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Miami Beach Pop Festival Announces Lineups

Miami Beach Pop announced the daily festival lineups for the first ever event, taking place November 8th - 10th. Headliners include Chance the Rapper, Jack Johnson, The Roots, and Miami favorites like Daddy Yankee, Kygo, and more.

In it's first year, Miami Beach Pop Festival is holding a three day multicultural event between 5th and 10th streets in South Beach.  The event blends reggae, reggaetown, house, funk, soul, hip hop, afrobeat, indie, and more. 

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Miami Beach Pop Festival co-founder Paul Peck told Pollstar, "Our intention is to create the most culturally diverse festival that the world has ever seen. In this time of increased division, it's essential to remember that what unites us as humans far outweighs anything that could ever divide us. Miami Beach Pop is a celebration of diversity and connection, and there could be no better setting than this beautiful city that exemplifies vibrant culture. This Festival is an important reminder of all that we share as humans - those wonderful moments in life that inspire and connect us all. We may speak different languages, but we all move to the same rhythms and share the same spirit.”

Presale tickets are currently on sale from the artists websites, and are allowing people to purchase single day tickets before the general public.

An American Express card member presale is also ongoing through Thursday at 10 p.m.

Single-day tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, Aug. 9th at 10 a.m. EST.  

3-Day General Admission and 3-Day VIP tickets are on sale now.

Miami Beach residents are eligible to receive a 20% discount on General Admission tickets.

Visit MiamiBeachPop.com/tickets for more information. 

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