Freestyle Music Festival at Mizner Park Amphitheatre on Saturday, October 10, at 6 p.m. (Up to 47% Off)
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In a Nutshell
Seven of the world’s biggest freestyle acts headline a festival of the music, including the Sugarhill Gang, Shannon, TKA, and Judy Torres
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$49 for one ticket to Freestyle Music Fest (up to $92.40 value)
When: Saturday, October 10, at 6 p.m.
Where: Mizner Park Amphitheatre
General admission, standing-room only
Door time: 4 p.m.
Freestyle Music Fest
Sugarhill Gang: This seminal collective is often credited for bringing hip-hop to the mainstream with their 1979 Top-40 hit, “Rapper’s Delight”
TKA: The freestyle trio TKA dominated New York and Miami dance clubs with the hits “Louder Than Love” and “Maria”
Judy Torres: “The Queen of Freestyle” is known for her long-running freestyle radio show on New York’s WKTU, and for mixing bouncy beats with sad lyrics
George Lamond: The influential freestyle singer blends pop and R & B with reggaeton, bachata, and salsa on singles such as “Bad of the Heart”
Johnny O: He’s brought his impassioned tenor to “Fantasy Girl,” “Highways of Love,” and “Dreamboy/Dreamgirl,” a duet with fellow freestyle singer Cynthia
Shannon: Also known as the International Queen of Freestyle, this dance-pop songwriter owned the airwaves in 1984 with “Let the Music Play”
Giggles: The Bronx-based singer hit it big with the radio hit “Love Letter,” and has since traipsed across the Billboard dance charts with hits such as “Hot Spot” and “What Goes Around Comes Around”