Smokin Grooves Festival at LA State Historic Park to feature Erykah Badu, Nas, The Roots, Miguel, and more

Smokin Grooves Festival

Set those alarms and get those tickets! Smokin Grooves Festival is making its way to the LA State Historic Park on Saturday, March 19 for a timeless Neo-Soul experience with a modern twist. Smokin Grooves Festival will feature performances by Erykah Badu, Nas, The Roots, Miguel, Jhené Aiko, The internet, Flying Lotus, Kamasi Washington, Thundercat and many more artists who made your 90s and are making your today. P.s. If you missed out on Lovers & Friends, this is your second chance to relish in those timeless r&b and hip hop vibes that always seem to spark the best kind of nostalgia.

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Get Presale Tickets for Smokin Grooves Festival

There will be a special presale beginning Friday, Dec. 3 at 10 a.m. PT. To access the Smokin Grooves Festival and to receive the presale password / code, you will need to sign up for early access to passes online at smokingroovesfestival.com. After the presale, any remaining tickets still available will go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, Dec. 3 at 2 p.m. PT.

Tickets to Smokin Grooves Festival are priced at $185 for general admission tickets and $400 for VIP tickets (only available for guests 21 years of age and older). Payment plans with only $19.99 down are available.

GET TICKETS TO SMOKIN GROOVES FESTIVAL

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The full Smoking Grooves Festival lineup is: Erykah Badu, Nas, The Roots, Miguel, Jhené Aiko, The internet, Flying Lotus, Kamasi Washington, Thundercat, Smino, Hiatus Kaiyote, Sir, Little Dragon, Toro y Moi, Musiq Soulchild, India.Arie, Macy Gray, Angie Stone, Leela James, Talib Kweli, Roy Ayers, Dead Prez, Slum Village, Dwele Joe Kay, Ravyn Lenae, Phony Ppl, Bilal, Goapele, Fousheé, Free Nationals, Yussef Dayes, Charlotte Day Wilson, Domi & JD Beck, Unusual Demont, Daydream Masi, Blu & Exile and Jelani Aryeh

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