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Monday, July 17, 2017

Lil Wayne to Headline This Year's Mala Luna Fest

Posted By on Mon, Jul 17, 2017 at 10:09 AM

  • Via Facebook, Lil Wayne

I repeat: Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr. AKA Lil Wayne AKA Weezy, etc., is coming to the Alamo City for the second ever Mala Luna Festival along with Future, Wiz Khalifa, Migos, Afrojack to name a few.

After last year's inaugural event that brought big names like Steve Aoki, and Kehlani, Mala Luna returns with a pretty gnarly lineup tha also includes multiple live art installations, several local food vendors and merchants, as well as highly-curated themes and designs and costumes – all of which will help pay tribute to the local culture and the community’s annual Diá de los Muertos celebrations.

This year's lineup will also include Future, Wiz Khalifa, Migos, Afrojack, Carnage, Khalid, Borgore, Playboi Carti, Kali Uchis, Ugly God, Smoke Purpp, Trae tha Truth, J.I.D., Maxo Kreame,
Xavier Omar, Intre, Bamsworth Belli, Izaq Roland, Lil Yodaa, Rayne and Isabella Rodriguez.

This year the fest is moving to the Nelson Wolff Stadium, 5757 U.S. Hwy 90 W, San Antonio, TX 78227, just west of Downtown.

GA and VIP passes to the second annual Mala Luna Music Festival are on sale now at Two-day GA tickets will be available for purchase for $149 while two-day VIP passes start at $189. Various VIP Packages this year include Black Moon ($189), Harvest Moon ($209), and Fly Me to the Moon ($399). Various VIP perks include preferred viewing areas, expedited entry, dedicated bars and restroom facilities, festival merch, and more.

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