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Tory Lanez Concert

August 1, 2018 @ 7:00 pm


$57 – $102
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You’re going to “LUV” this Tory Lanez Cincinnati Concert. Tickets only start at $57!

 

Have you heard about the Tory Lanez Cincinnati concert? That’s right! Mr. “Say It” himself has officially announced his new tour, Memories Don’t Die, and he is including Cincinnati. Mark your calendar for August 1, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. at Bogart’s.

 

Ticket prices range from $57.00 – $102.00 and can be purchased online, by calling the 513-872-8801 or visiting the Bogart’s Box Office. Presales are happening now and are only available to certain groups. Tickets will be available to the public on Friday, April 6 at 10:00 a.m.

 

For presale, there is a 4 ticket limit. However, there is an 8 ticket limit for this event. This venue is an all General Admission (GA) venue. Also, patrons requesting accessible seating should purchase a regular GA ticket.

 

**Please note: Bogarts does not allow professional photo, video, or audio recording equipment, including detachable lenses, tripods, zooms or commercial use rigs. For additional restrictions and safety information visit Bogarts Safety

 

Purchase your parking ahead of time and save on searching for a space. Use ParkWhiz.

 

This will sell out, so we advise that you get your tickets as soon as possible. If you don’t, all we can say is that we “told you”. Don’t make us “Say it” twice!

 

About Tory Lanez

 

 

Tory Lanez is a songwriter and producer who flits between and fuses R&B and rap. In 2014, his track “The Mission” was his first cut to hit Billboard’s Twitter Emerging Artists chart.

 

In July 2015, after signing an Interscope-affiliation deal with Benny Blanco’s Mad Love label, he released “Say It,” an R&B slow jam sampling Brownstone‘s mid-’90s hit “If You Love Me”. As a result, his Grammy-nominated, dancehall-flavored “Luv”, led to his debut full-length, I Told You.

 

Several singles, including the Future collaboration “Real Thing” led to his second album, Memories Don’t Die.

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