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Mala Luna Returns This October With Cardi B, Tyler, the Creator + More 

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Well damn Mala Luna, y’all stepped up your game pretty high.

Y’all have been holding it down for a few years, bringing in acts like Travis Scott and Steve Aoki in 2016, then Lil Wayne and Future in 2017. So, it’s not like super duper surprising that y’all continue to bring in higher caliber acts but...

Cardi B, tho.


Yup, the third annual Mala Luna returns Saturday, October 27 and Sunday, October 28 of Halloween weekend to the Nelson Wolff Stadium parking lot with none other than Offset's better half, Cardi B.

Alongside fellow headliners Nicky Jam, Dillon Francis and Tyler, the Creator, this is set to be (as of now) the “Bodak Yellow” singer's first post-pregnancy performance, and we’re more than just a little stoked if you can’t tell.

Here’s the full lineup:

Cardi B

Nicky Jam

Tyler, The Creator

Lil Pump

Dillon Francis


Becky G


Rich The Kid

Lil Baby

BlocBoy JB



Shoreline Mafia

Rico Nasty

Tierra Whack



Noah North

Angel Cintron


Gracelyndd Gomez

Marissa Rose Mejia

Here's the official flyer:

click to enlarge COURTESY MALA LUNA
  • courtesy Mala Luna

Two-day GA and VIP tickets are available for purchase now Weekend GA tickets cost $109, while two-day VIP begin at $159. For those looking for the ultimate festival experience, Mala Luna ticket buyers should opt for one of the two-day VIP ticket packages. Various VIP Packages this year include Black Moon ($159), Harvest Moon ($179), and Fly Me to the Moon ($399), with perks including preferred viewing areas, expedited entry, dedicated bars and restroom facilities, festival merch, and more.
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