The Mob Museum will host a special program
marking 25 years since the murder of Tupac
Shakur in Las Vegas.
The special program, “One Night in Las Vegas:
Murder,” is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 1, at
Shakur was shot on Koval Lane near the Las
Vegas Strip after he attended a fight between
Mike Tyson and Bruce Seldon on Sept. 7, 1996.
He died at a hospital six days later, and the case
is still considered unsolved.
The Mob Museum event will feature a panel
discussion on Shakur’s cultural legacy, the events
that led to his death and the controveries that
The panel will include rapper and Public Enemy
co-founder Chuck D, original Outlawz member
E.D.I. Mean, journalist and film producer
Stephanie Frederic, and former Las Vegas
Metropolitan Police spokesman and assistant
sheriff Greg McCurdy.
Tickets are available for $75, which includes an
opportunity to attend a meet-and-greet with all
panelists prior to the discussion. If your in Las
Vegas you should check it out.