Talib Kweli & David Banner On The Road for “The Flow TV Hip Hop Live!” Tour

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG New York, NY-- Sony has been announced as the sponsor for this year's Hip Hop Live! Tour, which will feature performances by Talib Kweli, David Banner, Little Brother, and B.o.B. (as well as surprise guest appearances in various cities), all with the backing of the Rhythm Roots All Stars, a distinguished collective of the industry's best musicians. If the star-studded lineup isn't enough to convince you to get your tickets now, then perhaps this will: Sony plans to give each and every ticket holder a free pair of their EX earbud headphones. To see when the 2008 Hip Hop Live! Tour will be coming to your city, check out the tour dates below.

Tour Dates:
(w/ BOB supporting)

10/18/08 ATHENS, GA GEORGIA THEATRE

10/19/08 ASHEVILLE, NC ORANGE PEEL

10/20/08 WASHINGTON, DC 9:30 CLUB

10/21/08 PHILADELPHIA, PA TROCADERO

10/24/08 BOSTON, MA SHOWCASE LIVE! (TALIB KWELI ONLY)

10/25/08 NEW YORK, NY NOKIA THEATRE

For more information please visit www.sony.com/hiphoplivetour.

Talib Kweli   David Banner   Little Brother   Concerts

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