Written by: Mikala Lugen
Tupac Hologram & The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square Announce Show At Gallivan Center
Ladies and gentlemen, the time has finally arrived. Utah’s Tabernacle Choir will perform a special one-off performance at Salt Lake City’s Gallivan Center alongside special headlining guest Tupac. Of course though it won’t be the real Tupac, it’ll be his hologram.
After making his debut alongside Snoop Dog and Dr. Dre at Coachella 2012, the Tupac hologram will now join the 360-member chorus for a special night of music and sharing in the faith of God. While Tupac isn’t physically here to confirm, it’s shown that he was a believer in God, often showing off his cross tattoo on his back and touching on spiritualism and God in his verses.
The special performance, billed, “All Eyez On Me: A Night Of Tupac & God Featuring The Tabernacle Choir,” will feature a night of some of the rapper’s most iconic beats accompanied by the holy vocals of the choir. The choir hopes to bring joy, peace, and healing to attendees, transcending cultural and generational boundaries through Tupac’s influential career in both music and social activism.
“Tupac was dope. We want to create an atmosphere to highlight his legacy alongside our professional choir for a special night of connecting with God through sick beats,” a spokesperson for The Tabernacle Choir said.
“All Eyez On Me: A Night Of Tupac & God Featuring The Tabernacle Choir” will take place at Gallivan Center on September 31st. Tickets are now available via Gallivan Center’s website. A limited number of super deluxe “All Eyez On Me” tickets will be available, which grants ticket holders access to meet the Tupac hologram, an exclusive merch bundle, a temporary cross tattoo, an April Fool’s Day gimmick, and more.