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PRhyme Announce Their Upcoming Tour Dates

By Sermon

PRhyme's self-titled debut album is in stores and on iTunes today. It's a great little album that doesn't suffer from tracks that should have been left off. You can stream it before you buy it, too. Celebration is definitely in order, but the duo of Royce and Premier aren't letting that slow down their plans.

In addition to a magnificent album, they'll embark on a 24-date tour that starts in February and goes until SXSW in late March. Want to see them live? Check the dates below. Tickets will be on sale starting December 12. Are you going to be attending this tour?

Feb. 18           Baltimore, MD            Soundstage

Feb. 19           Washington, DC         Howard Theatre

Feb. 20           Philadelphia, PA        Underground Arts

Feb. 21           Boston, MA                 Middle East

Feb. 22           New York, NY             Highline Ballroom

Feb. 24           Cleveland, OH            Grog Shop

Feb. 25           Toronto, Canada       Tattoo Queen West

Feb. 26           Ann Arbor, MI            Blind Pig

Feb. 27           Chicago, Il                   Reggies

Feb. 28           Madison, WI               High Saloon

Mar. 01           Minneapolis, MN       Fineline

Mar. 03           Denver, CO                  Blue Bird

Mar. 04           Salt Lake City, UT      Urban Lounge

Mar. 06           Seattle, WA                 Croc

Mar. 07           Vancouver, Canada   Fortune Sound Club

Mar. 08           Portland, OR               Hawthorne Theatre

Mar. 10           Sacramento, CA         Harlows

Mar. 11           Oakland, CA                New Parish

Mar. 12           Orange County, CA   Constellation Room

Mar. 13           Los Angeles, CA         Dragon Fly

Mar. 14           Tucson, AZ                  The Rock

Mar. 17           Dallas, TX                    Trees

Mar. 18           Houston, TX                WLS

Mar. 19           Austin, TX                    SXSW

Mar. 20           Austin, TX                    SXSW

Mar. 21           Austin, TX                    SXSW

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