Slum Village Announce Additional Tour Dates

UPDATE: T3, Illa J and Young J hit the West Coast in August, with European dates to follow.

Detroit, Michigan famed group Slum Village is touring their second installment mixtape with Mick Boogie,  Dirty Slums 2. Founding S.V. member T3, along with later additions Young RJ and J Dilla's brother Illa J announced the Dirty Slums Tour, which begins this week in San Diego, California.

The April-through-July tour coincides with the group's eighth studio album, Evolution, which is currently planned for June.

The dates are as follows:

April 19 San Diego, CA House Of Blues
April 20 Pasadena, CA The Terrace
April 30 New York, NY Santos w/ Mick Boogie, Tanya Morgan, Skyzoo
May 1 Philadelphia, PA Blockley
May 2 Providence, RI Firehouse 13
May 3 Cambridge, MA Middle East
May 4 Burlington, VT Signal Kitchen
May 5 Montreal, QC Cabaret Underworld
May 6 Quebec City, QC L'Autre Zone
May 8 Hamilton, ON This Ain't Hollywood
May 9 Toronto, ON Annex Wreckroom
May 10 London, ON Club LG
May 15 Brighton, UK Concorde 2
May 16 London, UK Cable
May 17 Manchester, UK Sound Control
May 18 Munster, Germany Skaters Palace w/ Redman, ONYX, Masta Ace, RA The Rugged Man, Dynasty
May 23 Milan, Italy Biko Club
May 24 Aarau, Switzerland  Kiff
May 25 Brussels, Belgium Brass
June 14 Chicago, IL Reggie's

 

(April 18)

UPDATE: Slum Village has extended their tour, now called The Evolution Tour, in honor of their recently-released LP. The Detroit, Michigan trio will also be appearing at the following dates on the West Coast:

July 20 Infest Austin, TX
July 21 Green Elephant Dallas, TX  
July 22 Spanish Moon Baton Rouge, LA
July 23 1904 Music Hall Jacksonville, FL
July 24 Backbooth Orlando, FL
July 25 Orpheum Tampa, FL
July 26 The Stage Miami, FL
July 25 Tampa, FL The Orpheum
July 26 Miami, FL The Stage
August 6 Velvet Jones Santa Barbara, CA
August 7 Belasco Theater Los Angeles, CA
August 10 Grand Live Oakland, CA
August 12 Moe's Joe's Whistler, BC
August 13 Fortune Sound Vancouver, BC
August 15 Nectars Seattle, WA

Between September 11 and October 6, the former Capitol Records act will also be announcing a series of European dates.

RELATED: Slum Village & Mick Boogie Dirty Slums 2 Mixtape Download & Stream

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  • Gov.Slugwell

    Elzhi is my man! Hands down he's a great artist! I need to know where all these Elzhi nut huggers came from? SLUM VILLAGE was Dope b4 Elzhi, Dope with Elzhi and Dope without Elzhi, point blank period! There last album Villa Manifesto was the shit, Both DIRTY SLUMS mixtapes were fire! and if the new single FOREVER is any indication this new album EVOLUTION is about to make you lame fucks tuck ya whole summer in! Elzhi did not create Slum Village, T3,Baatin and Dilla did, It's T3's fucking group to do whatever he feels like with it. So Let El do El and let Slum do Slum, I'm tired of hearing the homo ass cry's of you fake SV fans! Let the music speak for it self! and if I ever hear one of you Fake Fucks say something like aint no Slum without El, I'll personally SMACK FIRE Out That Ass!! Peace.

  • HOWARD

    STOP LYING SLUM VILLAGE IS WHAT NEW YORK WISH THEY WAS, IN HIP HOP

  • MICK

    THEY HATE ON SLUM VILLAGE CUZ THERE LEGENDS... I LOVE THERE MUSIC

  • da commanda

    No Elzhi? Boooooooooooooooooooo!!!!

    • sam snead

      ya cosign, without Elzhi not much point to going unless they are opening for someone else. I remember at rock the bells 09 outside detroit, they were complaining that they were big elsewhere but not so much in their hometown, they had a couple good albums in early 2000's but were not as good as the roots or little brother.

  • Chris

    can't wait for the new york show!

  • jus10

    That recent single "Forever" is deep! Looking forward to the new album...

  • Kyle

    I'm from London and hardly anyone around here seems to know who Slum Village are.