Salt-N-Pepa Announce ‘Legends of Hip-Hop’ Tour

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Legendary rap trio Salt-N-Pepa are repping for the old school set in 2011. Cheryl “Salt” James, Sandy “Pepa” Denton, and Deidre “Dee Dee” Roper (aka DJ Spinderella) are spearheading a 20-city “Legends of Hip-Hop” tour, commemorating the 25th anniversary of their 1986 debut Hot, Cool, & Vicious.

The tour sees the groundbreaking ladies hitting the road with a star-studded roster of veterans including Kurtis Blow, Doug E. Fresh, MC Lyte, Slick Rick, Whodini, Kool Moe Dee, Rob Base, Naughty By Nature, and Biz Markie. Kicking off the tour on February 4 in Cleveland, Ohio, the crew will make stops in Miami, Philadelphia, Memphis, and more before wrapping up the trek at Atlanta’s Civic Center on April 2.

“We encounter so many people who said they long to hear and see us again in concert,” said Salt in a statement. “People really miss seeing us out there. They come up to us and mention that our music touched them, brings back so many great memories for them, and helped them just see life differently.”

Salt-N-Pepa, who stirred up controversy with their hits “Push It,” “Let’s Talk About Sex,” and “Whatta Man,” conceived the tour after selling out performances in 2010. “Last year, the response was incredible. From Atlanta to D.C., we sold out each date,” said Pepa. “People really want to see us and we really wanted to make this happen for our fans. Also, the timing was just right and it just all came together perfectly.”

Salt-N-Pepa’s “Legends of Hip-Hop” Tour Dates

Feb. 4 – Cleveland, OH – Wolstein Center
Feb. 5 – Buffalo, TX – Shea’s PAC
Feb. 11 – Miami, FL – James L. Knight Center
Feb. 12 – New Orleans, LA – Lakefront Arena
Feb. 13 – Kansas City, MO – Municipal Auditorium
Feb. 18 – Philadelphia, PA – Liacouras Center
Feb. 19 – Baltimore, MD – 1st Mariner Arena
Feb. 20 – Newark, NJ – PAC
Feb. 25 – Jacksonville, FL – Coliseum
Feb. 26 – Washington, DC – Constitution Hall
March 4 – Columbia, SC – Township Auditorium
March 5 – Baton Rouge, LA – Riverside Centroplex
March 11 – Norfolk, VA – Ted Constant Convocation Center
March 12 – St. Louis, MO – Chaifetz Arena
March 13 – Memphis, TN – DeSoto Civic Center
March 18 – Nashville, TN – Municipal Auditorium
March 19 – Chicago, IL – Arie Crown Theater
March 25 – Richmond, VA – Coliseum
March 26 – Dallas, TX – Dallas Convention Center
April 2 – Atlanta, GA – Civic Center

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35 Comments

  1. Yep Yep

    Yes, glad MC Lyte is on there!

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  2. OnlyBoy

    i might go see them!

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  3. D.DOT

    o that sound hott…i might buy a ticket

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  4. ☆Lola A♏ ★

    I love SNP! I must go!

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  5. rihluv

    OMG WHO CARESSS ABOUT THESE HAS BEENS…THESE BITCHES ARE LIKE 50 YEARS OLD , TRYIN TO RECLAIM THEIR FAME LMAO….SIT PLEASE<3

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  6. YEAH

    YEAH YEAH

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  7. jeremydante

    this is so fuckn epic. hip-hop is giving me so much life on a higher level than ever before.

    damn. so next level.

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  8. stacks.

    wow, no new york? lol. x_x

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  9. Dallas Champ

    Female Rap is still alive.
    Much love to snp

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  10. pretty latin rock swag

    Love saltn n pepa

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  11. Beystanbish

    Oh at rihluv. I expect nothing from twelve year old Rihanna fans. Have a seat over here>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

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  12. lisa goins

    These young gnorant people know nothing n are just lost that was when rap said something n had meaning so what if u young people don’t want to come or think it is old good no one will get shot and the concert lol we will have a good time I’m there

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  13. Angela

    Where is New York?????

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  14. Mitchell Robinson

    Explain to me how in the he’ll you can have a old school hip – hop tour & not include newyork dates !! Will someone pls. Explain !!!!!

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  15. markindadark

    no ny dates, prob bcause 2 much goin’ on but just go otb 2 jersey. i’m catchin’ it in mia. and for you (rihluv) sayin that they 50 yr old bitches, you just a bitch. bitch-ass 2 b x-act.

