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Missy Elliott Launches Tour, Hosts ‘Party on the Plaza’ in LA on July 10

Just after the launch of Missy Elliott’s headlining tour, Out of This World — The Missy Elliott Experience, the star will be hosting a special event in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday, July 10.

Fans are invited to Missy Elliott Presents Party on the Plaza: An Out of This World Experience, presented in partnership with The Music Center and Gloria Molina Grande Park, at Jerry Moss Plaza this week.

Starting at 7 p.m. PST on July 10, the event is free and open to the public. Elliot is expected to give an onstage welcome at 7:30 p.m. By the end of the dance party, a “can’t-miss surprise” is planned to wrap up the hip-hop icon’s fun night.

The party, which is set to feature live DJs and Elliott’s tour dancers, coincides with the Out of This World Dance Challenge Elliott recently announced and takes place ahead of her duo of headlining dates at the Arena on July 11-12. Party on the Plaza is produced by Monami Entertainment and Wright Productions and sponsored by adidas, PATRÓN EL ALTO Tequila, and Monster Energy.

“As a cultural destination in Los Angeles County where dancing and artistry thrive, The Music Center is proud to be a vital part of Missy Elliott’s OUT OF THIS WORLD Dance Challenge — it is an exciting opportunity to highlight L.A.’s vibrant dance community and encourage people to be creative and connect,” Rachel S. Moore, president and CEO of The Music Center, said in a statement. “Bring on your best dance moves, Angelenos, and get ready to share them with the world!”

Elliott’s 30-date North American tour kicked off on July 4 with a sold-out concert at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, featuring DJ Navarris, Timbaland, Ciara, and Bust Rhymes on the bill.

She’ll next perform on Saturday night, July 6, in Seattle, before heading to California. Elliott’s tour, which is actually her first headlining run despite her decades-long career, goes through Aug. 23.

Source: The Music Center