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Joey Badass and Pro Era Beastcoastal Canadian Tour Dates [News]

Brooklyn, NY – Up and coming rapper from New York, Joey Badass and hip-hop collective Pro Era (which he is apart of) kick off their Beastcoastal Tour in Portland, Oregon next week on March 21st. The tour, which also features Flatbush Zombies, The Underachievers and DJ Statik Selektah will be traveling from the West Coast to the East coast for 24 shows, which includes 5 Canadian cities. On March 22nd the tour will be in Whistler, B.C then moves down to Vancouver on the 23rd, Montreal on April 5th, Ottawa on April 6th and Hamilton on April 7th. So far the openers include, Jimmy B and F. Printz in Ottawa and The Antiheroes, Raz Fresco, Bosquiat Clique, T.Y, and Slur in Hamilton.

To all our West Coast readers, Timbre Concerts and HipHopCanada are giving away a pair of tickets to the Whistler and Vancouver shows. Click Buy tickets here for full details on how to enter the contest.

For more information on all the Canadian tour dates and to see the flyer for Central Canada, hit the jump.

News: Joey Badass and Pro Era Beastcoastal Canadian Tour Dates -

News: Joey Badass and Pro Era Beastcoastal Canadian Tour Dates -

Canadian Tour Dates

March 22, Whistler @ Garfinkel’s
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March 23, Vancouver @ Vogue Theatre
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April 5, Montreal @ Cabaret Underworld
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April 6, Ottawa @ Ritual Nightclub
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April 7, Hamilton @ Club Absinthe
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For more information on Pro Era visit

Twitter: @joeyBADASS_ | @thefckingera | @FlatbushZombies | @THEUALIFESTYLE | @StatikSelekt

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