The 3:Twenty Tour: Xzibit, d12, Obie Trice

VIP Christchurch

Reserve your own private suite at the show:

10 and 14 person suites available
  • Unlimited food and beverage
  • Dedicated host
  • Security
  • Exclusive access at doors

VIP Auckland

Auckland spaces selling fast!
  • Exclusive VIP space on the floor
  • Dedicated VIP bar
  • Exclusive access at doors
  • $199 +bf

Time To Git Up:
Rap Legends Xzibit, D12 and Obie Trice Are Co-Headlining a 2024 New Zealand Tour

The massive shows offer an extremely rare opportunity, as all three artists will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of their most loved album.

Two decades ago, what was undeniably a formative period for modern Hip-Hop, three of the biggest names in Rap - Xzibit, D12 and Obie Trice - all released their most beloved albums. Now the trio are celebrating their joint 20th anniversary by bringing the ultimate co-headline live show to New Zealand this June.Xzibit’s Man vs. Machine, D12’s iconic D12 World and Obie Trice’s Cheers, are all celebrating 20 years of musical influence in 2024 and there’s no doubt that each of these acts will come together and put on the show to match.The two New Zealand shows will kick off at Wolfbrook Arena in Christchurch on June 28, followed by Auckland’s Trusts Arena on June 29.Alvin Nathaniel Joiner, better known by his stage name Xzibit, was picked up by Dr Dre as a rising Rap prodigy in the early noughties. Dre went on to executive produce Xzibit’s top-charting 2004 record, Man vs. Machine, his most successful album that debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 and still exists today as a gold standard of modern Hip-Hop. Xzibit has since continued his international fame through other highly successful ventures, such as hosting MTV’s iconic ‘Pimp My Ride’ and ‘Cribs’ and acting in TV as per CSI: Miami, Hawaii Five-O and many more.You’ll definitely know the name of this band - D12, an initialism for The Dirty Dozen, is an American hip hop group from Detroit who have had chart-topping albums worldwide since their conception in 1996. The group released the now multi-platinum D12 World in 2004, spawning numerous hit singles like “Git Up”, “My Band”, and “How Come.” With past members including former frontman Eminem, the now stripped-back group packs a mean punch in their live set.Obie Trice (real name, no gimmicks) spent the early years of his global career signed to Eminem’s label Shady Records, where he wrote and recorded his debut record, Cheers, which topped charts worldwide. Now certified multi-platinum, Cheers boasts possibly the most impressive features lineup on a debut record, with spots from Eminem, Nate Dogg, Timbaland, Lloyd Banks, 50 Cent, Dr. Dre, D12 and Busta Rhymes. Obie Trice’s legacy lives on today through his own record label, Black Market Entertainment, on which he’s produced his latest three studio albums.