Thursday, December 5th, 2019

K. Michelle – O.S.D. Tour

B. Rose

$37.50 - $328.13 Get Tickets
Doors: 7:30 PM 18+ Years
K. Michelle – O.S.D. Tour

Event Info

Venue Information:
Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas
The Linq, 3545 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV 89109

ALL TICKET PRICES INCLUDE NEVADA'S 9% LIVE ENTERTAINMENT TAX
$37.50 General Admission, $39.50 General Admission (day of show)
$47.50 Club Level.
$100.00 VIP Meet & Greet (Details below)
 

  • One general admission ticket
  • VIP early entry into the venue
  • Exclusive aftershow meet & greet with K. Michelle
  • Personal photograph with K. Michelle
  • K. Michelle 8x10 glossy photo; autographed
  • VIP meet & greet laminate
  • Limited availability

Each ticket purchased online for the upcoming K. Michelle tour comes with a physical or digital copy of her upcoming new album, All Monsters Are Human. After your ticket purchase you'll receive an additional email in the coming weeks with instructions on how to redeem your album. US/CAN purchasers only. Not Valid for Fan to Fan Resale. Please Note: Not all events will be participating in the album bundle offer. Maximum redemption of four albums per household.
 
All guests must have a valid government/state issued ID for entry to the venue. No refunds. All general admission tickets are standing room only.

 

Tickets purchased in person, subject to $2.00 processing charge.
 

*Advertised times are for doors -- show time not available*

* Venue closes between 12am - 1am unless otherwise noted*

 

Special room discounts via Caesars Hotels & Resorts for traveling fans. For hotel rooms use promo code: BRB15 at www.caesars.com applicable for rooms at The LINQ Hotel and the Flamingo

 

Artist Info

K. Michelle

You never need to guess what might be on her mind...K. Michelle will just tell you. This transparency extends from the artist’s celebrated chart-topping discography as a gold-certified R&B powerhouse to a burgeoning empire as an entrepreneur, restauranteur, founder of No Color No Sound Records, and personality on VH1’s Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood. It also defines her2019fifth full-length and first independent album, All Humans Are Monsters[No Color No Sound/4/4 Records/EntertainmentOne].The Memphis native delivers the same raw, relatable, and real R&B she remains synonymous with. “This isn’t a plaything for me,” she exclaims. “I don’t play games. I’m a grown ass woman. I’m focused onthe things that matter like my family. I chose to be independent. I wanted to see my dollars. I wanted to have the freedom to run my money. I wanted to give fans what they know me for. This is an appreciation of them. This is a real R&B album.”If anybody can make good on such a promise, it’s K. Michelle. To date, she has achieved a total of four consecutive Top 10 entries on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart with Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart [2014] and More Issues Than Vogue[2016] both also bowing at #2 on the BillboardTop 200. Most recently, 2017’s Kimberly: The People I Used To Know incited fervent acclaim. Pitchfork described it as “projecting realness and flaunting considerable vocal chops” and went on to claim,“she gives fewer fucks than she ever did, which results in a vocal commitment that makes her three previous albums look like warm-ups.”She initially made history with the arrival of Rebellious Soul, which made the “highest Top 200 entry for a female R&B singer’s debut since 2001”and scored a gold-selling classic inthe form of“Can’t Raise A Man.” Among numerous honors, she took home a Soul Train Award for “Best New Artist” and an NAACP Image Award for “Outstanding New Artist.” Along the way, she consistently sold out shows coast-to-coast. Not to mention, she starred in Love & Hip Hop: Los Angeles, Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta and Love & Hip Hop: New York in addition to fronting her own successful VH1 series K. Michelle: My Life for three years. She opened Puff &Petals Lounge in Atlanta, became the first African American brand ambassador for Jack Daniels, and joined forces with Home Goods for a 2020 product line. In the midst of this, she faced the toughest battle yet. During an emergency trip to the hospital in 2018, doctors found silicone from black market injections floating freely down her legs, corroding tissue and bordering on life-threatening. Four surgeries and two blood transfusions followed before her triumphant return to the stage in a wheelchair. Living through this ordeal inspired the latest body of work.

 

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