Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, The Game, YG, Ice Cube, & More To Headline Insane Lineup At Once Upon A Time In L.A. Festival

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Los Angeles, CA – Now that the COVID-19 pandemic has started to lose its grip on the world, concerts and festivals are being booked at a rapid rate. From Jack Harlow and Lil Baby to Wu-Tang Clan and HipHopDX Rising Star Blxst, 2021 is shaping up to be quite the comeback for live music. Adding to the list is the Once Upon A Time In L.A. music festival, which boasts an insane, cross generational lineup with a little something for everyone.

According to a press release, Snoop Dogg will bring his signature West Coast gangsta rap swagger to the stage in December alongside 50 Cent, Ice Cube, YG, soul legend Al Green, The Game, Cypress Hill and The Isley Brothers.

But that’s only a small fraction of the artists expected to perform. Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Three 6 Mafia, E-40, Too $hort, DJ Quik, Warren G, George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, War, Zapp, Dom Kennedy, Blueface, The Dogg Pound, Suga Free, The Dramatics, The Delfonics, The Stylistics and Kamaiyah are also on the bill along with several others.

Cypress Hill is also touring throughout August. Earlier this month, Rhymesayers Entertainment fired off a press release announcing flagship artist Atmosphere is heading back out on the road with the B-Real-fronted Hip Hop group and veteran DJ Z-Trip.

The 17-date run kicks off in Irving, Texas on August 8 and wraps up on August 28 at the historic Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado, just outside of Denver. All venues are outdoors ranging in capacity from 3,000 to nearly 10,000.

Meanwhile, Jack Harlow announced plans for the Crème De La Crème Tour on Tuesday (June 22). Presented by Rolling Loud and Live Nation, the run begins on September 8 in Orlando. Other stops on the tour include Miami, Charlotte, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Philadelphia, Boston, New Orleans, Houston, Portland, Seattle, Cleveland and Toronto.

The Once Upon A Time In L.A. music festival is scheduled to take place on December 18 at Banc of California Stadium. General admission tickets start at $159.99 and VIP tickets start at $255. They all go on sale to the general public beginning Monday (June 28) at 10 a.m. PT here.

There will be a special presale from Friday (June 25) at 10 a.m. PT through Monday (June 28) at 10 a.m. PT for guests who sign up for early access to passes online. All tickets start at $19.99 down.