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Could Day N Vegas Be The Biggest Music Festival This Year?

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When the line-up for Day N Vegas dropped, many people immediately thought, “Wait this has to be fake,” since it touts a jam-packed lineup featuring J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar and Travis Scott. It’s like a hip-hop lover’s dream come true.

Day N Vegas is a new hip-hop festival debuting this November in Las Vegas. You can believe that this festival is the real deal. Goldenvoice is organizing the festival and they’re known for putting on festivals such as Coachella. They’re basically the festival Gods. 

The line up includes Migos, 21 Savage, Megan Thee Stallion, Lil Nas X, Da Baby, Brock Hampton, Tyler The Creator and more. Day one is filled with the artists from Dreamville and Day 3 finishes it off with TDE artists. Reactions from social media have been filled with sheer excitement and tickets are most likely going to sell out. 

Tickets start at $299 plus fees for 3-Day general admission early bird. It includes entry to the festival for all three days. If you’re feeling fancy, there is an option of VIP. The VIP ticket includes access to all three days of the festival with re-entry privileges throughout the weekend. The VIP includes an express festival entrance lane, access to VIP areas with shade, views of the main stage and a cash bar. Additionally, you get private VIP restrooms and on-site VIP concierge. 3-Day VIP tickets start at $549 plus fees.

For our big ballers, there’s super VIP that is probably worth all your money. This includes everything that VIP and GA have but more — upfront viewing area at the main stage, on-site Super VIP concierge and an exclusive Super VIP lounge. 3-Day Super VIP tickets start at $899 plus fees.

You have a lot of options when it comes to tickets, but get them early! Will Day N Vegas go down as one of the biggest music festivals this year? We will find out November 1-3, until then tickets are on sale now.

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