Dope Shows Brings Lil' Durk to Philly

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Next Friday, Dope Shows, a Philadelphia based promotional company is bringing concerts back to Philadelphia with Lil' Durk live at The Mann Center in a celebration of arts and urban culture. Dope Shows co-founders, Stephen Piner and Jamir Shaw, are excited to bring their community back together for a concert with Hip-hop’s biggest artists. A portion of the ticket proceeds will go to youth based causes and initiatives in Philadelphia. School district students will participate in a meet-and-greet with performing artist Lil Durk. Dope Show’s goal is to give artists the opportunity to share positive messages and encouraging words during a meet-and-greet style event; the youth will have the chance to attend the concert as well.  

Dope Shows Co-Founder Jamir Shaw and Steph Piner said, “It’s our connection to the local cities and cultures that distinguish us from other promoters and agencies. We have been working diligently to create what will be an unforgettable experience from production to our artist line up. If you’ve been to our shows before, you know — Ain’t No Shows Like DOPE Shows”

Philly’s own, Wallo 267, will provide positive content during the show. He’s looking forward to engaging in dialogue about activities that can reduce violence, improve opportunities for youth, and encourage innovation. Pastor Carl Day will provide an active platform that encourages the youth to find better outlets, as he believes that violence can be preventable, and Philadelphia youth need access to safe, quality communities, caring adults, adequate paying jobs, community programs and events that provide experience and hope. 

Attendees of the upcoming Dope Show concert can expect live hip-hop performances, independent brand vendors, and sponsorship activations. Guests can purchase tickets at You can also follow Dope Shows on Instagram and Facebook.

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