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Hot 97's Summer Jam 2024: Celebrating 30 Years of Hip Hop Excellence at the UBS Arena

t live Hip Hop celebration in America. Don't miss out on this iconic event that promises to be a The anticipation for Hot 97's Summer Jam 2024 is at an all-time high as the iconic Hip Hop festival celebrates its 30th year in the game. With a star-studded lineup that includes some of the biggest names in the industry, this year's event promises to be one for the books.




Taking place on June 2nd at the prestigious UBS Arena in Elmont, New York, Hot 97's Summer Jam will feature an impressive array of talent from both the local New York scene and national acts in the hip hop and R&B genres. The announcement party at The Edge in NYC set the stage for what is sure to be an unforgettable night of music and culture.


Hosted by the dynamic team of Nessa, Funk Flex, DJ Bobby Trends, TT Torrez, and DJ Drewski, the lineup boasts Brooklyn's own 41 (Tata, Jenn Carter and Kyle Richh) whos record “Bent'' recently went gold, Sleepy Hallow, Tee Grizzley, Davido, Sexyy Red, Offset, Doja Cat, as well the legendary duo Method Man and Red Man. With promises of even more surprises in store, fans can expect a night filled with unforgettable performances and special guest appearances.




The announcement party was expertly organized by The Now PR, led by the talented Roseay, who put together an elevated event (no pun intended) to set the tone for what promises to be a highlight of the summer concert season. Yesterdays attendance, aside from Hot 97 hosts and DJs, included rising stars like K Goddess, who just released her latest record "Dilemma" and Honey Baby, as well as industry veterans like Consequence and Jim Jones, making for a truly star-studded affair.


If you're a fan of Hip Hop music and culture, then Hot 97's Summer Jam is an event you won't want to miss. With tickets set to go on sale on March 22nd, and pre-sale tickets ready to release March 20th, be sure to mark your calendars and secure your spot at the biggest night to remember for years to come.



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