Ice Cube have announced details of a tour of the UK and Ireland in the winter of 2023, supported by Cypress Hill and The Game. Please check the schedule and ticket details below.
The rap icon joined supergroup Mount Westmore Tour last year, performing around the world alongside West Coast rap legends Snoop Dogg, E-40 and Too Hort.
Now, the Californian sharer has set new solo dates for his High Rollers Volume 1 tour with Cypress Hill and The Game, telling fans in the UK: Do you know where we are…”
The Game haven’t performed in the UK since their ‘Bourne 2 Wrap’ tour in 2020, but Cypress Hill are set to perform at the upcoming Boardmasters Festival. Ice Cube last played live in the UK and Ireland in 2011.
The tour kicks off at Glasgow’s OVO Hydro on December 5th and ends a week later at Nottingham’s Motorpoint Arena. Tickets go on sale next Friday (June 16th) at 10am and are available here.
Here are the dates for the High Rollers: Volume 1 tour:
5 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
6 – Resorts World Arena, Birmingham
7 – Manchester, AO Arena
9 – 3Arena, Dublin
11 – O2 Arena, London
12 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Last December, the movie and hip-hop star released a new album with Mount Westmore titled ‘Snoop, Cube, 40, $hort’. NME gave the album a three-star review, stating, “It’s no easy task to bring four different styles and personalities to the album, but while there are some bright moments, it’s clear there are too many chefs in the kitchen.” Stated.
It was also recently announced that Ice Cube will be joining Run-DMC for a headlining set for a one-off commemorative concert celebrating 50 years of hip-hop. Hip Hop 50 Live features Snoop Dogg, Eve, Common and more.
The Game released their 11th studio album, Drillmatic – Heart vs. Mind, last year, calling it “the best rap album to date.” The song featured rap stars like A$AP Rocky, Pusha T and Kanye West, as well as a 10-minute long diss to Eminem called “The Black Slim Shady.” rice field.
Cypress Hill in April The Simpsons’ A joke that they played with a classical orchestra and became “real”. It also sued fitness subscription service Peloton for illegally using the rap group’s 1993 song “Insane in the Brain.”
Last year, the group announced that their next record would be their “last traditional” album. The news comes ahead of the release of their tenth studio album, Back in Black, in 2022.