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JMBLYA Returns to Dallas

The Texas-based festival takes over Dos Equis Pavilion for Labor Day Weekend.
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Lineup for JMBLYA 2021 Courtesy of ScoreMore Shows
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JMBLYA Returns to Dallas

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JMBLYA, the Austin-based hip hop touring festival, will stop in Dallas on September 4.

Atlanta-based rapper Future headlines this year’s festival. Gunna, The Kid LAROI, Lil Tecca, and Flo Milli (FrontRow editor’s personal favorite) accompany him on the lineup. Trae Tha Truth and DJ Mr. Rogers represent Houston as the festival’s special guests for Labor Day weekend. Spotemgottem, the Florida rapper who took over Billboard, will also join Trae The Truth and DJ Mr. Rogers as a special guest. The voice behind the #JuneBugChallenge rounds out the festival with Cico P, Metro Marrs, Mike Dimes, SoFaygo, and Phora.

This year’s festival will be held at Dos Equis Pavilion, an upgrade from the festival’s early beginnings at South Side Ballroom Hall and the Coliseum Parking Lot at Fair Park.

ScoreMore Shows, a Texas-based music promoter company, is offering fans early bird access to special pre-sale tickets at 10:00 a.m. on June 9. For early access, sign up for the official newsletter on JMBLYA.com.

Tickets officially go on sale on Friday, June 11 at 10:00 a.m. If you miss the Dallas stop, catch the festival in Austin on September 5 at Germania Amphitheater.

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