Salt-N-Pepa Announce First Hip-Hop Residency In Las Vegas Salt-N-Pepa Announce First Hip-Hop Residency In Las Vegas
The legendary duo Salt-N-Pepa have announced a residency in Las Vegas – which is the first hip-hop residency to commence in the city. They... Salt-N-Pepa Announce First Hip-Hop Residency In Las Vegas

The legendary duo Salt-N-Pepa have announced a residency in Las Vegas – which is the first hip-hop residency to commence in the city.

They announced the news on the talk show The Real, claiming that the shows would take place on the Las Vegas strip and would begin around Labor Day weekend this September. Currently, the group is on the “I Love The 90s” tour, which is hitting select dates across the U.S. A rotating group of musicians like Vanilla Ice, Naughty By Nature, Montell Jordan, and Sir Mix-A-Lot are touring with the group during different dates. Their next stop is this Saturday, May 26 in Mount Pocono, Pennsylvania, and will continue across the country, wrapping up this fall with a show at Oklahoma’s Winstar World Casino and Resort in October.

Cheryl “Salt” James and Sandra “Pepa” Denton just reunited with En Vogue at The Billboard Music Awards this past Sunday. Together, the group sang their 1994 platinum hit song “Whatta Man.” The trio was honored for their 30th anniversary of being the first female rap group to steal a spot on Billboard’s Top 40 chart with their hit single “Push It.”

Salnt-N-Pepa, who are best known for ’90s tunes like “Shoop” and “Let’s Talk About Sex,” haven’t released a full-length LP since their 1997 record Brand New. Remixes of “Big Girls” and “Push It” have dropped over the past few years, but there has been no announcement of new music on the horizon as of right now.

Check out the tour dates below and look out for the official scheduled dates of the Salt-N-Pepa Vegas residency, set to begin in September.

Visit Ticket Club to find tickets to a Salt-N-Pepa show this year. 

Salt-N-Pepa Tour Dates 2018

May 26 — Mount Pocono, Pennsylvania @ Mount Airy Casino
June 8 — Brandon, Mississippi @ Brandon Amphitheater
June 9 — Alpharetta, Georgia @ Verizon Amphitheater
June 15 — Orange Beach, Alabama @ The Wharf Amphitheater
June 16 — St. Augustine, Florida @ St. Augustine Amphitheater
June 22 — Oklahoma city, Oklahoma @ Chesapeake Energy Arena
June 23 — Englewood, Colorado @ Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater
June 30 — Redmond, Washington @ King County’s Marymoor Park
July 6 — Lake Charles, Louisiana @ Golden Nugget
July 12 — Tinley Park, Illinois @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
July 13 — Evansville, Indiana @ Ford Center
July 14 — Cincinnati, Ohio @ U.S. Bank Arena
July 20 — Reno, Nevada @ Grand Sierra Resort and Casino
July 21 — Los Angeles, California @ Greek Theatre
August 4 — Topeka, Kansas @ Kansas Expocentre
August 17 — Village of Clarkston, Michigan @ DTE Energy Music Theatre
August 25 — Akron, Ohio @ Infocision stadium-Summa Field
October 13 —Biloxi, Mississippi @ Hard Rock Live
October 20 — Thackerville, Okolahoma @ Global Event Center at Winstar World Casino and Resort