RAPPER K CAMP BRINGS HIS SWITCH TOUR TO THE LONE STAR STATE WITH STOPS IN AUSTIN, TYLER AND HOUSTON FOR ST. PATRICK’S DAY

Houston, Texas – 03-11-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Get your green on and your shamrocks ready as hip hop sensation K Camp brings the Switch Tour to The Lone Star State with shows beginning this Friday, March 15th, at Empire Lounge in Tyler, Saturday, March 16th, at SXSW Outdoor Main Stage in Austin and Sunday, March 17th, at Mercy Nightclub, in Houston, Texas. 

K Camp who has dropped several records since his last Texas appearance is looking forward to switchin it up a little bit. The Feast of Saint Patrick is a day K Camp is looking forward to celebrating with his Irish fans. Explains publicist Roy J. Thompson. The Switch Tour, will touch down Friday at Empire Lounge, in Tyler, Texas. Saturday, SXSW Mohawk Outdoor Main Stage, sponsored by Rolling Loud, followed by a St. Patrick’s Day performance on Sunday, at Mercy Nightclub, is the perfect back drop for K Camp to body a canvas, as he performs songs from the Rare Sound mixtape that is out now. Also scheduled to perform is Sony Artist Big Hookz and Young America Singer Rico Davis. Many local artists and sports personalities with be in attendance. Music by Houston’s own DJ XO.
 Tickets is only $20. You must be 21 and over, with proper ID to prove it. Casual but neat attire. Self and valet parking is available.
Tickets are available https://www.eventbrite.com/e/k-camp-live-in-concert-tickets-57299544480Tickets are available at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/k-camp-st-pattys-day-concert-tickets-57212227312.

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