Southern Entertainment Awards January 25-28, Ceremony to Air on CW Television

This years’ SEAs will be filmed and will be airing on the TV station CW sometime late Feburary or early March.

The 4th Annual Southern Entertainment Awards voting ended in November, and now that December is here, there’s only one month left until the Awards Ceremony takes place at the Grand Casino in Tunica, MS this coming January 25-28, 2007. This years’ SEAs will be filmed and will be airing on the TV station CW sometime late Feburary or early March according to SEA’s VP/Event Coordinator, Janiro Hawkins II, so guests should dress camera ready.

For those who plan on attending and looking to book a room for the 4 day occasion, rooms are still available up until December 15, 2006 at $99 a night via the official Harrahs website or call 1-800-394-7263 with the code S01AWAA. If anyone is looking to get their products in the SEA’s gift bags then they are advised to contact Janiro Hawkins II at 615-397-7827. Products will no longer be accepted after January 1st, 2007. Performance slots for the “SEA/Almost Famous Showcase” are also still available.

This year’s SEAs is expecting it’s largest attendance ever and has already a number of confirmed celebrity guests including Pacman Jones (TN Titans), La Chat, Gangsta Boo, Chyna Whyte, BG, Nakia Shine, Cadillac Don & J. Money, Yo Gotti, Granddaddy Souf, Dj Smallz, Gucci Mane, Kiotti, Aphilliates, Jody Breeze (Boyz N Da Hood) and others.

Tickets for the event can be bought at any Ticket Master outlet or online for $40. For more information, logon to the official SEA website at

The 4th Annual Southern Entertainment Awards is sponsored by, Rap Coalition, DV8 Magazine, Platinum Bound Records, Intaprize Entertainment, GTT Entertainment, Liquid Thoughts Publishing, Mastermind Music, Hitt Hard Records, Type A Marketing, Swisha House, Hood Magazine, Urban CD/Likewise Media, Rap-A-Lot Records, Island/Def Jam Music Group, Universal Records, Atlantic Records, Warner Bros., Brownwave Entertainment, Select-O-Hits, Get Em Magazine, Concrete Magazine, Obtuse Music,, Verseus Entertainment, and Almost Famous.

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