Chronixx winds down in North America

REGGAE artiste Chronixx is currently enjoying sold-out performances as the North American leg of his Chronology tour winds down.The artiste is now in Canada where he played before a capacity audience at the L’Olympia in the French-Canadian city of Montreal on Wednesday, and another capacity audience was being anticipated for last night’s stop at the London Music Town Hall in Ontario.

Tonight he moves to Rebel Complex in Toronto for the final of his Canadian stops on the tour schedule and this event has already been sold out.

“For the past weeks we sold out venues across the south to east coast of the with an average capacity of 2,000 people or more at each event.

Among the sold-out venues were our stops in Florida, Atlanta and at the Famous bowl in Brooklyn, New York. We are now in Canada with one sold out show already and looking to the other performances,” a member of the touring party told Splash.

Chronixx and his Zincfence Redemption band will return to the United States for two shows in New York on April 29 and 30 to wrap up this segment of the tour which began in Connecticut on March 2.

Chronology has been criss-crossing the US with stops in cities which are traditional reggae markets such as New York, Atlanta and Miami. He has also played in burgeoning reggae markets including Louisville, Kentucky; Albuquerque, New Mexico and Portland, Oregon.

Once North America is out of the way Chronixx and his team head across the Atlantic for shows in the United Kingdom. Six shows have been slated for this leg which commences on May 19.

Cities which will see the performances are Leeds, Bristol, Manchester, Bournemouth, and Birmingham, before closing on May 28 in London.

The tour then breaks for a few weeks before he takes up spot gigs starting late June to August at summer festivals in North America and on the European continent.


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