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Hampton Coliseum Features A Variety Of Events This Fall

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HAMPTON-The schedule at Hampton Coliseum this fall features various events for interests of all kinds.

On Saturday, October 2, the coliseum will host The Professional Bull Riders (PBR) Pendleton Whisky Velocity Tour, featuring some of the best athletes of professional bull riding as they face the fiercest bulls in the country. The event will include high-energy sound, lighting, and special effects that will leave spectators on the edge of their seats.

Meanwhile, families will enjoy the return of Disney On Ice Presents Mickey & Friends Thursday, November 4 through Sunday, November 7. Fans have the opportunity to be a part of the action as they help Mickey and his pals venture through treasured Disney tales.

Hampton Coliseum welcomes the Millennium Tour on Saturday, November 13. The concert will feature many artists including Omarion, Bow Wow, Ying Yang Twins, Lloyd, Sammie, Pretty Ricky, Soulja Boy, and Ashanti.

Guests can ring in the New Year on Sunday, January 2, with the Joyful Holiday Experience concert, which will include acts such as Marvin Sapp, The Clark Sisters, Ricky Dillard, and New G, Le’Andria Johnson, and Charles Jenkins.

For ticket information for any upcoming events at Hampton Coliseum, click here.

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