Kendrick Lamar To Perform “TPAB” At The Kennedy Center With The National Symphony Orchestra


Kendrick Lamar has graced many stages, but the Compton lyricist will perform cuts from his number one album, To Pimp A Butterfly for the first time at the Kennedy Center backed by the National Symphony Orchestra.

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The one-night performance is slated for Tuesday, October 20, with ticket prices beginning at $35. Members of the Kennedy Center will get first dibs and be able to purchase their tickets Tuesday (September 29) while tickets will go on sale for the general population 10 am, Wednesday September 30.

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This performance is pretty much a big deal, and while K.Dot isn’t the first hip-hop artist to perform at the Kennedy Center, Nas performed his classic Illmatic in 2013, it still shows Kendrick Lamar’s reach as an entertainer and a artist.

Respect to Kendrick.

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