It’s soon to be “hot in here” as Nelly and the St. Lunatics roll into the Blue Cross Arena on Friday, Nov. 15. The four-time Grammy nominated hip-hop artist is promoting his new album “Nellyville,” which has already snagged two number ones on the Billboard charts. Originally not a solo artist, Nelly will be accompanied by his “show-me-state” gang, the St. Lunatics. The St. Lunatics boast their own up and coming stars Murphy Lee and Ali. Nelly is a full-on entertainer and will pull out all the stops to make this a great show.

Opening up for Nelly is Clipse, an up and coming group that could easily headline their own tour. Two singles off of their debut album, “Lord Willin,'” “Grindin'” and “When Was the Last Time,” are currently receiving plenty of air time.

Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. show are already on sale at the Arena Box Office and from Ticketmaster. Prices are $45.50 and $39.50 ? to purchase tickets, check out or call 232-1900.

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