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GA Dance Floor

$20.00
 - Limit is 4 tickets for this section

Table 10

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 12

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 13

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 20

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 21

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 22

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 23

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 30

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 31

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 32

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 33

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 40

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 41

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 42

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 43

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 50

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 51

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 52

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 53

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 60

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 61

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 62

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.

Table 63

$35.00
Reserved seat at cabaret table. Ticket required for each person sitting at the table.
Total limit is 10 tickets for all sections combined

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This event is 21 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 21 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

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21 AND OLDER

$35 TABLES (Per Seat) $20 GENERAL ADMISSION

A member of one of the original hip-hop crews, Treacherous Three, Kool Moe Dee later became a solo star in his own right in 1986 by teaming with a teenaged Teddy Riley (later famed as the king of new jack swing) on the crossover hit "Go See the Doctor." The single earned him a contract with Jive Records, for which he recorded three successful late-'80s albums, dominated by his skillful speed-raps. A long-running feud with LL Cool J -- who stole his aggressive stance and rapping style, he claims -- gained Kool Moe Dee headlines for awhile, but he began to fade by the early '90s.

With 1987's How Ya Like Me NowDee struck back at the brash young generation who had forsaken their forebears; the cover featured a red Kangol hat -- the prominent trademark of LL Cool J -- being crushed by the wheel of a Jeep. The album went platinum and was followed two years later by the gold-certified Knowledge Is King, for which Dee became the first rapper to perform at the Grammy Awards ceremonies. Also in 1989, Dee worked on two important projects: the single "Self-Destruction," recorded in conjunction with KRS-One's Stop the Violence Movement; and Quincy Jones' all-star Back on the Block LP, which united hip-hop stars with their musical forebears

 

 

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