Run the Jewels Tickets
Two of the most famous names in rap music, EI-P and Killer Mike teamed up to form, Run the Jewels in 2013. The American hip-hop supergroup has churned out a couple of studio albums so far and they are titled, ‘Run the Jewels’ and ‘Run the Jewels 2.’ The latter reached the fiftieth spot on the Billboard 200. They are now all set to entertain with their third studio effort, ‘Run the Jewels 3’ which is scheduled to hit the shelves in 2017. The group is now going on tour to promote their upcoming album and will be coming to your city soon. Enjoy their concert by grabbing your Run the Jewels tickets.
Run the Jewels Venues
Run the Jewels Schedule 2017-18
- Run The Jewels, House Of Blues Boston tickets for 02/24 08:00 PM House Of Blues Boston
- Fri Feb 24 2017
- Run The Jewels, The Fillmore Charlotte tickets for 03/14 08:00 PM The Fillmore Charlotte
- Tue Mar 14 2017
- Run The Jewels, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium tickets for 07/22 08:00 PM Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
- Sat Jul 22 2017
Run the Jewels is a supergroup formed by two well known names of hip-hop music, Killer Mike and EI-P. The duo is currently enjoying great success in the music industry. They are now going to release their much awaited third studio record, ‘Run the Jewels 3’ next year in 2017 and are embarking on a tour to support it. If you want to attend their concert then get your Run the Jewels tickets now as they are selling out fast.
EI-P and Killer Mike
One half of Run the Jewels, EI-P is from Brooklyn. Born as Jamie Meline, he started pursuing music after being expelled from several schools. EI-P soon met Mr. Len with whom he formed, Company Flow in 1993. They released their first vinyl single in the same year, Juvenile Techniques. They were later joined by Justin Ingleton or better known by his stage name, Bigg Jus and the trio came out with its first extended play, ‘Funcrusher in 1996.
The group was later dissolved in 2001 and EI-P kicked off his solo career by recording his debut album, ‘Fantastic Damage’ which hit the stores in 2002. It achieved critical success and was ranked as the eleventh best album of 2002 by Pitchfork Media. He then came out with two more studio records, ‘I’ll Sleep When You Are Dead’ and ‘Cancer for Cure’ out of which the latter was included in Stereogum’s list of the, ‘Top 50 Albums of 2012.’
The second half of Run the Jewels, Michael Render or known to the world as, Killer Mike is a Georgia native. Before the release of his first album, he recorded a couple of singles with OutKast out of which, The Whole World won a Grammy Award in the category of, ‘Best Rap Performance By a Duo or a Group.’
Killer Mike’s debut studio effort, ‘Monster’ arrived in the markets in 2003 and climbed to the fourth spot on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart. It also received four stars out of five from AllMusic. He recorded four more studio albums after that including his most recent, ‘R.A.P Music’ which saw the light of day in 2012. It got great reviews from the critics and was mentioned in Rolling Stones’ list of the, ‘Top 50 Albums of 2012.’
The dawn of Run the Jewels
EI-P was introduced to Killer Mike by Cartoon Network executive, Jason DeMarco in 2011. Both individuals took off on a tour together after they released their studio albums, ‘Cure for Cancer’ and ‘R.A.P Music.’ They soon decided to form a band and branded themselves as Run the Jewels.
The group signed a record deal with Fool’s Gold Records and released its first self-titled studio album in 2013. It was produced by EI-P, Wilder Zoby and Little Shalimar and received rave reviews from the critics. It received 8.5/10 rating from Pitchfork Media’s Nate Patrin who stated, “Yeah, it's a fun album, and it's probably the most affable thing they've done so far together. But don't take that for a weakness. They don't yank chains-- they snatch them.”
The duo released their second studio album, ‘Run the Jewels 2’ one year later in 2014 via Mass Appeal. The album once again did not fail to impress the critics and got four stars out of five from the Rolling Stone. It also charted at ninth spot on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.
Run the Jewels 3
Run the Jewels’ third studio album is called, ‘Run the Jewels 3.’ The record has been released digitally in the fall of 2016 but the physical copies will arrive in music stores next year in 2017. It is supported by three singles and features guest appearances from artists like, Trina, Danny Brown, Tunde Adebimpe and Joi Gilliam. Now, to promote their latest studio effort, they are going on, Run the World Tour’ and will be performing music in your city soon. Watch them live as they rock the stage by booking your Run the Jewels tickets.
Run the Jewels Events Tickets Prices
The average price for Run the Jewels Tickets start from $79. The minimum get in price is $40 for Run the Jewels Tickets at the Terminal 5, New York. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Run The Jewels||Boston||24-Feb-17||$79||$50|
|Run The Jewels||New York||25-Feb-17||$224||$82|
|Run The Jewels||New York||26-Feb-17||$159||$60|
|Run The Jewels||New York||27-Feb-17||$155||$40|
|Run The Jewels||New York||1-Mar-17||$137||$44|
|Run The Jewels||Charlotte||14-Mar-17||$151||$55|
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