Bad boy reunion tour coming to mgm grand garden arena saturday, oct. 1

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R&B and hip-hop sensations Puff Daddy, Lil Kim, Mase, French Montana and more will make their way to the MGM Grand Garden Arena Saturday, Oct. 1 for the Bad Boy Reunion Tour. Tickets, starting at $39.50 (not including applicable service charges), go on saleFriday, May 20 at 10 a.m. PDT and can be purchased online atLiveNation.com, AXS.com or any MGM Grand or Mandalay Bay box office. Tickets can also be purchased through the AXS Call Center at 888.929.7849 or MGM Resorts Call Center at 866.740.7711.

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With a combined 38 platinum and multi-platinum selling records and over 400 million units sold worldwide, the Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour will give fans a hit-fueled live experience, bringing their signature styles together for the first time ever.  Fans of PUFF DADDY will not be disappointed, as the mogul takes the stage for hit after hit from his monumental career.  Concert-goers can expect to see their favorite Bad Boy artists like MASE bringing the house down with Bad Boy classics as well as the “First Lady of Bad Boy” FAITH EVANS, who will lend her soulful vocals to fan-favorites like “I’ll Be Missing You.”  She joins the Queen Bee herself, LIL’ KIM, who will deliver vocal punches in “All About the Benjamins.” All three members of R&B super group, TOTAL, Kima Raynor, Keisha Spivey and Pamela Long, as they reunite for the first time ever to represent the fierce ladies behind the Bad Boy empire. Jadakiss, Styles P and Sheek Louch will also come together to reunite as THE LOX, rounding out the hit-filled set list alongside the smooth sounds of the “Peaches and Cream” trio 112 and the R&B stylings of CARL THOMAS and singer-songwriter MARIO WINANS.  FRENCH MONTANA will then take the crowd “All the Way Up,” playing some of his massive hits currently dominating the radio.

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