Migos and SZA headline the Oakland festival that promises to shine in its first year.
Coachella is almost always certain to attract fans from all over the world to check out their favorite artists and discover new acts. The company behind Coachella, Goldenvoice, has announced they are bringing the festival appeal to the Bay Area with the first edition of the Blurry Vision Festival happening May 12 and 13. If you're not making your way out to Miami for Rolling Loud, which happens the same weekend, the Oakland fest plans to bring the same fire for hip-hop and R&B lovers in California.
SZA and the Migos are headlining the two-day show, with a stacked supporting group that includes Brockhampton, NxWorries (Anderson .Paak & Knwledge,) Kamaiyah, Majid Jordan, Isaiah Rashad and Roy Wood$. Rounding out the line-up are Joji, Smino, dvsn, Sango and Xavier Omär. With enough star-power to keep fans entertained on end, the list of talent is impressive for a first-year festival.
The festival is fairly affordable, with two-day general admission tickets being offered for $185 and single day passes at $99. The live music experience promises to be a memorable one for Bay Area residents and, since Coachella is consistently one of the best festivals of the year, sharing the same organizer is encouraging. Check out the full line-up below and let us know if you're planning on making it out to Oakland for the festival.