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Jon Bream of the Star Tribune has a review of last night's opening stop of the "Coming Home Tour." There is also a photo gallery.

I found it an interesting read because it talked about the show, which gives you an idea of what to expect at future stops - including Norfolk, VA on April 24, which I will be attending. Some notes:

- The performance was 80 minutes long.

- It featured an "elaborate, artful" light and video show, in Bream's words, the most "expensive ever seen at a hip-hop club performance."

- Guests like Lil' Wayne and Rick Ross were featured on a video screen. Previously, Diddy had mentioned that album guests from "Last Train to Paris" would be visually represented.

- The band included a drummer, two keyboardists and three backup singers.

- The show included a "heartfelt" tribute to Biggie, as previously reported.

- There was a medley of past Bad Boy hits.

- The show concluded with "Hello Good Morning" and a "quick sermon about self-determination."

- As far as the length of the show, including all performances and breaks: doors opened at 9 PM, ended at 1:45 AM.