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DaBaby × Futurestream

DaBaby’s ticketed and interactive live-streamed concert is happening this Saturday, July 25th, on a new platform, Futurestream

The concert will be taking place in-person for drive-in concertgoers in Chicago. But, for DaBaby fans who don’t live in Chicago, admission to the virtual concert costs a mere $5.

Futurestream is a platform designed to create an interactive platform for virtual concerts, which is a must during these socially-distant times. On the platform, DaBaby will be selling exclusive merch for the event and will be able to interact with fans who pay to share messages with him.

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Virtual Music Festival

Cincinnati Music Festival presented by P&G (CMF) won’t skip a beat in 2020. Through a marathon of new and previous music content, consumer engagement opportunities and digital presence, CMF is creating the #FEELSLIKECMF Virtual Weekend Experience, July 23-25. The innovative free event, to be available on cincymusicfestival.com, will focus on celebration, community and local impact and is also supported by AARP.   

“Music provides hope, comfort and determination during uncertain times,” said Joe Santangelo, producer of CMF. “Leading up to and during #FEELSLIKECMF Weekend, we will strategically work to uplift our neighbors, support local black artists and musicians and drive commerce to local Black owned businesses and restaurants. This event promises to grow awareness of regional organizations that support the African American community, and share the positivity and history of our Cincinnati Music Festival presented by P&G.” #FEELSLIKECMF.

Schedule of Events

THURSDAY, JULY 23  

Triiibe recorded live at Corporate  

Aprina Johnson recorded live at Black Coffee 

 DJ Vader recorded live at Revel DJ Ellery    

Special appearance: The State of Black Culture featuring Rev. Al Sharpton from the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

FRIDAY, JULY 24 

Lauren Eylise recorded live at Paul Brown Stadium 

Kathy Wade & Joe Santangelo 

DJ Baby Rome recorded live at Paul Brown Stadium 

Regina Belle   

Special attraction: Cincinnati Music Festival Outdoor Art Museum at Washington Park    

SATURDAY, JULY 25

DJ DNICE LIVE from Club Quarantine Additional weekend entertainment will include shout-outs from The O’Jays’ Eddie Levert, Biz Markie and more. 

The Cincinnati Music festival presented by P&G returns to Cincinnati’s Paul Brown Stadium, July 22-24, 2021. The lineup features multi-talented singer-songwriter Janet Jackson and will also include an expanded and exciting Thursday lineup at the Andrew J. Brady ICON Music Center at The Banks. Tickets are on sale at CincyMusicFestival.com

Cincinnati Music Festival: Largest Tourism Weekend of the Year in Cincinnati A recent study conducted by the UC Economics Center and commissioned by the Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau shows the Cincinnati Music Festival presented by P&G provides a $107.5 million economic impact to the region, making it the largest annual driver of tourism in the tristate. 

Cincinnati Music Festival began in 1962 and is one of the largest music festivals in the United States attracting over 90,000+ people from around the country with its roster of leading R&B, jazz, soul and hip-hop artists creating an economic impact of $107 million for Cincinnati. CMF is held at Paul Brown Stadium in partnership with the Cincinnati Bengals. Procter & Gamble is the presenting sponsor for the Cincinnati Music Festival. 

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YUNGBLUD Shares O2 Performance

YUNGBLUD SHARES NOVEMBER 2019 SOLD-OUT HEADLINE PERFORMANCE FROM LONDON’S O2 ACADEMY BRIXTON

WATCH HERE

On November 21, 2019, UK recording artist YUNGBLUD performed to a room of 5000 fans at O2 Academy Brixton. The show, his largest to date, was a milestone for the 22-year-old Doncaster native.

“I was getting so frustrated that I can’t play a show and connect to my fan base,” said YUNGBLUD. “We were brainstorming ideas, and I remembered we had a bunch of people filming the Brixton show, so my team stayed up for a couple days editing it together. If we can’t go to a live show, I’m gonna bring one to them. This was one of the best nights of my life. A night that I wanted to relive with my fans once again.”

Machine Gun Kelly and YUNGBLUD – “Champagne Supernova”

MACHINE GUN KELLY AND YUNGBLUD RELEASE NEW COVER OF OASIS’ “CHAMPAGNE SUPERNOVA”

Machine Gun Kelly and YUNGBLUD join forces and create their own version of the 1995 Oasis single “Champagne Supernova”. Breaking up the melodies, Machine Gun Kelly and YUNGBLUD present a modern twist on a legendary British pop single. The video for the cover places MGK and YUNGBLUD singing in their bathrooms while staying at home. Watch the “Champagne Supernova” cover of the video HERE.

While gearing up for his upcoming “Tickets To My Downfall” pop/punk album release, Machine Gun Kelly has put together a playlist of songs on Spotify that have inspired him throughout the making of the album. MGK has recently released his cover of Paramore’s “Misery Business” with Travis Barker, Omar Fedi and Steve “Baze” Basil. He is also seen in Jason Orley’s comedy Big Time Adolescence which is now available on Hulu. In addition, MGK is set to star opposite Sam Worthington on the big screen in the forthcoming action western; The Last Song of Issac LeMay, which begins production this month. While spending time at home, Machine Gun Kelly has been very active on social media during his quarantine, covering some of his favorite artists. Check out his Guitar Jam Sessions HERE.

For more information, please visit www.machinegunkelly.com

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