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T.I. announces Knitting Factory show; Jason Aldean returns to Spokane Arena

Fans at either end of the musical spectrum are in for a treat today as rapper T.I. and country singer Jason Aldean have announced upcoming shows in Spokane.

On the “Hustle Gang” tour, Tip “T.I.” Harris will introduce audiences to VP Trae Tha Truth, RaRA, Yung Brooke, Tokyo, Jetz and London Jae, all artists the rapper has signed to his Grand Hustle Records.

The show comes to the Knitting Factory May 27. Tickets are $39.50 in advance and $40 the day of the show.

Fans looking for the ultimate concert experience can purchase the T.I. Hustle Package ($139.50) or the T.I. Grand Hustle Package ($288.50).

The Hustle package includes a general admission ticket, early entry, a specially designed merchandise pack and a tour poster autographed by T.I.

The Grand Hustle Package also includes a general admission ticket, early entry and a merch package, plus a pre-show meet and greet with the man himself, a collectible laminent autographed by T.I., the opportunity to preview some of T.I.’s new or unreleased music and a security escort to the front row for the concert.

Tickets are on sale now by calling (866) 468-7623 or visiting or

Country singer Jason Aldean is no stranger to Spokane, having performed at the Spokane Arena in 2015. This time around, he’s bringing guests Chris Young, Kane Brown and Dee Jay Silver with him on his “They Don’t Know” tour, which brings Aldean back to the Arena Sept. 23.

Aldean is known for singles like “She’s Country,” “Dirt Road Anthem,” and “Lights Come On,” which appeared on his latest album, last year’s “They Don’t Know.” He performed at country music festival Watershed last year and won entertainer of the year at the 2016 Academy of Country Music Awards.

Reserved tickets are $32.25-$72.25. Tickets go on sale March 24 at 10 a.m. through the arena box office, all TicketsWest outlets, at or by calling (800) 325-SEAT.

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