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Quinn XCII Sends ‘Love’ With Intercontinental Tour

Pollstar – Jonah GeorgeQuinn XCII
Recent Hotstar
Quinn XCII has announced that he will take on a two month, bi-continental tour in 2019 to promote his forthcoming album,
From Michigan With Love.

Summary

  • Jonah GeorgeQuinn XCIIRecent Hotstar Quinn XCII has announced that he will take on a two month, bi-continental tour in 2019 to promote his forthcoming album, From Michigan With Love.
  • The tour, largely promoted by Live Nation, kicks off in Amsterdam Feb.
  • A number of shows at Fillmore and House of Blues, Live Nation owned-venues are branded with “Presented by Cricket Wireless.”
  • Quinn XCII and his team have definitely built the brand into a full-fledged club headliner, as shows from the spring in North America were largely sold out, including a $20,000 gross in San Francisco and a $24,000 gross in Washington, D.C.
  • The dates for the “From Tour With Live” run are listed                                 Ideal                                                                                                         Nouveau Casino2/14/2019 London, UK                          O2 Islington                   Egyptian Room at Old National                 The Fillmore Philadelphia presented by Cricket Wireless2/22/2019 New York, 52/26/2019 Boston,MA                          House of Blues presented by Cricket                 The Fillmore Silver Spring presented by Cricket                     House of Blues Cleveland presented by Cricket                           The Ritz3/5/2019         Atlanta, GA                          The Tabernacle presented by Cricket FL                          House of Blues                       Mercury Ballroom3/12/2019 Nashville, TN                        Marathon Music Works3/14/2019 Grand Rapids, MI                20 Monroe Live3/17/2019 Toronto, ON                          The Phoenix Concert Theatre3/19/2019 St.


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