The Smoker’s Club recently announced the return of its Hip-Hop Festival with Kid Cudi, A$AP Rocky, and Playboi Carti as its headliners. The Smoker’s Club Fest is set to be hosted at the Glen Helen Amphitheater in San Bernardino on April 30th.
Smoker’s Club Festival Coming Apri 2022
The festival will also feature performances by other rappers, including Schoolboy Q, Wiz Khalifa, 2 Chainz, A$AP Ferg, Joey Bada$$, Flatbush Zombies, Dom Kennedy, Yung Lean, Lupe Fiasco, Rico Nasty, and Wale.
The music festival was announced with a “WE’RE BACK,” alongside its tour poster and stacked lineup. Tickets for the festival go on sale Monday, January 24, and start at $223, while VIP access costs $409. The event will be hosted by the Smoker’s Club founder, Shiest Bubz.
The 2022 edition will see the return of many of the same artists featured on the 2018 lineup, which was headlined by Khalifa, Kid Cudi, and Schoolboy Q. Hosted on April 28 and 29 in Long Beach that year, the lineup featured artists such as Isaiah Rashad, Ty Dolla $ign, Dom Kennedy, Lil Skies, and the late Mac Miller.Jonnyshipes,
Smoke DZA and Shiest Bubz founded the New York City-based lifestyle brand in 2010. The original lineup included Currensy, Smoke DZA, Kendrick Lamar, Devin The Dude, Big K.R.I.T., Schoolboy Q, JayRock and more.
Kid Cudi The Actor
We recently reported on Kid Cudi being cast in a new movie this spring. After appearing in Netflix’s newly talked about movie “Don’t Look Up”, Kid Cudi has another big-screen appearance on the way. Kid Cudi seems to be branching out into the cinematic world. The music star has been in a few films lately, even being the star of his own documentary, “A Man Named Scott.”
Playboi Carti Get Hacked
We also recently reported on Playboi Carti being hacked after fans thought he had an album coming.
Atlanta rapper Playboi Carti is clearing up the air about the album release. Amidst a merchandise drop that was negatively received by fans who thought it was going to be his next album, he has gone online to claim he got hacked. While it seems like there is no Narcissist album release yet, fans reacted with a Whole Lotta hate for his racing-inspired merch release. The drop included a bomber jacket ($200), a hoodie ($110), a long sleeve t-shirt ($50), a ski mask ($40), motorcycle gloves ($75), and finally a $5,000 motorcycle helmet.