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  16. Latrese

    Come on I didn’t see any West Coast cities on the venue list! Please try to add San Diego cuz it would be a sell out! PLEASE COME TO SAN DIEGO!

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  17. Latrese

    To rihluv! U r so ignorant! U must be a youngster cuz the artists on this tour still gets there music played everywhere & it makes the party jump! This is real HIP HOP!

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  18. lobstafayce

    90% of Rap artists today could only dream of having flavor like Biz and the rest of this lineup. These are the original architects of the industry that feeds today’s rappers. It’s amazing how young people today have no respect for even the hands that feed them. Stupid. If you bite that hand you may soon run out of food.

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  19. QueenB

    This young generation doesn’t realize if it wasn’t for greats like Salt n Pepa there wouldn’t be any hip hop right now!

    I’m making plans to be in the house when they come to VA. I love Salt n Pepa and Lyte.

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    ricky Reply:

    @QueenB, what the younger generation doesn’t realize is that we witnessed a new style of music . they don’t realize how awesome that was, so they can’t relate to it.

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  20. tdonag3

    looking forward to starting off the tour with all my fav’s from back in the day in Cleveland this friday! The younger kids don’t realize half of the music they listen to today is either remix or stolen beats from these founders of hip-hop.

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  21. Dottie Connor

    I am so looking forward to this old school party. It has been a long time coming.I wish Heavy D could join..Thank you.

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  22. concerned

    what about the states out west i would like to see salt n pepa ,,, can i push it too

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  23. KDM(keep dat money)

    @rihluv
    Please Understand that You are a serious Hater! You came on a site dedicated to them to Criticize them!
    Deep down inside You like ‘em! Well, I’m sure you’ve got a billion “comebacks” and excuses, but at the end of the day…Them “has been Bitches, count the tour dates and multiply that by AT LEAST 30K! AT LEAST! I’m sure more.
    Here’s the deal! They “HAS BEEN” to the bank waaay more times than YOU!

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  24. Coolyfett

    I read the Show in cleveland was bad!!! I really hope the review was from a young stupid fan instead of someone who grew up during this era. Was anyone here at the Buffalo or Cleveland show to share how it went??

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  25. Coolyfett

    Its very interesting to see young people disrespect The Legends of Hip Hop, with no remorse or anything. Shows you the difference between 80s fun hip hop & the egoswag hip hop of today. For all those people who grew up to watching Fab Five Freddy on Yo MTV Raps or Chris Thomas on RapCity, To those people who know what dookie ropes & Cazels are, To those people who used to high speed dub their cousins new Salt N Pepa tape so you could have a copy…..YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO. Buy a ticket & hit Itunes. All the music is there. Do The Right Thing. Peace.

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  26. jerry

    The Cleveland show was off the chain. It lasted about 3 1/2 hours and we were on our feet dancing the whole time. No one disappointed, if you get a chance to go to concert, make sure you are there!

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  27. youngin

    i dont see why you all say ‘youngsters’ are ignorant about rap. im young, but could not be more excited for this to come to dc. just because some people my age dont think about real rap doesnt mean we all do.

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  28. DARKNLOVELY

    I am very excited about the show coming to the Baton Rouge area. The last time I saw Salt N Pepa was in 87′ and I had the time of my life. I told my children that this was REAL RAP. This rap had meaning, it was something you could relate to. Todays rap artist use to much bad language and they are so degrading of females. Me and my sons compared the rap of today with the old school rap and he actually told me, “Mama, I see what you mean, I like this. So with that being said, I have already purchased family tickets to the concert booked the hotel and cant wait for the show.

    This had been a LONG TIME COMING!!!!!

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  29. DARKNLOVELY

    @rihluv
    If you are not a fan of Hip Hop it is perfectly ok, but please refrain from calling people out of their name and with the way some of this youngest are today(U), I am sure Salt N Pepa are not trying to put themselves in your place.

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  30. gloriya

    The concert in Columbia was so wonderful. I can’t stop smiling. I am a fan for life. Queens for life!!!!! They looked so beautiful. I am in Aw

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  31. malison

    Still hoping for the tour to visit California- LA or the San Francisco Bay!

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  32. Patrick

    Amazing! Super, Super, Magic!
    Let’s hope they are heading for Europe too!
    Pat (The Netherlands)

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