Ludacris Will Headline This Year's Dallas Observer St. Patrick's Day Concert

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LUDA!
St. Patrick's Day in Dallas is a quiet celebration of our Irish heritage and Catholic faith. Just a couple friends wearing matching outfits and standing in the street. No reason you wouldn't remember last year, but just in case you have it looked sort of like this.

To these proceedings the Dallas Observer will bring a concert, as we have for the last several years. Again, no reason related to the mass consumption of beer that you'll have forgotten this, but in 2013 our headliner was Snoop Dogg (he'll be in town next week, incidentally). And on Saturday, March 15, we'll stumble our way up Greenville to spend some quality time with Southern hip-hop legend Ludacris.

Presale tickets are $15, and they'll be on sale starting next Tuesday, February 11 at 10 a.m. via Ticket Fly. To access the presale code, sign up for the Observer music newsletter or SMS list, which you can do here.

We'll announce the rest of the lineup in the coming weeks. But they will be supporting Ludacris: The man from Atlanta who defied early label apathy to become one of the most commercially successful rappers ever. The man who brought you classics like "Southern Hospitality and is probably hip-hop's greatest chorus writer. He's capable of silly and of blinding lyrical chops, and also all those Fast and Furious movies. He is also one of the single most entertaining stage musicians working. It should be yet another St. Patrick's Day to not remember.

Dallas Observer and House of Blues Entertainment Present:
St Patrick's Day Concert Featuring Ludacris

Saturday, March 15
Energy Square Parking Lot (Corner of Greenville Avenue & University Boulevard)
Tickets: $15 in advance or $20 day of show. Presale code via newsletter signup.
Gates at Noon
21+ Only
Rain or Shine

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13 comments
lilredhead167
lilredhead167

Wow!

Seems like the ones who are commenting on here negatively are the ones most likely to cause issues. You have issues with this genres of music sober so add beer to this & we see the result! Don't like it, don't go!

lilredhead167
lilredhead167

Wow!

Seems like the ones who are commenting on here negatively are the ones most likely to cause issues. You have issues with this genres of music sober so add beer to this & we see the result! Don't like it, don't go!

ragetweets
ragetweets

Dumb.  Get someone relevant.  No one wants to hear rap music on St. Pattys day.

headboymusik
headboymusik

After the St. Patricks Day Concert, Get Ready to come to Club Icon! 2014 Spring Fling Celebrity Takeover! Featuring Young Dro and a Special Guest! You Don't Want To Miss it!

johnnyconcierge
johnnyconcierge

Last year was great. Hope this year is as well. Is A.dD+ gonna be there again? They killed it.

epicmale
epicmale

I'm sure Saint Patrick will be honored by the lyrics and open hate.

kergo1spaceship
kergo1spaceship

@ragetweets  


nothing will ingnite an OVERdrunk SP crowd like some dumb rapping......hope they have plenty of cops ready.  I'll be on the north end of that shite; and home before the drunks start hitting the road.  It was so cool when it was just a couple hundred folks; now it's full of The Yup, the frau, the indignant and the gang......why "do" sh=t have to change for the worse? 

lilredhead167
lilredhead167

I'm sorry, no I havnt. I don't drink at all.

But, I can grasp what your saying!

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