Atlanta Memorial Set for Migos Rapper Takeoff

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Takeoff performs during Lil Weezyana 2022 at Champions Square on October 29, 2022 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Erika Goldring/Getty Images)

A celebration of life for late Migos rapper Kirsnick Khari Ball, who performed under the name Takeoff, is scheduled for noon Nov. 11 at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena.

Takeoff died after a shooting early Nov. 1 outside a bowling alley in Houston. He was 28.

He was a member of Grammy-winning act Migos along with Quavo and Offset.

Free tickets are available only to Georgia residents starting Nov. 8 at 2 p.m. Eastern via Ticketmaster. Fans can secure a maximum of two tickets. Tickets are non-transferrable, and parties must enter the venue together.

Takeoff was the youngest member of Migos, the rap trio from suburban Atlanta that also featured his uncle Quavo — who was also present at the shooting but was not injured — and cousin Offset. The group first broke through with the massive hit “Versace” in 2013. The song was remixed by Drake, heightening its popularity.

The group had four Top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, though Takeoff was not on their multi-week No. 1 hit “Bad and Boujee,” featuring Lil Uzi Vert. They put out a trilogy of albums called “Culture,” “Culture II” and “Culture III,” with the first two albums hitting No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart. They also earned an ASCAP Vanguard Award in 2018, for their streaming success with multiplatinum songs like “Motorsport (featuring Cardi B and Nicki Minaj),” “Stir Fry,” and “Walk It Talk It.”

The trio also played a fictional version of themselves on an episode of the hit TV show “Atlanta,” but the group was not currently together.

Offset, who is married to Cardi B, released a solo album in 2019, while Takeoff and Quavo released a joint album “Only Built for Infinity Links” last month.

Houston Police continue to investigate the shooting, having identified a person of interest from surveillance footage. Investigators believe the shooting stemmed from an argument in which Bell was not involved.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.