Saturday, August 1, 2015

Rihanna Coming To The Wells Fargo Center in July

In one of the bigger tours in what the concert industry hopes is a bounce back summer, Rihanna will play the Wells Fargo Center on July 23. The Barbadian born pop R & B star is touring behind her high volume LOUD album. She's up for four Grammys this Sunday, three of which are with Eminem for "Love The Way You Lie," appropriately enough, since she's the best hip-hop hook singer in the business.

Rihanna Coming To The Wells Fargo Center in July

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In one of the bigger tours in what the concert industry hopes is a bounce back summer, Rihanna will play the Wells Fargo Center on July 23. The Barbadian born pop R & B star is touring behind her high volume LOUD album. She's up for four Grammys this Sunday, three of which are with Eminem for "Love The Way You Lie," appropriately enough, since she's the best hip-hop hook singer in the business.

She'll perform on Sunday night's Grammy telecast, and she's also the halftime entertainment at the NBA All-Star Game the following Sunday. Tickets go on sale to the general public for the Wells Fargo show at 10 a.m. on Monday through Comcasttix.com, but the pre-sale for Citi credit cardholders is at 10 a.m. tomorrow at www.citiprivatepass.com. Below, Rihanna's synth-pop hit "Only Girl (In The World)," which only has 96 million YouTube hits so far.

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