When Kendrick Lamar throws a college kegger, there's gonna be "Swimming Pools" filled to the brim with drank. Everybody'll be wilding out like they're "A.D.H.D." And Karmaloop, eMuze, and Neff Headwear will be footing the bill.
This Thursday, Kendrick and Karmaloop's Verge Campus Tour 2013 kicks off at Florida Atlantic University before hooking up with compulsive champagne popper Steve Aoki, funk-punk crew Bad Rabbits, and dance-pop dude 5 & A Dime for a two-month cross-country college road trip.
Just check the cut for Kendrick Lamar and Karmaloop's full 27-date Verge Campus Tour 2013 schedule.
Karmaloop's Verge Campus Tour 2013 Tour Dates
April 4 Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL*+
April 5 Private, Atlanta, GA*
April 6 Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA*
April 7 Florida State, Tallahassee, FL*+
April 9 University of Central Flordia, Orlando, FL
April 10 University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Charlotte, NC*
April 11 Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
April 12 Oakland University, Rochester Hills, MI
April 13 Ohio University (#fest), Athens, OH
April 14 University of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
April 17 St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO
April 18 Kent State University, Kent, OH+
April 19 UConn, Storrs, CT+
April 20 Private, Wellesley, MA**
April 21 University of Massachusetts, Lowell, Lowell, MA
April 22 Penn. State University, State College, PA*
April 23 Penn. State University, State College, PA*
April 24 Duke University, Durham, NC+
April 25 William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA*
April 26 Central CT State, New Britain, CT
April 27 SUNY Cortland, Cortland, NY
April 28 Private, Waltham, MA*
April 29 University of Delaware, Newark, DE*
April 30 North Carolina A&T, Greensboro, NC*
May 1 Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT*+
May 3 Private, Ithaca, NY*
May 4 SUNY Jefferson, Watertown, NY*
*Kendrick Lamar only
**Steve Aoki only
+ Closed to the general public
Kendrick Lamar. With Bad Rabbits and 5 & a Dime. As part of Karmaloop's Verge Campus Tour 2012. Thursday, April 4. Florida Atlantic University, 777 Glades Rd., Boca Raton. Visit karmaloop.com.
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