B.o.B., Dej Loaf, Joey Bada$$ & More to Perform at 2015 Hot 97 Summer Jam Festival Stage
It's that time of the year again. Earlier today (March 19), Hot 97's Ebro in the Morning announced the lineup for the annual Summer Jam concert festival stage.
The artists that will take the stage in 2015 include B.o.B., Dej Loaf and Joey Bada$$. Aside from these three artists, Travi$ Scott and Teyana Taylor will also be performing. The stadium stage lineup will be announced in the coming weeks, but the New York radio station did reveal some of the fun activities attendees can take part in at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. in June. Fans can try their hand at a sneaker-shining station video game truck or partake in just as much tailgating in the parking lot.
“There’s nothing bigger than, or like, HOT 97 Summer Jam,” said Emmis NY/HOT 97 general manager Deon Levingston in a statement. “Summer Jam is the party to be at, where HOT 97 gets to hang out and enjoy hip-hop with our fans. This is the foremost event people all over the world associate with hip-hop festivals, and we’re doing it up big! The Festival Village pre-show will not only have misting and charging stations, but we’re bringing in a spot to get your sneakers cleaned up nice, show off your talent during karaoke, and even try your hand on the graffiti wall. The Festival Stage has the biggest upcoming names out there, so you know the Stadium Stage line-up will knock you off your feet!”
The music fest might not be taking place until the summer, but Hot 97 is hosting a special pre-sale that starts today at 12PM ET, which includes tickets for the "Ebro in the Morning Section" that will only cost you $34.50 -- the lowest price for Summer Jam tickets in the history of the event. To get in on this price, you'll need to sign up for more information at Hot97.com then hop onto Ticketmaster at noon today. The pre-sale will continue until March 25.
General ticket sales will kick off on Mar. 26 via Ticketmaster.
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