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XXL Freshmen Tickets
XXL Freshmen TicketsFor 12 years, XXL Magazine has been producing a music festival consisting of a setlist full of its annual up-and-coming favorites: the XXL Freshmen. Each year hyped crowds come out to celebrate R&B and hip-hop in NYC and Los Angeles, normally toward the end of July. The list of 2019 XXL Freshmen Class made what is said to be one of the dopest Freshmen Class covers to date.
The 12th Annual Crowd-PleaserEach year, two shows are held in New York and Los Angeles. This year, the New York show was held at the PlayStation Theater on July 22nd, and the Los Angeles show was held at The Novo on July 25th. The show began with R&B Def Jam artist YK Osiris. When he crooned his track "Worth It," he had the crowd wound around his microphone hanging on every note that escaped his vocal cords. Philadelphia emcee Tierra Whack took the stage next with her stage presence overflowing with powerful energy. She notably ate from a bag of Lay's potato chips while performing and passed bags out to the audience while performing hit tracks "Unemployed" and "Wasteland" as well as some of the singles from Whack World. Next up was Comethazine, performing hits from Bawskee 2. "Benjamin Counter" and "Hippopotamus" turned an already hyped crowd all the way up. YBN Cordae then took advantage of the high-energy atmosphere and previewed a track from his new album The Lost Boy, also bangin' out hits like "Kung Fu" and "Have Mercy." Rico Nasty then overcame the stage with her hip-hop and rock blended style, starting with the ultra-perfect lead into her performance with the single "Coed" from her album Anger Management. She rounded out her stage presence with the track "Smack a B*tch" while lobbing inflated beach balls into the crowd with her name on them. Before she handed the stage over, a pillow fight broke out just when showgoers swore it could get no better. Lil Mosey then took over with a combination of velvety R&B and bass street treats like "Kamikaze" and "Noticed." West Coast rapper Roddy Ricch brought tracks from his album Feed Tha Streets. He had the crowd lit with tracks like "Project Dreams" and "Die Young," followed up by his 2018 hit "Every Season." Megan Thee Stallion then took the stage, but only in LA due to bad weather. In Los Angeles, she burst on the scene and served up sexiness in an aggressively boastful manner, spreading feminine power throughout the PlayStation Theater crowd. Blueface then came with hits like "Bleed It" while bringing a wet mop onstage and mopping while dancing ever so casually. He couldn't leave the stage without performing "Thotiana." Dababy kept up the energy levels and shut down his set with "Suge" and "Walker Texas Ranger." He went directly into the audience to be with his fans. Gunna closed out the entire show by bringing a guitarist out with him to perform "Pedestrian," "Baby Birkin" and more. The crowd left hyped with a memory of a lifetime.
Where can I buy XXL Freshmen Class tickets?The best place to buy your tickets for the 2020 XXL Freshmen Class performances is at StubHub. Between the ease and flexibility of price and seating filters and the easily navigated platform, StubHub is the right choice.
How long is the XXL Freshmen show?The show lasts approximately three to four hours. Every year showtimes will change since the performers and their sets are different each year.
Will the XXL Freshmen tour come to a city near me?The shows are held in NYC and Los Angeles normally, so the only way they will be coming to a city near you is if you reside in a city near either of these two locations.
When is the list of performers for the annual XXL Freshmen shows announced?Each year the list of performers that have been chosen as one of the XXL Freshmen comes out approximately a month before they are set to perform in the two shows. Tickets go on sale directly after the Freshmen are announced by XXL Magazine.
What is an XXL Freshmen setlist like?A setlist cannot be of any relevance since it changes from year to year. Fans can be assured that their experiences will be full of each artist's biggest hits.
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