

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The Smoker’s Club has just announced the lineup and dates for their fifth annual tour, kicking off October 14, in Providence, R.I. at Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel. The world’s largest hot-box will be headlined by multi-Platinum recording artists Method Man & Redman, with a supporting cast of B-Real (from the Grammy nominated Cypress Hill), Taylor Gang’s Berner, and new Cinematic signee (and DJBooth Top ProspectMick Jenkins.

The 37-city U.S. Tour will wrap up November 26, at New York City’s Best Buy Theater.

We in the Booth have gotten our hands on tickets to five stops on the tour, which we'll soon be giving away to lucky readers.

Keep it locked to find out which dates and learn how to enter. Or, if you just can't wait, click here to purchase advance tickets to any show on the tour itinerary.

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