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Jay-Z is Still Big Pimpin

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Everyone knows about Jay-Z's upcoming Heart of the City tour which kicks off in Miami this Saturday.

For Jay, the 22 city tour is sure to make him a ton of money and most of the dates are sold out already.

That's pimpin' but Jay-Z is known to take it a few steps further.

Tell me why Jay is selling $160 tickets for people to come and watch him rehearse? No joke.

I just got this email a couple of days ago and it just reminded me why he's the best entreprenegro in the game.

FILLMORE MIAMI BEACH

AT THE JACKIE GLEASON THEATER

FRIDAY, MARCH 21ST!

TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

WHO: JAY-Z

**SPECIAL DRESS REHEARSAL PERFORMANCE**

WHAT:

Before JAY-Z kicks off his latest national tour on Saturday at a sold out American Airlines Arena, you can still have a chance to see his final “Dress Rehearsal” at a special performance at the Fillmore Miami Beach. It is a special opportunity to catch JAY-Z in concert before the tour begins. Tickets are limited in the intimate setting of the Fillmore Miami Beach, so they will go fast. This is the “Dress Rehearsal” for JAY-Z's first arena tour since his successful JAY-Z and Friends Tour in 2004 and the first to feature material from his 2006 Kingdom Come album and 2007's critically acclaimed American Gangster album.

WHERE: THE FILLMORE MIAMI BEACH AT THE JACKIE GLEASON THEATER

MIAMI BEACH, FL

ON SALE: NOW AT LIVENATION.COM, ALL TICKETMASTER OUTLETS

OR CHARGE BY PH0NE:

MIAMI-DADE: (305) 358-5885

BROWARD: (954) 523-3309

PALM BEACH: (561) 966-3309

PRICES $160.00, $95.00 & $65.00 – RESERVED SEATS

Now that's big pimpin'.

-Jonathan Cunningham

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Jonathan Cunningham

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