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Migos and Gucci Mane Join JMBLYA Lineup at Fair Park

Rain drop, drop top, May 5 at Fair Park's Coliseum Parking Lot.
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Migos perform at JMBLYA last year.

This May’s JMBLYA music festival is shaping up to be the hip-hop show of the year with today’s announcement that Migos and Gucci Mane are joining Chance the Rapper on the bill.

The fifth annual edition of the Texas festival, which returns to Fair Park on May 5 before heading to Austin’s Circuit of the America on May 6, unveiled its full lineup today:

  • Chance The Rapper
  • Gucci Mane
  • Steve Aoki
  • Migos
  • Lil Uzi Vert
  • 6LACK
  • Young Dolph
  • Snow Tha Product
  • YFN Lucci
  • Pell
  • DJ Mr. Rogers

Gucci Mane, not long out the feds when he guested on one of 2016’s biggest songs with Rae Sremmurd, “Black Beatles,” is enjoying a second renaissance of late, but the East Atlanta Santa has been a legend for years on the strength of his prolific mixtape output. Migos are currently one of the biggest things in music with the No. 1 single “Bad and Boujee,” and Chance the Rapper just last October sold out the Bomb Factory for one of the most jubilant hip-hop shows Dallas has ever seen.

It’s a leveling up moment for Texas-based promoter ScoreMore Shows’ JMBLYA, which was being held at South Side Ballroom five years ago. The artists and the venues—here, the Coliseum Parking Lot outside the Cotton Bowl at Fair Park—have certainly gotten bigger.

Tickets are on sale now, with general admission passes starting at $60.


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