Kanye West will headline the first ComplexCon in Los Angeles this November.
The two-day rap music festival and convention will take at the Long Beach Convention Center on Nov. 5 and 6, acting as both a concert and a conference with rap-associated exhibitions and panels. All in all, it seems like an abbreviated version of Atlanta’s sprawling hip-hop conference and fest A3C. In addition to Kanye West, the fest boasts performances by big names like Skrillex, Kid Cudi and Travi$ Scott.
Beyond the huge names, the con boasts some interesting performers. Chief Keef is already hitting the nostalgia circuit with a full performance of his album Finally Rich. Kamaiyah — whose A Good Night In The Ghetto would hold the crown of standout mixtape of the year if Chance wasn’t so damn generous — will also perform at the festival, as will Made In America highlight Lil Yachty and sh*t-hot producer/meme generator Metro Boomin. The performances will be split between daytime performances on a separate stage and nighttime headlining shows inside the arena. Check out the full lineup up top.
Tickets for the two-day long celebration of hip-hop and art go on sale Sept. 12 at 3 p.m and they can be purchased here.