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Chill Moody announces 5-city tour

The Philly-born rapper kicks off in Virginia Oct. 23rd.

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From Philly PR Girl:

He told you it was gonna be a nice year, bringing you all nicethings, and he’s not done yet. Next up for the Philadelphia Music Ambassador and creator of nicethingsIPA is his fall tour.

Chill Moody kicks off his tour, titled It’s Gon Be A nice Tour, at the end of October, where he will perform in five different cities, featuring appearances from Mus Matos and Dot Cromwell. Tickets are on sale today and can be purchased below.

The tour dates are as follows:
10/23        Alexandria, VA          Jolley’s 
10/25        Baltimore, MD           The Crown
10/29        Brooklyn, NY             Friends and Lovers
11/01        Quincy, MA                Maggy’s Lounge
11/02        Hamden, CT               The Space

Moody’s interest in all things nice has influenced the name of the tour. “’nice’, of course, derived from my brand nicethings,” says Moody. Expect to hear songs from his “It’s Gon Be A nice Year,” project as well as music from his upcoming “Horns At The Funeral” LP.

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