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D12 London Venue Switched
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Saturday, 21 February 2009
D12 London Venue SwitchedDue to an administrative oversight leading to the venue being double booked, the D12 concert in London was switched today and will now take place at the Islington Academy on 3rd April, not the Electric Ballroom as previously advised.

Back in full effect after a 4 year absence from Europe, Swifty, Kon, Kuniva and Bizarre bring their show on the road for what's sure to be some memorable hiphop madness in the Spring of 2009.

Confirmed on tour so far are the legendary Royce da 5'9" and the hot Canadian artist Classified, who has been tearing it up back home for long enough, touring with the likes of Nas, has a new single and album out through Sony in Canada, and has been gettin props both sides of the Atlantic for his mic skills and bangin beats.

These dates are gonna be big for the hiphop heads, and there's more guests to be announced in the coming months. These dates replace those previously scheduled in December where unfortunately, conflicting work schedules for some supporting artists meant they had to be re-arranged for a later date. However, all tickets previously bought for the December shows are held valid for the new dates.

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