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Tickets on sale for top rap artist’s UD appearance

4:01 p.m., April 30, 2005--Rap artist Ludacris will appear in concert Thursday, May 12, at the Bob Carpenter Center as part of spring programming sponsored by the Cultural Programming Advisory Board (CPAB) and the Student Centers Programming Advisory Board (SCPAB).

Doors will open at 7 p.m., and tickets, which are $29.50 for UD students with valid ID and $39.50 for all others, will go on sale at all UD box offices and Ticketmaster locations beginning Wednesday, April 27. There is a four-ticket purchase limit per student.

Ludacris’ songs have enjoyed widespread radio airplay and enormous popularity on MTV for the past five years. He is one of today’s leading rap stars, with music and lyrics that cut across racial and generational lines. He has produced several top-selling CDs since the late ’90s.

The Atlanta-based rapper became popular with his first album, Incognegro, and single, “What’s Your Fantasy?” which led to his success with Def Jam, South records. Other chart-topping songs include “Southern Hospitality,” “Area Codes” and “Rollout (My Business).” Ludacris released his most recent album, The Red Light District in December.

For more information, call (302) 831-2991, visit [scpab.com] or e-mail [ud_cpab@hotmail.com].

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