To celebrate the 30th anniversary of their debut album, Cypress Hill the guys will be joining Hip-Hop duo Atmosphere on a co-headline tour featuring special guest, Z-Trip, with a stop in El Paso.
Cypress Hill will perform at the El Paso County Coliseum Parking Lot on August 10th, with tickets on sale now.
“Very excited to finally return to what we love and that is being in front of our fans. This time away has helped me really appreciate what we do and all the people who have supported and stayed with us over the last 30 years,” Sen Dog shared.
Fans can expect to hear classic Cypress Hill hits, as well as the band’s brand-new single, “Champion Sound” which was released earlier this spring.
The Black Milk produced/mixed track is their first bit of new music since 2018’s Elephants on Acid.
The song was featured on the soundtrack of the recently released R.B.I. Baseball 21, the eighth installment of the R.B.I. franchise developed by Major League Baseball and is also the featured track for their partnership with Montejo Cerveza.
Cypress Hill also partnered with Z2 Comics for their very own original graphic novel, Cypress Hill: Tres Equis! The guys recently launched their very own STANCE sock and will be releasing their “Hits From The Bong” documentary as part of Mass Appeal’s “Hip Hop 50” franchise in partnership with Showtime.
Released on August 13, 1991, Cypress Hill went on to receive both critical and commercial acclaim. The album has been included on a number of “best of” lists from the likes of Source Magazine, Rolling Stone, and Spin and has since been certified multi-platinum.