The VIPP Report: Travel delays cause Bone Thugs n Harmony to postpone Louisville show with fans standing in line



Due to a travel delay, two members of the group were unable to make it to Louisville tonight.

The show will now take place on Saturday, March 26th. Hold onto your tickets they will be honored at next week’s show. If you are unable to make it on the 26th, refunds are available at point of purchase.

In a statement sent to me says “Both Bone Thugs-N-Harmony & The Mercury Ballroom apologize for any inconvenience this has caused. We sincerely hope everyone can make it make back next Saturday. Thank you.”

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The VIPP Report: Bone Thugs n Harmony perform in Louisville


Tonight, it’s the meeting at the Crossroads as Bone Thugs n Harmony celebrate their 20th anniversary of their Grammy Award winning song. 

They are known for their fast –pace rapping style. The Ohio natives don’t have too far to travel to entertain their Louisville fan-base.

On Thursday, March 17th, it’s Bone Thugs-N-Harmony at the Mercury Ballroom.  Formed in 1990, the group have collaborated with hip-hop/rap legends like Eazy –E, 2 Pac, Notorius B.I.G. and Big Pun.

Tickets are $27.50 in advance.  Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show will start at 8 p.m.

You can purchase tickets by going online at or at the Louisville Palace Box Office.

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The VIPP Report: Creating opportunities for youth to learn about Science, Technolgy, Engineering and Math in a FREE 5-day camp


The Kentucky Center for African American Heritage will host the Youth for Technology Foundation’s 3D Printing Academy for Girls Spring Break Camp, from April 4th-8th from 9:00 am-3:00 pm at KCAAH located at 1701 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd.

Participants will get the opportunity to see how 3D images are made in movie production to understanding how 3D printing meets the neighborhoods health needs.

The five-day camp is free but registration is required with limited space so that each camper receives the creative instruction they need to explore the world of Science, Technology, and Engineering & Math (STEM).

All your child needs to bring is a sack lunch and their creativity so they can freely think out of the box.

The Youth for Technology Foundation has been teaching 3D printing technologies to inspire youth to develop a passion for science, technology, engineering and math to spark inventive imagination, and solve community problems in a fun and interactive way.

The camp was made possible by the generous support of the following: PPG, 3DSystems, HP, SolidWorks and the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage.

For additional information and to sign up for the camp please contact Njideka Harry, Project Director at (502) 410-5523 or by email at

Kentucky Center for African American Heritage is located at 1701 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd.  To learn more about KCAAH and the rental space opportunities call 502-583-4100.

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