Tech N9ne is in Chilliwack on Thursday, Oct. 5. (Submitted photo)

Tech N9ne returns to Chilliwack

Kansas City rapper Tech N9ne performs in Chilliwack on Oct. 5 at Evergreen Hall

Tech N9ne is set to headline his second major tour of 2017.

His Strange Reign Tour 2017 with Krizz Kaliko and special guest Stevie Stone runs Sept. 19 to Oct. 13 across the U.S. and Canada, and he’ll be in Chilliwack on Oct. 5 at Evergreen Hall.

Strange Reign is the title of the second Collabos project Tech N9ne will be dropping this year. The entire roster of Strange Music artists will be featured on the project, which arrives on the heels of April’s acclaimed Tech N9ne Collabos album Dominion.

Tech N9ne’s Strange Reign Tour 2017 continues what has been another remarkable year for Tech N9ne. In June, the Kansas City rapper earned his first platinum plaque when his “Caribou Lou” single crossed the one million copies sold threshold, according to the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America). Two of Tech N9ne’s other singles, “Fragile” with Kendrick Lamar and Mayday, and “Hood Go Crazy” with 2 Chainz and B.o.B, are certified gold.

Tech N9ne is at Evergreen Hall on Oct. 5. Doors open at 8 p.m. (VIP at 5 p.m.). General admission $44.95. For more info, and to buy tickets, go to

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