Gucci Mane to Perform at Underground Concert in Cincinnati
Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane will perform at the fourth annual Ubahn Fest on Saturday, September 9 beneath the streets of downtown Cincinnati in the Riverfront Transit Center as part of the two-day event.
Gucci Mane is a hip-hop recording artist who founded 1017 Records, helped pioneer the hip-hop subgenre of trap music, and has collaborated with the likes of Lil Wayne, Flo Rida, Meek Mill, Akon, and more throughout his career. His 2016 collaboration with Rae Sremmurd produced the hit single “Black Beatles”, which reached No. 1 on the Billboard Top 100. Gucci Mane will perform on Saturday, September 9.
Ubahn Fest is set to take place September 8 and 9 in downtown Cincinnati, underground in the Riverfront Transit Center, and is presented by AGAR and
Nederlander Entertainment. Ubahn Fest will feature live performances over two days on two stages including performances by Big Sean, 2 Chainz, Steve Aoki, Gucci Mane, Lecrae, Niykee Heaton and more.
Performing on Friday, September 8 will be 2 Chainz, Steve Aoki, Niykee Heaton, Malcolm London, New Thousand, Chuck Diesel, M.O.O.N., Jayal and Jeremy Hill.
Performing on Saturday, September 9 will be Big Sean, Gucci Mane, Lecrae, ClockworkDJ, Speed, C The Gray, Audley/Sylmar, Monty C Benjamin, DJ J Dough and Bergs.
In addition, Ubahn will pair its lineup with live artwork installations, skateboard demonstrations, local vendors and other interactive experiences to transform Cincinnati’s Riverfront Transit Center.
UBAHN: Friday & Saturday, September 8-9, 6:00pm – 1:30am Riverfront Transit Center: 220 Central Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45202 (Between Third Street and West Pete Rose Way)
Tickets, $65 for Single Day pass ($75 day of event), $120 for Two-Day Passes and $250 for VIP Passes, are on sale now at Ticketmaster.com, and by phone at 800-745-3000. More information can be found at UbahnFest.com. The VIP Pass allows access to optimal VIP locations at the event, as well as event entry on both nights. Tickets are available here.
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