Mass Concerts and Tsongas Center Present Wu-Tang Clan 25th Anniversary Tour

Mass Concerts and Tsongas Center Present Wu-Tang Clan 25th Anniversary Tour

Mass Concerts and Tsongas Center Present Wu-Tang Clan 25th Anniversary Tour

MassConcerts and Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell proudly announce WU-TANG CLAN, live, in concert for one night only, Friday, November 2, 2018. The legendary group is on tour celebrating the 25thanniversary of their debut album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), which they will perform in its entirety. The concert takes place at the Tsongas Center, located at300 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way, in Lowell, MA. Tickets range from $49 to 99 and may be purchased by calling 866.722.8780 or by visiting here.

"It's been awhile since we've done [the whole album], since the early 2000s, maybe," Inspectah Deck told Billboard. "It's 25 years, man, and we stood the test of time and we're still proving ourselves -- and people still appreciate you like that, which is dope. So it's gonna be fun. We're definitely gonna give you the business, 'cause that's what Wu-Tang does. We get up there and keep the essence of hip-hop alive. We made our music just to be a voice for the voiceless, and that's what we continue to be 25 years later, so when we get up there, don't expect a lot of Cristal popping. When you come to our show, you want some food for thought, and we've got our aprons on."

About Wu Tang Clan

Twenty-five years ago, the Wu-Tang Clan changed hip-hop music forever. Bursting onto the music scene with the release of Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), the group quickly became recognized for its innovative beats and clever lyrics, as well as the diverse personalities and talents that make up its nine member hip-hop group. The Wu Tang Clan has released seven gold and platinum studio albums with worldwide sales of more than 40 million. With the release of their debut album in 1993 songs like "C.R.E.A.M and "Protect Ya Neck" introduced hip-hop pioneer, The RZA, as a groundbreaking hip hop craftsman. With lyrics that combine the reality of 1990s New York and the world of martial arts, the Wu-Tang Clan has created a unique mythology that captures the hearts of fans worldwide.

About MassConcerts

MassConcerts, New England's second largest concert promoter, has been delivering the hottest names in music to an extensive audience throughout New England and New York for over 25 years. A solid track record, excellent reputation, and continual efforts are just some of the reasons why MassConcerts continues to grow and develop on a consistent basis and upward scale. With a strong network of venues within a vast array of geographic locations, as well as solid relationships with some of the world's largest talent agencies representing the most sought-after recording artists alive today, MassConcerts is able to route talent throughout the New England and New York areas effectively, efficiently, and successfully.

https://www.massconcerts.com/

About Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell

Opened and dedicated on Jan. 27, 1998, the center proudly bears the name of the late Senator Paul E. Tsongas, a Lowell native. We are one of Massachusetts finest venues providing quality entertainment for all ages. The center is home to the NCAA Division I UMass-Lowell River Hawks Hockey and Basketball teams. In addition to exciting hockey action, the center hosts concerts, family shows, sporting events, tradeshows and conferences. Some of the world's biggest stars have performed before capacity crowds. We can seat 6,500 patrons for hockey and up to 7,800 for concerts without losing the intimate feeling needed for a memorable experience. The Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell is a full service, multi-purpose venue serving the region. It also features a beautifully landscaped outdoor area, function rooms overlooking the Merrimack River and a spacious lobby. The center is perfect for all types of events - whether they be business meetings or major shows! The venue also now boasts a state-of-the-art video board, 500 Feet of LED signage, and a brand-new sound system.

http://www.tsongascenter.com/

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