Get Ready For The Fifth Annual Art, Beats + Lyrics Tour!By Noisey Staff
The fine people at Gentleman Jack Rare Tennessee Whiskey are bringing their Art, Beats + Lyrics show series on the road for the fifth year in a row. The eight-stop tour will showcase up-and-coming visual artists alongside musical performances by such hip-hop legends as Scarface of the Geto Boys and Shock G of Digital Underground. You'll also be able to catch dubsteppers Mansions on the Moon as you sip on a classic cocktail provided by Gentleman Jack and tinker with cutting-edge digital art like the pop-up Stop Motion Photo Area and Digi-Graf Digital Spray Painting.
Sounds pretty nifty, right? Well, if you want in, the series is 21+ and invite-only, so check out the flyer below for more info on how you can be a part of the Art, Beats + Lyrics experience! You can also head over to GentlemanJackABL.com for more details.
Gentleman Jack’s Art, Beat + Lyrics National Tour
Atlanta – The Compound – Friday, September 14
Dallas – Palladium Ballroom — Thursday, September 20
Houston – Warehouse Live — Thursday, September 27
Los Angeles – Union Station — Friday, October 5
New York – Terminal 5 — Thursday, November 8
Washington D.C. – Andrew Mellon Auditorium — Friday, November 16
Miami – LMNT – Wednesday, December 5
St. Louis – Neo on Locust – Friday, December 14
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