Get ready for an unforgettable music and culinary experience as the HoneyLand Music Festival announces its highly anticipated lineup, including Mary J Blige, Jazmine Sullivan, Miguel, and more. This new festival generates buzz with an impressive roster of artists, promising a weekend filled with soulful performances and delightful cuisine. Houston, Texas, is where music lovers and food enthusiasts come together for this unique celebration of Black expression.
HoneyLand Music Festival’s Star-Studded Lineup
The festival’s star-studded lineup includes R&B songstress Mary J. Blige, whose powerful vocals have captivated audiences for decades. Joining her on stage will be the talented Miguel, soulful Jazmine Sullivan, rising star Tems, Houston native Tobe Nwigwe, the multi-talented Chloe Bailey, Coco Jones, and many other exceptional artists.
Beyond the exceptional musical performances, HoneyLand Music Festival, set for November 11 to November 12, has curated a delectable culinary experience featuring a variety of restaurants and talented chefs. Houston’s very own Bun B’s Trill Burgers will be among the culinary delights, providing festival-goers with a taste of the city’s vibrant food scene.
Adding to the culinary excitement, media personality Tabitha Brown, affectionately known as “America’s Mom,” and will be present to share her vegan culinary expertise and positive energy with the attendees.
Presale festival tickets are available from Wednesday, July 19, until Friday, July 21, at 10 AM ET. The event will take place at the Crown Festival Park in Sugar Land, Texas. Ticket options cater to various preferences, with general admission passes starting at $150.00, GA+ passes up to $250.00, VIP passes at $525.00, and the Platinum package at $975.00.
To secure tickets and enjoy early bird pricing, interested individuals can sign up to receive an exclusive code and an express pass. This ensures a smooth purchase process for general admission or GA+ tickets before July 21.
Tobe Nwigwe, Coco Jones & Mary J. Blige
HoneyLand Music Festival is more than just a music event; it aims to celebrate Black creativity and expression by bringing together top restaurants, beverage makers, and artists. The festival’s ambassador, Tobe Nwigwe, a talented Houston rapper, represents the essence of the event’s vision and spirit.
In other exciting updates concerning the artists featured in the HoneyLand Festival lineup, Coco Jones, an up-and-coming talent in the R&B genre, is rapidly gaining momentum within the music industry. She recently snagged the “Best New Artist” award at the 2023 BET Awards.
In a noteworthy collaboration, R&B legend Mary J. Blige recently joined forces with Pepsi to provide scholarships to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) students.
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