PICS: Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson Kicks off ‘The Final Lap Tour’

Salt Lake City and Denver were set ablaze as the one and only Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson launched The Final Lap Tour, an electrifying global celebration of the 20th Anniversary of his groundbreaking debut album, Get Rich or Die Tryin’. The tour, which fans have eagerly awaited, kicked off with a bang, treating audiences to two unforgettable sold-out shows.

In Salt Lake City, the Maverik Center was packed to its full capacity on July 21, where 50 Cent delivered a captivating performance that left the crowd in awe. Special guest Jeremih graced the stage with 50 for a few songs, adding an extra layer of excitement to the already exhilarating event. Surprise appearances by Tony Yayo and Uncle Murda only added to the thrill, setting the bar high for the rest of the tour.

Denver’s Ball Arena was next to experience the Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson phenomenon. The venue was transformed into a spectacle of lights, sound, and energy as the icon took the stage, ready to give his fans an unforgettable night. The show’s movie-style production wowed the audience, featuring a full band, a massive backdrop of screens, and mind-blowing pyrotechnics throughout the performance.

As expected, 50 Cent’s setlist was nothing short of epic, featuring fan favorites and chart-topping hits like “What up Gangsta?”, “Window Shopper”, “Candy Shop”, “In Da Club”, “P.I.M.P.”, and countless others. The rapper effortlessly took fans on a journey through his extensive music catalog, leaving no stone unturned.

But the surprises didn’t end there. Denver was treated to a special delight as Aboogie, Da Baby, and Flo Rida made unexpected appearances on stage, sharing the spotlight with the rap legend. It was a night to remember, and the perfect way to kick off The Final Lap Tour.

Before gracing the stage with his legendary performance, 50 Cent hosted a star-studded Sire Spirits Pre-show reception, attended by close friends and colleagues who came to support the tour’s kickoff. Among the notable names present were Aboogie, Da Baby, and other entertainment industry heavyweights like Joe Sikora, Joey Bada$$, Michael Rainey Jr., Isaac Keys, Kris Lofton, Tommy Flanagan, Gianni Paolo, Method Man, London Brown, Malcolm Mays, MeKai Curtis, and Russell Hornsby.

For fans who missed out on the opening shows, fear not, as The Final Lap Tour promises to take 50 Cent’s greatness to cities all over the world. Fans can expect to be taken on a visual journey through the rapper’s illustrious career as a musician, entrepreneur, actor, and producer.

So, mark your calendars and check out the full tour routing at Don’t miss your chance to witness this legendary artist in action as The Final Lap Tour continues its global run. 50 Cent is here to remind us all why he’s an EMMY® and GRAMMY® award-winning multi-hyphenate, and this tour is one for the books!


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