Goldenvoice Plots ‘Day N Vegas’ Festival With Kendrick, J. Cole, Travis Scott

Day N Vegas
– Day N Vegas
Sin City will host the inaugural Day N Vegas, a major hip-hop festival from heavyweight promoter Goldenvoice, this November. The event is slated to feature some serious rapping star power.
The event will take place Nov. 1-3 at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds. Daily lineups are already revealed, though it’s not clear is single-day and three-day passes will be available at the same time.
Tickets go on sale June 28 at 12 p.m. PST. According to social media, fans can get tickets while putting only $10 down.
The absolutely stacked lineup features J. Cole, Travis Scott, Kendrick Lamar, Migos, Tyler, The Creator, Lil Uzi Vert, Schoolboy Q, 21 Savage, Lil Baby, Juice WRLD, Miguel, 6lack, Nav, Goldlink, Denzel Curry, Roddy Richh, Megan Thee Stallion, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Lil Nas X, Da Baby, Brockhampton and many, many more.
It is impossible not to notice parallels between Day N Vegas and the hip-hop super festival Rolling Loud, which recently expanded to Los Angeles and Australia is working on editions in New York and Northern California’s Bay Area. 
“We’re seeing some competition from the big multi-genre festivals, and obviously there are and will be more and more corporate promoters putting together hip-hop festivals now that they see the success of ours,” Rolling Loud co-founder Tariq Cherif recently told Pollstar. “Whether it’s a big promoter or radio station, I think we’ll see some others.” 
At a smaller scale events like Real Street, which takes over Anaheim’s Honda Center Aug. 10-11, have also begun popping up. That event, which features A$AP Rocky, Future, Migos, 2 Chainz, Big Sean, Meek Mill, Miguel, Rae Sremmurd, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, is a collaboration between Synergy Global Entertainment, iHeartmedia / Real 92.3-FM and the Honda Center.
Day N Vegas is also using the same venue as C3’s recently announced Metarama Festival, which mixes video gaming and music. 
Goldenvoice also just put on Porter Robinson’s inaugural Second Sky festival in Oakland, Calif., and is promising a return in 2020.