Hip-hop stars Schoolboy Q, Ty Dolla $ign, Curren$y, and more convene at an all-day fest with food trucks and an outdoor beer garden
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$47.50 for one ticket to Instant Klasick Summer Fest (up to $67.44 value)
When: Saturday, June 13, at noon
Where: Kramer Arena at Earl Warren Showgrounds
Door time: noon
Full offer value includes ticketing fees
Instant Klasick Summer Fest
Schoolboy Q: Over beats that are stripped down and melodic, the rhymes of this member of Black Hippy manage to be both funny and deeply personal. Pitchfork called his third album, Oxymoron, “a victory…Q shines the most when he’s able to reconcile his hustler past with his rap star present.”
Ty Dolla $ign: a multi-instrumentalist who has mastered the bass guitar, drums, guitar, and keyboard, Ty Dolla $ign took over the airwaves in 2013 with the club anthem “Paranoid,” then came right back in January in “Or Nah” with Wiz Khalifa and DJ Mustard
Travi$ Scott: Crafting beats since he was six years old, this Houston hip-hop star found his first break when Kanye indoctrinated him into GOOD Music family’s Very G.O.O.D. Beats. Pairing his flair for backbeats with his chops as a linguist, Scott delivered 2013’s Owl Pharaoh, which scored a BET Hip Hop Awards nomination for Best Mix Tape, and his latest, 2014’s Days Before Rodeo.
Curren$y: The hip-hop star and head of the Jet Life Recordings label has appeared on popular mixtapes with Wiz Khalifa, Trinidad James, and Rick Ross. His own albums include This Ain’t No Mixtape, Jet Files, and Pilot Talk, the last of which features Snoop Dogg and Mos Def.
The Underachievers: AK and Issa Gold comprise the Brooklyn rap duo that pays homage to both old-school and psychedelic hip hop on their mixtapes and debut album, 2014’s Cellar Door: Terminus Ut Exordium
Also Appearing: Austin Sexton | Mo Stylez | Yung Deem