SZA and Migos to Headline Blurry Vision Festival in Oakland
Blurry Vision will take place in Oakland in May.
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Goldenvoice—the company behind Coachella—has announced Blurry Vision, which will take place May 12-13 at Middle Harbor Shoreline in Oakland, California.
SZA and Migos are set to headline the two-day festival, with SZA performing on Saturday and Migos on Sunday. Other artists set to perform across the two days include Brockhampton, Majid Jordan, Alina Baraz, Isaiah Rashad, Sango, Kamaiyah, and Joji, among many others.
"We're excited to expand Goldenvoice's reach and anchor our presence in the Bay Area," Ellen Lu, a talent buyer at Goldenvoice, said. "It's our passion to book and produce memorable live music experiences, and we're proud to announce Blurry Vision as a celebration of the current music landscape in hip-hop and R&B."
The festival is set to offer three different ticket options, including a two-day general access pass, and single day passes for Saturday and Sunday. The single day passes are $99, while the two-day will go for $185. Passes will be available for purchase this Friday (March 2) at 1 p.m. ET on the festival's official website. Blurry Vision has also partnered with PLUS1 to donate money from each pass sold to Oakland-based charities Serenity House, The Khadafy Washington Foundation for Nonviolence, and Culture Keepers through The Mentor Project.
Check out the festival's full lineup below.