Moneybagg Yo: Time Served Tour CANCELED
War Memorial Auditorium
Thu, Apr 09 8:30 pm


In response to rising concerns about the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and due to events beyond the control of the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, including the declaration of a Tennessee and federal state of emergency, TPAC will close Andrew Jackson Hall, James K. Polk Theater, Andrew Johnson Theater, and the historic War Memorial Auditorium from March 14 through April 12. We are currently working to reschedule all performances through April 12th that were set to take place in our venues. Your patience with us is greatly appreciated, as this process may take some time. We will directly email patrons regarding the status of each performance as details are confirmed.  Please be patient, as we remain dedicated to presenting as many performances in the future as possible, and it will take some time to work with all scheduled performers.  Questions regarding your performance can be sent to boxoffice@tpac.org.   Moneybagg Yo has kicked off twenty-twenty with a bang, delivering his latest album Time Served last Friday; as of now, it's looking at some nice first week numbers of 65k, according to Akademiks. With a full-scale press run currently underway, Moneybagg has officially announced plans to take his music on the road with the official Time Served tour. The rapper shared the complete dates on his IG page, revealing that Fredo Bang, 42 Dugg, and Blac Zacc would be holding down in a supporting capacity.  Beginning in March, Moneybagg will embark on an extensive North American tour, hitting cities like Indianapolis, Detroit, St. Louis, Chicago, Buffalo, Washington, New York, Atlanta, Nashville, Tampa, and Los Angeles before wrapping at the end of April.-By Mitch Findlay 

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