Observatory Orange County Shows

Big K.R.I.T.

with Rapsody, Domani Harris
Sun October 6, 2019
( Doors: 7:00 pm ) SHOW: 8:00 pm PDT
The Observatory
3503 South Harbor Boulevard, Santa Ana, CA
All Ages
$25.00 - $150.00

Each Big KRIT Meet & Greet Package Includes:

  • One (1) GA Ticket with Venue Early Entry
  • One (1) Meet & Greet and Photo Opportunity with Big KRIT
  • One (1) Big K.R.I.T. Duffle Bag
  • One (1) Big K.R.I.T. Commemorative VIP Laminate
Each Big KRIT Early Entry Package Includes:
  • One (1) GA Ticket with Venue Early Entry
  • One (1) Big K.R.I.T. Drawstring Bag
  • One (1) Big K.R.I.T. Commemorative VIP Laminate


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Parking is available at the Premium Lot ($15) in front of the venue and at the General Lot ($10) just a block away. Parking lots open at 6 pm each night. Please pay close attention to all parking signage as towing is heavily enforced by our neighbors. Fans are encouraged to purchase their parking passes in advance. 

Street parking available on W. Moore Street, W. Alpine Street, and S. Yale St, all within a short walk (5-10 minutes) of the venue.

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Big K.R.I.T.

Recalling the Dirty South sound of UGK and Scarface, Mississippi rapper/producer Big K.R.I.T. spent five years on the mixtape circuit honing his skills before his 2010 release took his career to another level.The release was the mixtape K.R.I.T. Wuz Here, a groundbreaking critical success that had bloggers declaring the South's future, while a commercial success as well, generating enough downloads and "likes" that the Def Jam label took notice, signing the artist that same year. It was also the year K.R.I.T. -- which stands for King Remembered In Time -- appeared on Currensy's Top 40 debut, Pilot Talk, along with Wiz Khalifa's hit mixtape Kush & Orange Juice. His 2011 release Return of 4eva was extravagant by mixtape standards, with elaborate cover art and guest appearances from Chamillionaire, Raheem DeVaughn, and David Banner, along with challenging titles like "Another Naive Individual Glorifying Greed and Encouraging Racism." A track on R&B singer Chris Brown's 2011 mixtape Boy in Detention indicated that his commercial aspirations were still there as well, although the guest list for his 2012 debut, Live from the Underground, would be a mix of true hip-hop (Eightball & MJG, Devin the Dude, and Bun B) and truly surprising (B.B. King, Anthony Hamilton). ~ David Jeffries

Rapsody
Domani Harris