Trae Day Moved To Northwest Mall, Says Trae

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Well, there you have it, hot off of Twitter. Trae Day, which had been searching for a new venue since the International Ballroom backed out a couple of weeks ago, has found a new home at Northwest Mall (9600 Hempstead Hwy., aka U.S. 290) on the same day as originally scheduled, July 22. Trae's publicist, Nancy Byron, just confirmed this to Rocks Off via email.

Looks like all the previously scheduled Trae Day performers (Young Buck, Big Pokey, Wacka Flocka Flame, etc.) are still planning on showing up too. Rocks Off also found a postcard/flyer with the new information on Twitter; check it out after the jump.

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