A$AP Rocky, Lil Uzi Vert, Playboi Carti to Headline JMBLYA Festival

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A$AP Rocky performs live during Rolling Loud music festival at Citi Field on Oct. 13, 2019 in New York City.

The traveling music festival from ScoreMore Shows will once again kick off at Fair Park in Dallas on May 1

ScoreMore Shows has unveiled the full music lineup for its flagship JMBLYA music festival, which is returning to Texas this May for its eighth consecutive year.

This year’s event includes Grammy-nominated rapper A$AP Rocky, who continues to perform in support of his 2018 album, Testing, and is widely known as the original co-founder of the A$AP Mob collective. Joining A$AP on the 2020 lineup is Philadelphia-born rapper Lil Uzi Vert, whose latest hit single “Futsal Shuffle 2020” is sitting at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100, and Atlanta native Playboi Carti, who continues to perform in support of his 2018 debut album, Die Lit, which includes the viral hit “Magnolia”

Other performers include Lil Tecca, Houston rapper/singer Don Toliver, Bronx-born rapper/singer Lil TJay, Canada's bbno$, Dallas’ own rising star Kaash Paige and Harlem’s Delly. A mix of Texas-based artists will round out the series, which begins May 1 in Dallas at the historic Fair Park. On May 2, JMBLYA will make a stop in Austin on May 2 at the Circuit of The Americas and returns to Houston on May 3 at the University of Houston’s TDECU Stadium parking lot.

General admission and VIP tickets to each stop for the 2020 Texas festival are on sale now at JMBLYA.com, starting at $89 for GA and $189 for VIP with limited $99 VIP tickets still available for the Austin date. Fans are encouraged to purchase tickets now as ticket prices will continue to increase as the festival date approaches.

Each stop of the 2020 festival will feature a different nonprofit partner. In Dallas, the festival is partnering with the House of Blues Music Forward Foundation and the official charity partner in Austin is Grounded in Music, which works with underprivileged children to provide music instruction. For the final event in Houston, JMBLYA’s philanthropic partner is Addi's Faith Foundation, a Houston-based nonprofit dedicated to ending childhood cancer by funding pediatric cancer research.

The full music lineup and ticket sale info can be found at JMBLYA.com.

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