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San Antonio’s Mala Luna Music Festival has revealed Miguel, Russ, Diplo, Juice Wrld, YG and Playboi Carti for its 2019 edition. The Halloween weekend festival hitting Texas from Oct. 26-27 at the Nelson Wolff Stadium parking lot will also feature sets from Dababy, Trippie Redd, Summer Walker and Jessie Reyez.

Ari Lennox of J.Cole’s Dreamville Records will perform in support of her newly released debut album Shea Butter Baby, while Houston’s own Megan Thee Stallion will also perform following her run on the Legendary Nights Tour with YG and Future.

The downtown San Antonio festival is returning for its fourth year with performances from DaniLeigh, Melii, UMI and Alaina Castillo. In a continued effort to support and shine a light on Texas’ growing music scene, several local artists will be performing including FRITOGANG, Hoodlum, Jay Wile and Doeman.

In 2018, Mala Luna welcomed more than 30,000 attendees to the music festival that also pays tribute to the local culture and the San Antonio community’s annual Diá de los Muertos celebrations. live art installations, local food vendors and merchants, and highly curated themes and designs, costumes and more are once again expected at the annual event produced by Texas-based promoter ScoreMore Shows.

Tickets for Mala Luna are available now with single-day passes starting at $79. Check out the full lineup announcement below.

#MALALUNA2019 ✨✨

TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT https://t.co/vd9XXJFOm4pic.twitter.com/y6WfjOPfwD

— Mala Luna (@malalunafest) July 12, 2019

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