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NEW LIVE ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY BLACK PROMOTERS COLLECTIVE CLOSES SUCCESS OF NEW EDITION “THE CULTURE TOUR” IN THE MIDDLE OF THE TOP 10 POSITIONING ON THE POLLSTAR LIVE 75 CHART

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New Edition’s The Culture Tour lands at No. 5 while Maxwell’s The Night Tour lands at No. 7 on Pollstar’s “Live 75”

NEW YORK, April 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — As a successful company New edition “The Cultural Tour” ended, the new live entertainment company Collective of Black Promoters (BPC) is pleased to announce that the tour, its first offering, landed this week in the Top 10 (#6) on Pollstar’s “Live 75” chart as one of the best-selling live entertainment shows in the United States. The new edition follows Mark Anthony. The Featured Cultural Tour Jodeci and Charlie Wilson.

Maxwell’s “The Night Tour” Second production of the collective this year, and still on tour, too landed in the Top 10 at number eight (#8), after Tool. Features “The Night Tour” Joe and Anthony Hamilton.

See the table here.
Watch the recap of NE “The Culture Tour” here.
Watch Maxwell’s “The Night Tour” Recap here.

We are truly delighted with the success of our partnership with New Edition. We knew they would be the perfect partners to launch our brand and the outcome of the tour exceeded our expectations. Enlisting the formidable Uncle Charlie and bringing back Jodeci’s Bad Boy R&B was the perfect package. We look forward to working with them again in the future,” says BPC President Shelby Joyner.

CPC also famous for hosting the mostly sold-out shows with “The Culture Tour” much to the delight of fans and critics alike with The Boston Globethe local New Edition newspaper, calling the tour “triumphant back home.”

The national press agrees with Billboardreporting that the show was “spectacularwith the men of New Edition stepping back in time to a time when they reigned supreme over the R&B landscape in the ’80s and early ’90s.”

The black-owned collective includes eight promoters from across the country with hundreds of years of successful live performance experience, making them the next viable force in the domestic and international live entertainment space. The group’s main mission is to celebrate the artistic accolades of black musicians across the country and eventually the world who do not get the proper recognition.

According to a recent report by Billboard, since 2017, R&B/Hip-Hop has been the dominant music genre in the country, while The music industry around the world previously said nearly a third of all streams in the US were by hip-hop and R&B artists. Both clearly indicate that black music is the most popular genre of music in United States.

Our mission is to be the global leader in culture-focused events and content while ensuring we provide opportunities for the great minds of the future and re-inject them into the communities we serve. We are uniquely positioned to achieve these goals because we are cultural anthropologists and social engineers who know how to program experiences that drive culture,” says BPC CEO. Gary Guidry.

It’s not too late to witness the stellar production of CPC with some shows still on sale for Maxwell’s Grammy-winning ‘The Night’ tour; BPC is also gearing up to make another stellar announcement about their next superstar offering.

Remaining dates for Maxwell’s “The Night Tour”, featuring Joe and Anthony Hamilton:

April 29 Los Angeles The Forum (formerly April 15)
April 30 Oakland Oakland Arena (formerly April 16)
May 7 Tampa Amelie Arena
May 8 Miami FTX Arena

About the Black Promoters Collective
The Black Promoters Collective (BPC) is a coalition of six of the country’s largest independent concert promotion and event production companies. As a 100% black-owned company, its mission is to be the world’s leading producer and provider of culturally relevant live entertainment experiences. To learn more, visit http://www.blackpromoterscollective.com.

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