The Year In Review – 2011: Strange Music Hits The Road [Part One]

Dec 28 2011

It’s been said time and time again. One of the most significant reasons behind Strange Music’s success is the seemingly non-stop touring that takes all of the acts across the country year in and year out. In 2011, Strange Music’s touring game was bigger than ever as Tech N9ne made his way to Canada while Krizz Kaliko and Kutt Calhoun stepped out on their own for the Strange Noize Tour 2011. Summer then experienced a heatwave thanks to the All 6’s And 7’s Tour, which boasted 82 shows in 85 days only to be followed by The Lost Cities Tour in the fall. From country to country and state to state, Strange Music took Strangeland to the people, one city at a time. With the year coming to a close, we’ve decided to take a look back at some of the most memorable moments from the road.

For part one, we look back at all of the excitement from the Strange Noize Tour 2011:

Strange Noize Tour 2011

Strange Noize Tour 2011 – Featuring Kutt Calhoun And Krizz Kaliko

The Strange Noize Tour 2011 once again brought together two of the most successful independent labels around as Strange Music and Suburban Noize joined forces to take their very best artists out on the road. Featuring Krizz Kaliko and Kutt Calhoun, the tour also included performances from Saigon, Potluck, Johnny Richter of the Kottonmouth Kings, and J Hornay. Allowing Krizz Kaliko and Kutt Calhoun to shine on their own, the tour was a huge hit with fans everywhere.

1) Strange Noize Tour 2011 kicks off in Detroit

2) Kutt Calhoun freestyles before hitting the stage

3) St. Patrick’s Day on the Strange Noize Tour

4) Kutt Calhoun performs in Atlanta

5) The Finale

Did you attend the Strange Noize Tour 2011? What were some of your favorite memories from the tour? Share them with us in the comments below!