D-Nice To Bring Club Quarantine Live Back To NYC To Carnegie Hall With Ashanti, Jadakiss & More This August

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How do you get to Carnegie Hall? If you’re rapper and DJ extraordinaire D-Nice, you get there by garnering a reputation for cold rockin’ a party. His Club Quarantine rapidly expanded from folks tuning in on Instagram Live to a full-out event that’s rocked crowds all over the country. After conquering the crowd at this year’s ESSENCE Festival Of Culture during a set that brought out the likes of Stephanie Mills, El DeBarge and Dru Hill, he’s now taking the party to even higher heights with his just-announced Club Quarantine Live taking place at Carnegie Hall, the esteemed performance space in New York City, this August.

As with other live editions of Club Quarantine, D-Nice will be delivering endless jams while rocking it on the 1’s and 2’s at CQCH. This time around, though, he’ll be doing it with the accompaniment of a symphony orchestra. He’ll also be bringing a bevy of special guests.

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Of those confirmed to make an appearance thus far are the sultry songstress Ashanti, rappers Jadakiss and Slick Rick and gospel great Hezekiah Walker. Also joining them will be conductor Igmar Thomas and The Revive Big Band, who are sure to help bring a different feel to this newest edition of the event. And that’s not all, because according to the celebrity DJ during today’s announcement on IG Live, even more artists will be announced in the coming weeks.

If the Carnegie Hall edition of CQ Live is like the others, then tickets are going to be going fast. It all goes down on Thursday, August 4th, with pre-sale tickets currently available to D-Nice’s fans with the code DNICEIG and Carnegie Hall members and subscribers. Tickets will officially be available to the general public on July 6th at 11:00 a.m. EDT. Head to the event page on Carnegie Hall’s website to secure your tickets and get ready to put on your dancing shoes as D-Nice turns the staid space all the way out.

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