See Photos of Migos, Cardi B and More From Rolling Stone Live: Minneapolis
Bad and boujee in Minnesota. Rolling Stone cover stars Migos – their first LP Culture ranked in the top 10 of our Best Albums of 2017 – were the thrilling headliners for our annual live music event, held February 2nd at International Market Square in Minneapolis. Also taking the stage at the Super Bowl weekend bash – presented by Mercedes-Benz and TIDAL and produced by Talent Resources Sports – were fellow performers 21 Savage, T-Pain and DJ Cassidy.
Other revelers on hand for the show (with cocktails provided by spirits sponsors Crown Royal and Ace of Spade) included Cardi B, Busta Rhymes, Rachel Platton and NFL great Ray Lewis. One major innovation for 2018: for the first time, Rolling Stone partnered TIDAL to livestream the highly anticipated performances – adding to their growing TIDAL X live event programs. Check out the best photos from the party below.
Kings of Hip-Hop
Migos – the headliners and latest Rolling Stone cover stars – were showcased alongside the Mercedes AMG GT C.
Migos’ Offset brings his fiancée Cardi B to light up the night inside International Market Square.
Bringing ‘Culture’ to the People
Takeoff, Quavo and Offset onstage.
All the Feels
Onlookers lean in and take their cell phone shots during Migos’ set.
The “Bad and Boujee” rappers performed hits from their mixtape, Y.R.N., as well as their latest album, Culture II.
New York Giants star Odell Beckham Jr. – his hilarious Dirty Dancing-inspired NFL ad with Eli Manning made waves Sunday night – poses with the all-new 2019 G 550.
Cue the Cannons
Confetti coats the energetic crowd during Migos’ set.
Fans were treated to tastings of spirits sponsor Crown Royal’s top shelf whiskeys.
Buy U a Drank
T-Pain amps up the crowd with his catalog of hits.
Busta Rhymes and Ray Lewis
The legends share a moment during the party.
The “Bank Account” artist opened up the show.
‘Bad and Boujee’
Migos performs their hits to a packed house.
“Fight Song” singer Rachel Platton popped in for the soiree.
DJ Cassidy spinned at the annual party, which was live-streamed for the first time via TIDAL X.