KROQ, an LA-based radio station among America's most famous, has grown to be a name synonymous with the biggest and baddest Southern Californian events of the season. Every year, the station sponsors several music festivals, often times with unbeatable lineups attached – such as their summer kickoff Weenie Roast Fest, now in its 14th year! New for summer 2017, however, is an inaugural gala that music lovers do not want to miss.
…it's time to secure your tickets now before they sell out – because you better believe they will!
Going down August 5th and 6th in Oak Canyon Park, just outside of Irvine, is the 1st Annual High and Mighty Festival – where reggae and rap collide for two days of beats and brews. And, just wait until you hear this rundown: debut headliners Sublime with Rome and Dirty Heads are joined by SOJA, Jurassic 5, Stick Figure, Tribal Seeds, Method Man & Redman, Tech N9ne, Magic!, Chief Keef, Ghostface Killah, Custom, King Lil G, Murs, Ballyhoo!, Katastro, Pacific Dub, Iya Terra, Landon McNamara, and Know-Madik. If you're a moderate to severe fan of hip hop, reggae-rock and rap, you might've just experienced something close to an excitement aneurysm reading that. Believe me, you're not alone. Between technique speed demon Techa-N9na, Wu-Tang legends Ghostface Killah and Method Man, Mr. Living Legend Murs, and 90s OGs Jurassic 5, High and Mighty Fest is bringing some serious hip hop heat! Balance that out with an abundance of modern reggae-rock, and you've got yourself one heck of a festival.
And, enjoying the good jams isn't even the best part! High and Mighty Fest is boasting carnival rides, a full vendor village, and craft beer bars all around the event to keep attendees pleased between musical acts. Although August is quite a ways away, it's time to secure your tickets now before they sell out – because you better believe they will! Tickets are now available for general admission, VIP Lounge, and VIP meet-and-greet, with single day tickets starting as low as $65. To get your festival passes today, visit www.highandmightyfest.com.