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Charlie Wilson announces Atlanta concert date in March


The indefatigable Charlie Wilson will return to Atlanta to promote his upcoming album, “In It To Win It.”

The R&B-soul man known to fans as “Uncle Charlie” will swing through Philips Arena at 7:30 p.m. March 4 with guests Fantasia, Johnny Gill and Solero.

Tickets are $49.50-$104 and will go on sale at 10 a.m. Jan. 13 at the venue box office as well as and by calling 1-800-745-3000.

Pre-sale and VIP ticket information can be attained at

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Wilson’s new album, due Feb. 17, features Snoop Dogg, Pitbull, Robin Thicke, Wiz Khalifa and T.I. The first single from the album, “I’m Blessed,” will be released soon.

The singer last played Atlanta – a city he said has always been good to him – in February 2015.

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Date                 City                                          Venue

Feb. 8               Norfolk, VA                   Constant Convocation Center


Feb. 10             Newark, NJ                   Prudential Center


Feb. 11             Buffalo, NY                   Key Bank Center


Feb. 12             Washington, DC            Verizon Center


Feb. 14             Cleveland, OH               Quicken Loan Arena


Feb. 17             Detroit, MI                     Joe Louis Arena


Feb. 18             Columbus, OH              Nationwide Center


Feb. 19             Nashville, TN                 Bridgestone Arena


Feb. 20             Little Rock, AR              Verizon Arena


Feb. 24             St. Louis, MO                Chaifetz Arena


Feb. 25             Chicago, IL                   United Center


Feb. 26             Cincinnati, OH               US Bank Arena


Mar. 2               Baltimore, MD               Royal Farms Arena


Mar. 3               Greensboro, NC            Greensboro Coliseum


Mar. 4               Atlanta, GA                   Philips Arena


Mar. 5               Memphis, TN                 FedExForum


Mar. 8               Los Angeles, CA           Microsoft Theater


Mar. 10             Las Vegas, NV              Grand Garden Arena


Mar. 11             Oakland, CA                 Oracle Arena


Mar. 16             Kansas City, MO           Sprint Center


Mar. 17             Oklahoma City, OK        Chesapeake Energy Arena


Mar. 18             Houston, TX                  Toyota Center


Mar. 19             Grand Prairie, TX           Verizon Theatre


Mar. 23             Tampa, FL                    USF Sun Dome


Mar. 24             Birmingham, AL             Legacy Arena


Mar. 25             New Orleans, LA            Smoothie King Center


About the Author

Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff writer Melissa Ruggieri covers the Atlanta Music Scene and entertainment news for print and online.

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