Former Steeler Antonio Brown returning to Pittsburgh for performance of hip-hop album

Former Steeler Antonio Brown returning to Pittsburgh for performance of hip-hop album
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Former Pittsburgh Steeler Antonio Brown is returning to the Steel City for the first performance of his hip-hop album “Paradigm.”

Brown will be performing at Enclave in the South Side. The performance was originally scheduled for May 20 but was pushed back to June 3 “due to Brown being delayed in Dubai with Floyd Mayweather.”

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In a video posted to the star’s Instagram, “AB will never let Pittsburgh down.”

Brown released his album in April and will be performing it in a one night only concert.

According to Enclave, Brown says this performance is his Pittsburgh reunion and urges fans to be part of the show.

All tickets will be honored for the rescheduled date and a refund will be issued if a ticket holder is unable to make the show.

You must be 21 to attend the event. Doors open at 9 p.m.

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