- $51 for one G-Pass ticket for seating in sections 228–229 (up to $64.85 value)
- $75 for one G-Pass ticket for seating in sections 102 or 114 (up to $90.65 value)
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How G-Pass Works: Your G-Pass will be ready to print 48 hours after the deal ends. Print the G-Pass and use it to enter the venue directly; you won’t need to redeem at will call. Due to security restrictions, G-Passes cannot be redeemed through the Groupon mobile app. Discount reflects the merchant’s current ticket prices - price may differ on day of event.
Legends Of Southern Hip Hop
- Juvenile: This New Orleans–based rapper became a household name when his 1999 single, “Back That Thang Up,” took over the charts. Since then he’s maintained a solid presence on the scene with singles “Slow Motion,” “Animal,” and “Rodeo,” and collaborations with Lil Wayne, Soulja Slim, and Drake.
- Mystikal: With a distinctive gravelly bark and New Orleans drawl, Mystikal has turned out hits such as “Shake It Fast” and “Danger (Been So Long),” making time to team out with artists such as Yelawolf, Birdman, and Mark Ronson
- Trick Daddy: 2001’s Thugs Are Us, featuring the breakthrough single “I’m a Thug,” turned this crunk Miami rapper into one of the biggest names in the Dirty South scene
- 8ball & MJG: After meeting in middle school, this pair helped define dirty south hip-hop with their 1993 studio debut, Comin’ Out Hard. Just over a decade later, they reestablished their place on the charts by supplying a verse on Three 6 Mafia’s 2005 hit “Stay Fly,” which became the biggest single for both groups.
- Bun B: You could say there are two parts to Bun B. The first is Bun B the rapper, who was one half of southern rap duo UGK and the performer behind the four-part Trill saga. The other part is known to the students of Rice University as Bernard Freeman, the dope guest lecturer of Religious Studies 331: Religion and Hip-Hop Culture.
- Trina: Crowned “the most consistent female rapper of all time” by XXL Magazine, this hip-hop star and model has also landed on Billboard’s “31 Female Rappers Who Changed Hip-Hop” list.