Cactus Jack, Playboi Carti and Chief Keef Lead Summer Smash 2024 Lineup

Marking Chief Keef’s first hometown performance in over a decade – and the first time ever Travis Scott’s Cactus Jack label will take the stage as a group.

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Lyrical Lemonade‘s Summer Smash is returning for its sixth year in the Cole Bennett-helmed collective’s Chicago hometown. To headline this year’s festival, fellow Chi-town local Chief Keef will make his triumphant return, performing in Illinois for the first time in over a decade alongside Travis Scott‘s Cactus Jack record label – the first time ever the full group will perform as a unit – and Playboi Carti.

Going down a bit earlier this year – June 14 – 16 at Bridgeview’s SeatGeek Stadium – Sosa is set to take the stage in his home state for the first time in 10-plus years on Sunday night, closing out the festival. Cactus Jack – which consists of Don Toliver, Sheck Wes, SoFaygo and Chase B – leads the Friday night lineup, with Carti, returning to the festival for a second year in a row, closing out Saturday’s show.

The rest of the roster is stacked. Other Friday performers include Big Sean, Destroy Lonely, Flo Milli and Famous Dex.

Saturday sees Kodak Black, Lil Tecca, Cash Cobain, LUCKI, Ski Mask the Slump God and Paris, Texas. Leading up to Sosa’s anticipated Sunday homecoming will be Denzel Curry, JID, Ken Carson and Lil Yachty.

View the full lineup – which spans over 50 acts – in the Instagram post below.

 

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Tickets go live on Summer Smash’s website later today, Friday, April 26 at 10 a.m. CDT.

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