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Admiral Live presents: Lloyd Banks live in Barrie on May 30 [News]

Barrie, ON – On May 30, our friends over at Admiral Live team up with B101 to bring G-Unit’s legendary East Coast rap cat, Lloyd Banks, to Sound Empire (46 Dunlop St West). Say it with me, now: G-g-g-g-g-g…G-Unit! The show itself is going down in Barrie. But the Admiral Live fam invites everyone from the GTA and beyond to check the show. They’ve even partnered with the Comfort Inn location on Hart Drive for the evening. So if you’re coming in from out of town, get some of that Barrie hospitality and call the Comfort Inn at (705) 722-3600. Because comfort.

Opening support for the evening will be provided by Harvey Stripes, iLLvibe, Diaz, Urban Havoc, and Gee Wunder. Early bird tickets are already sold out but you can still cop your advance tickets for $29.95 – $32.50. Tickets are available for purchase online, as well as at Tropical North Surf Shop (42 Dunlop St East).

And if you want to get in on some fancy pantsy bottle or booth service, text (705)-309-0638. Doors open at 9 p.m. This is a 19-plus event, so make sure you have your ID on you. Peep the show flyer after the jump, and head over to the event’s official Facebook page for more details.

Lloyd Banks rolls through Barrie on May 30 [News] -

Lloyd Banks rolls through Barrie on May 30 [News] -

Twitter: @LloydBanks | @AdmiralLive

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