NEW YORK, PRNewswire -- Iconic Grammy-nom -
inated, multi-platinum-selling R&B super group NEW
EDITION closed out 2022 with the highly successful
“The Culture Tour,” nominated as one of the Top R&B
Tours in the country by Pollstar. Selling out arenas
across the country, the icons and The Black Promoters
Collective (BPC) are happy to announce the 30-city
“LEGACY TOUR” with a must-see lineup that includes
a New Jack Swing reunion with KEITH SWEA T and the
original members of GUY (Teddy Riley, Aaron Hall, and
Damion Hall) and TANK starting on Thursday, March
9 in Columbia, SC and ending on Sunday , April 30 in
Tampa, FL.

Tickets are available to the general public and range
from $59.50 to $179.50. Tickets can be purchased at

Few recording artists can attest to a superior 40-year
career that stands the test of time, but New Edition can.
“Few recording artists can attest to a superior 40-
year career that stands the test of time, but New Edition
can. When we partnered with NE for “The Culture Tour,”
although I knew it would be stellar, their show exceeded
my expectations; the guys were nothing short of miraculous.
We are excited about partnering with New Edition
to further the legacy of the foundation they have already
laid,” states BP.

NEW EDITION hit the scene in 1983 with their
iconic #1 debut album Candy Girl disrupting the music
industry forty years ago. That same year, the album’s
title cut knocked Michael Jackson’s “Beat It” out of the
#1 spot on the Billboard “Hot Black Singles” chart.

KEITH SWEAT entered the charts with his 3X plat -
inum debut solo album, Make It Last Forever , in 1987,
giving the world its first New Jack Swing Billboard “Hot
100” hit, “I Want Her.” The song, produced by Teddy
Riley and Sweat, became the most successful R&B song
in 1988 on the Billboard “Hot R&B Songs” chart.

Teddy Riley ushered in a new musical genre called
New Jack Swing, which included the formation of his
group GUY with Aaron Hall and Damion Hall in 1987.
The group’s first album, the self-titled masterpiece,
quickly spawned the Billboard “Hot 100” hit “I Like,”
which, along with four other hit singles such as “Groove
Me” and “Teddy’s Jam,” helped to propel the debut album
to double platinum status. The group disbanded after
their second album, The Future, citing the stresses of the
tragic loss of their former manager.

Don’t miss it. Go to a New Edition “Legacy Tour” date near you:
Sunday, March 12 Memphis, TN FedExForum
Thursday, March 16 Washington, D.C. Capital One Center
Friday, March 17 Hampton, VA Hampton Coliseum
Thursday, March 23 Chicago, IL United Center
Friday, March 24 Indianapolis, IN Gainbridge Fieldhouse
Saturday, March 25 Detroit, MI Little Caesars Arena
Sunday, March 26 Cincinnati, OH Heritage Bank Center
Thursday, March 30 Atlanta, GA State Farm Arena
Friday, March 31 New Orleans, LA Smoothie King Center
Thursday, April 13 Cleveland, OH Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
Friday, April 14 Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center
Saturday, April 15 St. Louis, MO

The Black Promoters Collective (BPC) is a coalition
of six of the nation’s top independent concert promotion
and event production companies. As a 100% Blackowned
business, its mission is to be the world’s leading
producer and provider of culturally relevant live entertainment
experiences. To learn more, visit http://www .

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