ONE Musicfest 2018 line-up announced

Progressive urban music fest brings impressive new line-up to Central Park

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I LIKE IT: Cardi B is one of the headlining acts at One Musicfest 2018.

ONE Musicfest returns the weekend of September 8 and 9 , this year taking over Central Park in the Old Fourth Ward. The festival’s newly announced line-up includes leading members of afrobeat, hip-hop, funk, trap, R&B, experimental, crunk, and reggae/soca music scenes. Nas, Cardi B, and Miguel are headlining the festival, with artists like Big Sean, Jeezy, T.I., August Greene ft. Common, Davido, Brandy, Kelis, George Clinton & Parliament, Jessie Reyez, Goldlink, St Beauty, and more filling out the roster.

Early Bird tickets are sold out, but a limited number of tickets are still available, ranging in price from $110 to $750. For more information check ONE Musicfest on Facebook.

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