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Brown, Missy For Supafest

03:01 PM Thursday 3/1/12 | |

Chris Brown, Missy Elliott, Naughty By Nature and Big Sean have joined the Supafest tour downunder.

  • Chris Brown

    Performing during the 54th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.
    February 12, 2012

    (AP Photo)

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Paperchase Touring and Entertainment previously confirmed P. Diddy, Kelly Rowland, Lupe Fiasco, Rick Ross, Ice Cube and Trey Songz.

“People were saying we would never be able to top last year’s Supafest bill,” said Supafest directors John Denison and Dwayne Cross. “Well, we think this year we have given it one hell of a shake! We went for diversity and believe that the Australian public will see the most exciting and diverse urban music festival ever staged.”

Supafest is Australia’s largest urban tour, drawing more than 90,000 last year. This year’s event lands at Brisbane’s RNA Showgrounds (April 14), Sydney ANZ Stadium (April 15), Melbourne venue to be announced (April 21) and Perth’s Joondalup Arena (April 22).


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