Tech N9ne bringing Strangulation Tour to Red Deer

Dynamic rapper Tech N9ne will perform in Red Deer during his Strangulation Tour in September.

Dynamic rapper Tech N9ne will perform in Red Deer during his Strangulation Tour in September.

The rap artist from Kansas City, Mo., is slated to entertain on Wednesday, Sept. 17 at the Memorial Centre, along with Kriss Kaliko.

Tech N9ne (aka Aaron Dontez Yates) is cofounder of the Strange Music record label and has released more than 10 albums over his career, including Absolute Power, Killer, Sickology and K.O.D.

His speedy, chopper-style rap tunes were featured in various films, such as Alpha Dog and Born 2 Race, as well as TV shows and video games. Tech N9ne has also made various film and television appearances — including in the movies Vengeance, Night of the Living Dead and Origins 3D.

Tickets for the 7 p.m. show are $46.95 and are available from Black Knight Ticket Centre

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