'Legends of Southern Hip Hop' Juvenile, Too Short, Trick Daddy, more coming to the USF Sun Dome in Tampa
Get ready for one of the year's biggest, most booming nights of Southern hip hop.
Tampa's USF Sun Dome on Monday announced that a new "Legends of Southern Hip Hop" concert will take place there on April 23, with a lineup that includes Juvenile (Back That Azz Up), Too Short (The Ghetto), 8Ball and MJG (Space Age Pimpin'), Trick Daddy (Let's Go), Project Pat (Chickenhead) and Pastor Troy (Vice Versa), among others.
Despite the presence of West Coast native Too Short, above, this is a lineup that represents much of the Dirty South bass, bombast and crunk sounds from cities like New Orleans, Atlanta, Memphis and Miami. And don't be surprised if one or more acts get added to the lineup down the line.
Tickets to the show are $49.75 and up, and they go on sale Feb. 12. Click here for details.
-- Jay Cridlin