8 November, 2012@1:14 am
On Wednesday November 28th, Camp Lo will perform their time-honored classic Uptown Saturday Night, in its entirety, at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, NY. The show marks the first of several select tour dates to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the Bronx duo’s seminal 1997 album.
Camp Lo will perform Uptown Saturday Night from front to back, in its entirety, at each of the shows, while also unveiling new music the duo has been working on with long-time collaborator, prominent producer Ski Beats.
Best known for their singles, “Luchini (This Is It)” and “Coolie High”, Camp Lo has released 3 studio albums since 1997, but Uptown Saturday Night remains the album most adored by their fans. This winter, with new music clearly on the horizon but not quite finished, and the 15th Anniversary of Uptown on the calendar, Camp Lo will give fans what they’ve been waiting for: Uptown Saturday Night live in concert, in full.
Check out their show schedule below, with more dates to be announced soon!
Weds 11/28 – Brooklyn, NY at Knitting Factory
Thurs 11/29 – Boston, MA at Middle East
Weds 12/5 – Washington, DC at Liv
Thurs 12/6 – Pittsburgh, PA at Shadow Lounge
Fri 12/7 – Cleveland, OH at Grog Shop
Sat 12/8 – Buffalo, NY at DCBG
Weds 12/12 – Toronto, ON at Sound Academy
Fri 12/14 – Chicago, IL at The Shrine (w/ Bilal)
Sat 12/15 – St. Louis, MO at Lola
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