The Pulse is on the red carpet with Nick Cannon to talk about his collaboration with Theatre Box San Diego. The grand opening of Theatre Box®, the new luxury theatre, dining and entertainment complex in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, opened with a ribbon cutting and inaugural “Hand and Footprint Ceremony” in the longstanding tradition of TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, Calif., honoring the esteemed career of Armando Christian Perez, also known as Pitbull. The ceremony was followed by a star-studded red carpet arrival, where Pitbull announced a collaboration with Theatre Box. A DJ performance by Nick Cannon was held in the Chocolate Lounge. Cannon’s Wild ‘N Out Sports Bar and Arcade will open in the second phase of Theatre Box. We get the scoop from Nick on his empire and all he is doing!

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