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Lizzo Cincinnati Concert

July 26 @ 8:00 pm


U.S. Bank Arena

$25 – $60
Lizzo Cincinnati Concert
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Photo credit: U.S. Bank Arena Official Website

Do you like Hip Hop? Pop? Flutes? Well, she has it all! Tickets for the Lizzo Cincinnati concert start at $25.

The highly anticipated Lizzo Cincinnati concert feature Cincinnati’s own Round2Crew plus a special appearance by Aaya Sexton, Chasity Marie, Jessica Dimon and Sarah Jessica Darker. Lizzo has taken the music scene by storm with both critical and fan acclaim. The Texas-raised artist raised her superstardom with the release of her most recent album “Cuz I Love You” featuring her hit single “Juice”.

 

Tickets for this event are $25 – $60 and can be purchased online and at the U.S. Bank Arena Box Office. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
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About Lizzo
While Lizzo’s career has really popped off this past year, she’s not an overnight success. The 31-year-old flutist/singer has been hustling to make her dreams come true for years. It was hard at first, she admits, to be front and center in the spotlight. She said she had to trust God that this is where she was supposed to be.

 

Lizzo got into her time growing up in Houston, saying she was teased a lot back then. Ultimately, though, it was just part of the “long process” in learning to love herself. When asked if she had insecurities growing up, Lizzo said everybody does and that it’s impossible not to with how the media portrays and comments on people’s appearances.

 

Another topic Lizzo wasn’t afraid to get into was her experiences dealing with f**k boys. Her new album Cuz I Love You was largely inspired by her own breakup with a f**k boy. She calls her album “more of a self-empowering album” than anything else. “When you’re breaking up, you wonder how to get back on top so you can say I’m 100% that b***h,” she explained. Now her type is “bad b***es” only.

 

There’s no denying Lizzo’s music career is going places, but you may be surprised to learn she’s getting into the acting game, as well. She’s been tapped to make a cameo in the upcoming film Hustlers, which stars other music industry heavyweights like Jennifer Lopez and Cardi B. She didn’t give too much away about her role in the highly anticipated stripper/heist film, though she did reveal she’ll be pole dancing in the movie. Lizzo says she’s “surprisingly naturally talented” at the art of pole dancing.

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