A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie To Perform At Bryce Jordan Center September 21

American rapper and singer A Boogie wit da Hoodie will perform at the Bryce Jordan Center on Thursday, September 21, as part of his “Me vs Myself The College Tour.”

Tickets can be purchased beginning at 10 a.m. on Friday, July 21, though multiple presale promotions open on Tuesday, July 18.

A Boogie wit da Hoodie, also known as Artist Julius Dubose, is best known for his 2018 album “Hoodie SZN,” which topped the Billboard 200 chart at No. 1. The rapper has four studio albums, three of which have landed at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Rap Albums chart. Fan favorite songs include “Look Back at It,” “Drowning,” Swervin,” and more.

Dubose most recently released “Me vs. Myself” in 2022. The album includes features from Roddy Ricch, Kodak Black, H.E.R., and more. For a closer look at Dubose’s Me vs Myself tour setlist so far, click here.

Rappers Toosii and Kaliii will also join Dubose on tour.

A Boogie wit da Hoodie is another addition to a slew of performances coming to the Bryce Jordan Center throughout the fall. Artists and performers Thomas RhettChris StapletonMercyMeOld DominionCirque Dreams HolidazeBill Burr, and AEW Collision will stop by Happy Valley during the fall semester, too.

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