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March 20

Kalamazoo State Theatre  

Doors: 7:00pm | Show: 8:00pm

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Get ready for Ladies Night Part II featuring Kash Doll, Neisha Neshae, Malcom Elliott and sounds by DJ Chuck on March 20th at Kalamazoo State Theatre!

Kash Doll was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. The oldest of six siblings, she began working at a young age to help her single mother support their family. She wanted to rap since she was a child and began to try to freestyle and write raps from youth.

Detroit’s self-styled “Queen of R&B Trap” Neisha Neshae overcame an abusive childhood and the incarceration and death of her mother to carve out a career for herself, eventually signing to a major label.

Malcolm Elliott is a rapper, singer, songwriter and saxophonist from the westside of Detroit, Michigan. Since beginning his career as a recording artist in 2015, Malcolm has worked closely with legends in the industry such as George Lopez, Royce Da 5’9, and many others.


General Ticket Information:
This event is recommended for a mature audience. Seating is reserved and general admission. All ticket prices increase $5 day of show. There is an 8 ticket limit.

  • $35 – $45

VIP Ticket Information:

  • $75 Meet & Greet Experience
  • VIP tickets alone does not allow entry. VIP add-on ticket is an additional $75 for meet and greet with artist.  Must purchase any price level ticket to be eligible to purchase the VIP upsell tickets.
  • Limited Quantities available.


Discounted Room Rates At Radisson HERE!

Looking for a place to stay just blocks from The State Theatre?  The Radisson is your place and we offer you a discounted rate of $159 plus taxes.  Make it a night or a weekend getaway in Downtown Kalamazoo!

RSVP On Facebook HERE


Security Information:
All patrons are subject to search, pat down, and wanding.  The following items are not allowed in the venue: guns, knives, lasers, tasers, mace, glass items, cameras, selfie sticks, outside food or beverage, no bags over the dimensions of 8 inches wide by 5 inches tall with a width of 2 inches,  and other items that may challenge public safety.  You can view our full list by visiting our frequently asked questions here


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