Cudi will headline the first day of the festival, which will also boast performances from Jack Harlow, Black Pumas, Louis the Child, Skepta, Jpegmafia, Beabadoobee, Aly and AJ, Paris Texas, Quin XCII, Julia Wolf, and more. Halsey will feature on day two, along with Flume, Roddy Ricch, Jovi, YG, Tove Lo, Denzel Curry, Peach Tree Rascals, and DJ Diesel (a.k.a. former NBA star Shaquille O’Neal).
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Migos dropped out of the festival on Tuesday, June 7, with Lil Wayne tapped to step in as their replacement for the Friday night spot. Wayne subsequently dropped out of the fest and was replaced by A$AP Ferg.
The festival will close out June 12 with J. Cole, Glass Animals, Playboi Carti, Kaytranada, Clairo, Becky G, Jazmine Sullivan, 100 Gecs, Japanese Breakfast, Coin, Soccer Mommy, Duckwrth, Del Water Gap, J.I.D., and more. A full lineup is available on the poster below.
Updated schedule with adjusted set times for tonight: pic.twitter.com/7CqNLIMkco
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