Pull out your "Grillz" and lace up your "Air-Force Ones" because Nelly is hitting the Revolution Concert House this Thursday. This show is a must go for Millenials. For me, Nelly represents an era in music when things were much simpler and allot more fun. Listening to County Grammer on repeat on my way home from high-school, or pretending to rap every line on (EI), I was a Nelly fanatic.

Bet, I will be at the show (shaking my tailfeather) and re-living all the Nelly-nostalgia I can handle. If you were on the fence, here are three reason's not to miss Nelly at the Rev.

1) The Music: Nelly launched a mid-west movement when he dropped, Country Grammer in the year 2000. Songs like Grillz, Ride Wit Me, Dilemma, have become massive hits and staple marks in pop-culture. Nelly has so many hit songs, one could argue he is on an "iconic" level.

2) More than an artist: Of course you know Nelly for his music but did you know he's also appeared in movies and TV shows as well? Nelly has been in movies such as The Longest Yard, and A Fall From Grace as well as TV shows such as Real Husbands of Hollywood, and Black Poker.

3) This could be his last Treasure Valley appearance: Nelly graced the Boise Music Festival Stage a few years back, but other than that his appearances in the Gem State have been non-existent. At 47 years-old, his "touring" days may soon be coming to an end. This is a perfect opportunity to see Nelly in his prime.

Don't have your tickets. Listen to Lucky The Dj today (Wednesday the 19th) or purchase them here.