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Atmosphere to Hit the Henry Fonda in May; Tickets on Sale Today
The duo of Ant and Slug are heading back out on the road this spring for a 19 show North American tour to support their highly anticipated sixth official studio album, When Life Gives You Lemons, You Paint That Shit Gold. On May 6th and 7th, Atmosphere brings their unique brand of Midwestern underground hip hop to Hollywood's Henry Fonda for back-to-back nights of backpack rap.
Tickets to see the group that has become the face of the thriving Minneapolis hip hop scene do not go on sale to the general public until March 1st. However, a select number of tickets are available today at noon through Ducat King.
The Twin Cities duo will kick off their "When Life Gives You Lemons, We Paint Your City Gold Tour," in Chicago on April 22nd, the same day the album hits stores.
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