Bone Thugs N Harmony Tour 2013
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony will hit the road soon as part of a continuation of the Rock the Bells tour series the group began last year.
The tour will kick off on Valentine’s Day at W.O.W. Hall in Eugene, Ore., and will continue at least through a show on March 29 at the Vogue in Indianapolis. The group will also hit Portland; Seattle; Santa Cruz, California; San Francisco; Austin; Houston; Dallas; Corpus Christi, Texas and Washington, D.C., among other cities.
“The road has been amazing ever since we started this back in August with our first Rock the Bells show, ” the group posted on its Facebook wall. “Because the support has been so strong out there we have decided to keep it going.”
There likely will be further dates added to the schedule in the near future, as the group promises to announce “a dozen more shows in the next couple of days, ” and says New York and Chicago shows will be among those added.
All five original members of the group will be part of the tour, and the quintet began touring last year to celebrate their 20th anniversary.
“Now that the official reunion dates have been confirmed, I really look forward to getting back out there and reaching our fans and giving them what they been wanting for a very long time, and that’s a tour with all five members, ” said group member Krazyie Bone before the beginning of the tour last year. “It’s going to be historical, mark my words.”
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