Hip hop artist is a no-show at Saturday night concert in Bangor

Hip hop artist A Boogie Wit da Hoodie was a no-demonstrate at a live performance Saturday evening at the Cross Insurance Heart in Bangor, according to several reports from concertgoers.

A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, whose authentic name is Artist Julius Dubose, did not exhibit up at his concert, which was aspect of a mini-tour of colleges in the Northeast, sponsored by Platinum Enjoyment Group and Spectra, the firm that runs the Cross Insurance Middle.

People arrived at the venue about 7 p.m., in accordance to various posts from concert-goers on a variety of social media platforms, quite a few of whom have been local teens and college or university learners. A DJ entertained the group for far more than an hour, but ultimately, men and women began to get impatient about when the principal act would choose the stage.

Kenneth Proto

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