CIAA 2017: Celebrities Coming to Charlotte


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Rappers Jeezy and DMX, and actor Morris Chestnut are among dozens of celebrities scheduled to appear in Charlotte during CIAA Week.

Credit: Facebook @Jeezy, @DMX, @MorrisChestnut

GET READY for Charlotte's annual week of celebrity spotting. CIAA Week 2017 is happening February 20-26, and while it's anchored by the CIAA Basketball Tournament, it's the hundreds of surrounding social events and parties that bring most of the celebrity hosts and performers.

Below is the list of celebs who are scheduled to appear in Charlotte, according to publicized event promotions. As usual, these famous names are dominated by popular rappers and DJs – old-school and new-school – with a few movie actors, comedians, and reality TV stars in the mix.

Listed in alphabetical order.

2 Chainz

21 Savage

Angela Yee

Anthony Hamilton

BJ The Chicago Kid

Blac Youngsta

Boosie

Brand Nubian

Bruce Bruce

Cardi B

Charlamagne Tha God

Chubb Rock

Cynthia Bailey

DJ Drama

DJ Duffey

DJ Envy

DJ Esco

DJ Jazzy Jeff

DJ Kid Capri

DJ Kool

DJ Red Alert

DJ Self

DJ SNS

DMX

Don Cannon

Ed Lover

EPMD

Fabolous

Funk Flex

Gucci Mane

Jeezy

Juicy J

Jussie Smollett

K Camp

Keith Murray

Kenny Burns

Kyra Chaos

Lance Gross

Laz Alonso

Mase

Meek Mill

Method Man

Migos

Mike Epps

Morris Chestnut

OT Genasis

Peter Thomas

Plies

Rakim

Red Man

Skillz

Special Ed

Tony Rock

Tony Terry

Toya Wright

Trey Songz

Troy Ave

Tyler Lepley

Vanessa A. Williams

YFN Lucci

Yo Gotti

Young Dolph

Young M.A

Young Thug

Be sure to check out charlottemagazine.com/ciaa for the lists of events and parties where these celebrities are scheduled to appear.

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