The FOMO festival is coming back around and they’ve already released their 2019 lineup. It was announced that the event will be headlined by Nicki Minaj, Rae Sremmurd and “Gucci Gang”rapper Lil Pump.
This will be the first time Nicki performs at the Australian festival, after recently telling fans she’d be touring Australia in 2019 for the NICKIHNDRX Tour.
FOMO will be held at Brisbane, Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne during two separate weekends in January. There will be sets from producer Mura Masa, singer-songwriter Kali Uchis, Dutch DJ San Holo, Australia’s Anna Lunoe and Scottish artist SOPHIE.
The festival is also planning to expand FOMO By Night to more cities that are still-to-be-determined. The festival will additionally help support arts charity Heaps Decent and the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre by donating one dollar from every online ticket sold.
FOMO organizers will launch an official online ticket resale facility to allow the public to safely sell and purchase tickets.
Catch the full 2019 FOMO lineup, dates and ticket info here.
Nicki Minaj was the headline act at Made In America on Sunday, September 2. Her set at the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia included plenty of highlights from the recently-released Queen plus a few special guests. A$AP Ferg joined the party to play “Plain Jane” while Phily local Lil Uzi Vert came out to join Nicki on “The Way Life Goes.” You can see highlights from the performance, including Uzi’s incredible fit, in our photo gallery below.
Nicki will headline the “Made in America” on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia on September 1 & 2 next to other big names like Meek Mill, Diplo, Post Malone or Zedd. Get your ticket as pre-sale right here.
The Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York got loud and wild on Tuesday night, with the star-studded Tidal X: 10/20 benefit concert. Jay Z, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Usher, Nick Jonas and T.I. were just a few of the huge names that graced the stage.
However, nobody brought the house down as hard as Nicki Minaj and Beyonce when they performed their song “Feeling Myself.”
Nicki kicked off the song by herself and was joined by Beyonce soon after. The audience could hardly handle all the awesomeness.
The performance included group dance battles, curve-hugging costumes and perfect poses. What else could you ask for?
Clearly excited with the results, Nicki said “it was epic.”
“Oh my god, when Beyonce came out, you could feel it,” the rapper told ET backstage after the performance. “It was electrifying. The place went nuts. It was like shaking, like, it was so insane — and I was excited as a fan, too. Like, I was excited that they were about to experience this, because both of our fans have been threatening us online, saying that if we didn’t perform together, they were going to hunt us down.”
“I feel like great women always raise the bar for each other and, so, it’s always great,” Nicki added. “I learn so much for her, and I genuinely like her. Whenever we smile on stage, it’s genuine. Um, I really, really love her. I mean, what else can I say? I think it’s great for women in general.”
After days of hints and teases, we can finally reveal the full lineup for the first-ever Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival. The Weeknd, Skrillex, Nicki Minaj, and Lil Wayne are headlining the fest, which will also feature a very special performance by Justin Bieber. The festival hits New York’s Nikon at Jones Beach Theater (and the surrounding beach area) Aug. 22-23.
Kygo, Jason Derulo, American Authors, Betty Who, The Chainsmokers, Fetty Wap, Halsey, Holy Ghost!, Kiesza, Little Mix, Santigold, and ZZ Ward are among the 40-plus artists playing the inaugural Hot 100 Fest. Check out the full lineup below. It’s a killer mix of hot hitmakers, social media influencers, rising stars and festival faves.
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