3Twenty Tour Brings Hip-hop Legends to Sydney

3Twenty Tour Brings Hip-hop Legends to Sydney
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It’s a rare opportunity for three hip-hop legends to come together to perform. It’s even rarer to go through a hip-hop time machine and listen to popular tracks from two decades ago live; yet, for one show only on June 25th, Sydneysiders can go back in time on the 3Twenty Tour. 

Twenty years ago, hip hop legends Xzibit, D12, and Obie Trice all released chart topping albums that are still loved to this day. To celebrate this momentous period in hip-hop history, these three artists are joining together to tour multiple cities in Australia and perform their hit tracks. 

Xzibit’s Man vs. Machine debuted at number 3 on the Billboard 200. Since then, the album has been certified gold and is a standard for modern hip-hop. His music is credited for its futuristic beat and has been well-received by all who listen to it. Considering that Xzibit is also an actor with many notable films under his belt, his stage presence is guaranteed to be entertaining. 

D12, short for The Dirty Dozen, is an American hip-hop group from Detroit that has been around producing popular tracks since 1996. D12’s iconic D12 World has multiple hit singles like “Git Up’, “My Band”, and “How Come”, just to name a few. 

Obie Trice wrote and recorded his worldwide chart-topping album Cheers while signed to Eminem’s label Shady Records. Multi-platinum, Cheers has an impressive feature lineup from other popular hip-hop names such as Eminem, Nate Dogg, Lloyd Banks, 50 Cent, Dr. Dre, and more. 

The 3Twenty Australian tour

The group is kicking off their Down Under tour today (June 20th) in Adelaide, making their way through Brisbane and Melbourne before coming to the Enmore Theatre in Sydney on June 25th. 

For the nostalgic and hip-hop lovers, this concert is an opportunity to see multiple hip-hop legends all in one night, and shouldn’t be missed.  

3Twenty Tour will be at Enmore Theatre on June 25th, at 7:30 pm. Tickets start at $129 per person. 

More information about tickets can be found at destroyalllines.com

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