Travis Scott, Lil Wayne, Kevin Gates For JMBLYA Festival in Dallas, Austin

JMBLYA festival this year will feature Travis Scott, Lil Wayne, Kevin Gates and many more May 3-4 in Austin and Dallas, with tickets going on sale March 1.
Produced by Austin-based promoter ScoreMore Shows, the seventh annual JMBLYA kicks off Dallas on May 3 with a return to the historic Fair Park near downtown Dallas followed by a stop in Austin on Saturday, May 4 at the Circuit of The Americas. 
Last year, both locations hosted JMBLYA’s largest crowds to date with 60,000-plus total attendees across two days according to festival organizers.  
Others on the lineup include Gunna, Sheck Wes, Youngboy Never Broke Again, Bhad Bhaboe, Blueface, City Girls, and Maxo Kream.
Travis Scott continues to headline major festivals and arenas, following a high-profile Super Bowl performance with Maroon 5 in February. Recent boxoffice reports from his Astroworld – Wish You Were Here Tour include Feb. 13 at Toyota Center in Houston, Texas, which sold 14,120 tickets and grossed $1.38 million, and the Forum in Inglewood, Calif., Feb. 8 (16,305 tickets, $1.72 million) after already selling two nights at the Forum in December, which sold a combined 32,487 tickets ($2.6 million).  He also did his own inaugural Astroworld Festival in Houston in November, produced by ScoreMore. 
Not happening this year is JMBLYA in Houston, which got a JMBLYA stop in 2013 and 2018, as ScoreMore says it is focusing its Houston efforts on the Astroworld Festival. 
This year, JMBLYA is offering its most luxurious VIP ticket option to date with the debut of the Drop Top VIP package for $2,500.  This package includes four festival passes, complimentary golf cart rides from stage to stage, a personal professional photographer assigned to the ticket-buyer and their three guests throughout the event; a very special and private porta-potty with a bathroom attendant and more.
The VIP experience may be appropriate for ScoreMore, which prides itself in hospitality from the artists to fans.
“Our style was different. We took really good care of the artists,” ScoreMore Shows co-founder Sascha Stone Guttfreund told Pollstar previously. “It was all about hospitality and we made sure they had a great experience. The artists also appreciated we were really passionate about the music.”
In May 2018 Live Nation announced it was acquiring ScoreMore Shows, with Live Nation President of U.S. Concerts Bob Roux saying, “Sascha and the ScoreMore team have a proven ability to form very early and long-lasting relationships with top talent, and their groundbreaking events, whether an intimate club show or a giant festival, really resonate with a diverse and passionate audience base, as well as with the leading artists that they present.”
Last year’s JMBLYA lineup included J. Cole,  Migos, Playboi Carti, Trippie Redd and many others.