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Tuffhouse presents: The Lox live in Edmonton at Encore [News]

Edmonton, AB – On May 10, our friends over at Tuffhouse bring The Lox to Encore at WEM (8882 – 170 St NW). And it is going to be too good to handle. In case you missed it – Sheek Louch actually just rolled through the YEG last month to accompany the legend Ghostface Killah at the Iron Mic Music Festival (shameless self promotion: peep the photos from their set over here).

But this time around, Louch returns with Jadakiss and Styles P for a Lox reign of supremacy. Can’t even handle it. And what’s more – Peter Jackson is rolling through on this tour, too. Local support for the evening will be provided by Rome Angel, Baby Beretta, C.E.O., Deuce Fantastick, Tox, Blackson Gutta, and the Tuffhouse Crew, with DJ Reno and Guess DJing throughout the night. Peep more details and check the official event flyer after the jump.

Tuffhouse presents: The Lox live in Edmonton at Encore [News] -

Tuffhouse presents: The Lox live in Edmonton at Encore [News] -

Doors open at 9 p.m. Tickets are $55 (general admission) or $70 (VIP admission). You can purchase tickets online, as well as at FS Skate & Snow, ROZ Urbanwear, Foosh, Soundproof Studio, and JustMuzik. There are limited VIP meet-and-greet tickets available for $120. If you’re interested in purchasing those, holler at the Tuffhouse fam at 780-729-4230. And head over to the event’s official Facebook page for more details.

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