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Atlantic Records Set To Host Access Granted HBCU Tour

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has partnered with Live Nation for the first ever Access Granted HBCU Tour. In hopes of increasing awareness among some of their new signees including Ayanis, Bri Steves, K’Ron and Reco Havoc.

The tour kicked off at Morgan State (October 4th) and is to conclude at Grambling State (November 2nd).

“[I’m] grateful for opportunities like this,” K’ron tells Billboard. “It’s taught me that consistency pays off even for new artists smack out the gate! I’m really looking forward to rocking the stage with my fellow Atlantic artists and vibing out with the students at these world famous historically black college institutions.” 

If you would like your school to be included on the tour, send an email to [email protected] for further information.

ATLANTIC RECORDS AND LIVE NATION URBAN PRESENT ACCESS GRANTED: HBCU TOUR

10/4               Access Granted: HBCU Tour @ Morgan State (Baltimore, MD)

10/11             Access Granted: HBCU Tour @ Bowie State (Bowie, MD)

10/12             Access Granted: HBCU Tour @ Lincoln University (Lincoln, PA)

10/18             Access Granted: HBCU Tour @ South Carolina State University (Orangeburg, SC)

10/19             Access Granted: HBCU Tour @ Winston-Salem State University (Winston-Salem, NC)

10/20             Access Granted: HBCU Tour @ St. Augustine’s University (Raleigh, NC)

10/23             Access Granted: HBCU Tour @ Savannah State (Savannah, GA)

10/24              Access Granted: HBCU Tour @ Hampton University (Hampton, VA)

10/25              Access Granted: HBCU Tour @ Morehouse College (Atlanta, GA)

10/26             Access Granted: HBCU Tour @ Howard University (Washington, DC)

10/29             Access Granted: HBCU Tour @ North Carolina Central (Durham, NC)

11/2               Access Granted: HBCU Tour @ Grambling State (Grambling, LA)


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