Nelly, the multi-platinum, three-time Grammy winning artist, today announced his Fall Concert Series, a musical experience showcasing the on-stage fusion of country, hip-hop, rap, and R&B with a “rock n’ roll presentation.” Nelly will be traveling with a full live band, a multi-million-dollar production package, and some of country music’s biggest rising stars supporting this show.
The tour will come to the North Charleston Performing Arts Center on December 2nd. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, July 30th at 10 am at Ticketmaster.com.
This unique production stems from the celebration of Nelly’s 20-year anniversary of the RIAA certified Diamond record Country Grammar earlier this year when fans were gifted with the digital release of a live, full band production of the complete album, not to mention his continued commercial success in country music. Whether fans are attending to hear the classics or his most recent hits like “Cool Again” with Kane Brown, “Good Times Roll” with Jimmie Allen and “Lil Bit” with Florida Georgia Line, Nelly is ready to shake up the live music scene with this show that is sure to have a little something for everybody.
Nelly will hit the road just in time to celebrate the release of Heartland, his country inspired EP that he likes to call a collection of “country club-bangers.”
Harper Grace, a rising pop-country artist, will open for the entirety of the concert series. Jimmie Allen will also perform at the North Charleston show. Other support acts will be announced in the upcoming weeks.
Registration for pre-sale will begin on July 27th at 10 am at www.nelly.net. Tickets for the general public will go on sale Friday, July 30th at 10 am at Ticketmaser.com. A limited number of VIP packages and experiences will be available. These offers include preferred seating, exclusive merchandise, meet and greet opportunities, and more.
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