Hip Hop icons Wu-Tang Clan and Nas will be at Canada Life Centre on Tuesday, October 10, 2023 for their N.Y. State of Mind Tour.

Wu-Tang Clan and Nas Winnipeg Pre-Sale Passwords

Various presales will be available throughout the week before going on sale to the general public. The earliest you can purchase tickets is by using the American Express pre-sale which will take place on Tuesday, February 28 at 10:00am.

  • All Access Presale: Thursday, March 2 @ 10:00am
    • Use the password KILLABEEZ
  • American Express Presale: Tuesday, February 28 @ 10:00am
    • No password or code needed, but you’ll have to use an AMEX card to purchase
  • Wu-Tang Clan & Nas Fan Presale: Wednesday, March 1 @ 10:00am
    • Codes provided by being part of the Wu-Tang Clan or Nas fan club and mailing lists
  • Live Nation & Ticketmaster Presale: Thursday, March 2 @ 10:00am
    • Check back soon, we will update this page once the password is available
  • Spotify Presale: Thursday, March 2 @ 10:00am
    • Sportify subscribers who are following Wu-Tang Clan or Nas will be emailed a presale password

Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, March 3 at 9:00am. [TICKETMASTER]

Wu-Tang Clan

Founded in New York City’s Staten Island in the early 1990s, the Wu-Tang Clan is comprised of members RZA, GZA, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, U-God, Masta Killa, Inspectah Deck, Cappadonna, and the deceased Ol’ Dirty Bastard (ODB). Their name is a reference to a 1983 martial arts film.


Nas (Nasir Jones) first reached an international audience when his track “Halftime” was tapped by producer MC Serch as the opening cut on 1992’s Zebrahead movie soundtrack.  Signed to Columbia Records, the first full-length album by poet and rhyme-master Nas arrived in 1994, Illmatic.  The RIAA platinum hip-hop landmark featured “It Ain’t Hard To Tell,” “The World Is Yours,” and “One.”  1996 brought the breakthrough double-platinum It Was Written (#1 R&B for 7 weeks, #1 pop for 4 weeks), with his first major crossover singles “Street Dreams” and “If I Ruled the World (Imagine That).” Success continued with the double-platinum I Am in 1999 (again #1 pop and #1 R&B), with the chart singles “Nas Is Like,” “Hate Me Now” (featuring Puff Daddy), and “You Won’t See Me Tonight” (featuring Aaliyah).