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$20.00
Limited number of tickets available at this price

GA Skip the Line

$30.00

VIP Meet & Greet

$75.00
Total limit is 10 tickets for all sections combined

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Mail $2.00 -  Please allow 10 days for Mail delivery.
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Doors: 7 p.m. || Show: 8 p.m. || All Ages
$20: Early Bird GA || $25: Advance GA || $30: Skip The Line GA
$2 Minor Fee at the Door

VIP Package includes:
•One general admission ticket
•VIP early entry into the venue
•Exclusive meet & greet with Rittz
•Personal photograph with Rittz
•Custom Rittz CNT lighter
•Specially designed CNT solo cup shooter
•Exclusive Rittz VIP merchandise item
•Official VIP laminate
•Limited availability

::: RITTZ :::

The Atlanta metropolitan area stretches on for at least 30 miles beyond the Georgia Dome and the World of Coke. Peachtree Street (conspicuously void of actual peach trees) stretches up through several counties, changing its name a number of times, confusing the tourists and the transplants. Furthest to the north of the metro area, sits Gwinnett County; sprawling and well-populated by a mix of out-of-towners hoping to indulge in a slice of that oft-mentioned American Pie: a house in a subdivision with a yard for the kids. After closer observation though, it’s apparent that the suburbs of Gwinnett are the digs to many who don’t fit the cookie cutter, Stepford lifestyle. The county, more frequently being referred to as the Northside, boasts both million dollar homes on golf courses as well as drug hubs in neighborhoods riddled with gang activity. The Northside, essentially, is in stark contradiction to itself. Rapper Rittz is the Northside.

Raised in Gwinnett County, Rittz embodies the same level of irony and self-conflict as his hometown. Born into a musical family, he, his twin sister and their brother had always been exposed to the inner workings of music. The fact that their parents were heavily into rock and roll ensured that the kids were always around instruments or in studios. The family moved from small-town Pennsylvania (Waynesburg) to the Atlanta outskirts when he was eight years old, and once Rittz got to junior high, his musical tastes evolved. Atlanta’s booming bass and rap movement had traveled north on I-85 to get the entire metro area jumping. 

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