Tickets for the two-day festival, which is back at Benjamin Franklin Parkway this September, are now available via the official site. Fans can also expect to see performances from Ice Spice, Lil Yachty, Metro Boomin, Coi Leray, Latto, Miguel, Lola Brooke, and more.
Mase and Cam’ron, meanwhile, are listed on this year’s lineup for a “very special joint set.”
For SZA, the MIA booking comes amid an extensive run of tour dates in support of last year’s long-awaited SOS album. The acclaimed album’s fifth single, “Kill Bill,” earned SZA her first-ever Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 back in April. Also in April, Billboard reported that the initial 17-date North American run of the arena tour grossed nearly $35 million.
SZA’s fellow MIA headliner Lizzo also has a lengthy run of dates stretching out over the months ahead, including stops everywhere from Denmark to Australia. In recent days, Lizzo has been making a point to highlight recent news developments of the UAP (f.k.a. UFO) variety.
“Aliens are real bitch,” she wrote in one recent post.