September can’t get here fast enough for me. However, the Day N Vegas Festival, which takes place from Sept. 2 to 4, is a great way to enter the fall season into the Las Vegas Festival Grounds, as it features some of the biggest names in hip-hop music.
J. Cole, SZA, Travis Scott, Playboi Carti, and Baby Keem are just a handful of the big names scheduled to perform. Scott hasn’t performed at a festival since the tragedy that struck his Astroworld Festival in November 2021, and this will be his first opportunity to do so.
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Pusha T, 21 Savage, Summer Walker, H.E.R., and Trippie Redd are also on the bill. StubHub, TicketCity, SeatGeek, and MegaSeats are currently selling tickets for the three-day event. Additionally, if you’re a first-time customer of Vivid Seats, use coupon code NJ20 at checkout to save $20 off orders over $200. This is really cool.
SeatGeek had the cheapest three-day general admission tickets we could find at $429 before fees at the time of publication. Even with the Vivid Seat discount, you might get the best value for your money there. A variety of passes, including one-day and VIP options, are available here. Prices are always subject to change.
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If you’re unable to make it to Las Vegas between September 2 and 4, that’s fine. This year, there is a slew of fantastic festivals taking place around the United States. The following are just a few of our personal favorites. Loudly rumbling. Dates: 22-24 July; Location: Miami, Florida. Kanye “Ye” West, Kendrick Lamar, and Future are the festival’s headliners. Tickets can be purchased right here.
Chicago, Illinois; July 28-31
Metallica, BTS’s j-hope, and hip-hop artist J. Cole are among the headliners.
Not a Picnic in the Park.On August 27-28 in Pasadena, California
The Strokes, LCD Soundsystem, and Phoebe Bridgers are just a few of the headliners set to take the stage. Tickets can be purchased right here.
The Firefly Festival.
Dover, Delaware; Sept. 22-25. It’s going to be an all-star line-up, including Green Day, Dua Lipa, and MCR. Tickets can be purchased right here. Austin, Texas: The End of the Road.Dates: 7th, 14th, and 16th of October; Austin, Texas. Red Hot Chili Peppers, Lil Nas X, and P!nk are among the headliners. Tickets can be purchased right here.
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The date for Day N Vegas 2022 has been set. Las Vegas Festival Grounds will host the event from September 2-4. SZA, J. Cole, and Travis Scott will perform as the night’s headliners. Playboi Carti, Summer Walker, and H.E.R. are just some of the artists who will be performing at the show. Other performers include 21 Savage, Pusha T, Blxst, Chlöe, Syd, and Pink Sifu.
The Creator Headlined Day N Vegas.
Last year, Kendrick Lamar and Tyler, the Creator headlined Day N Vegas. The festival’s initial headliner, Travis Scott, withdrew from the lineup after the 2021 Astroworld disaster forced him to cancel his appearance. Sources tell Variety that Travis Scott will headline the September 2-4 Day N Vegas festival. Ten people were killed when the audience erupted during his act at the tragic Astroworld festival in November, which was his first festival appearance since then. TMZ originally broke the story.
Prior to this announcement, Scott said he would be playing South American music festivals in the fall. In addition to headliners SZA and J. Cole, the festival’s lineup also includes Playboi Carti, 21 Savage, Summer Walker, H.E.R
Jhene Aiko, Trippie Redd, Trippie Smith, Joji and Aminé, City Girls, T-Pain, Vince Staples and Freddie Gibbs and Steve Lacy, and Terms and Sabrina Claudio. The complete line-up is shown here. On Friday, September 2nd, through Sunday, September 4th, the Las Vegas Festival Grounds will play host to the Goldenvoice-produced festival.