X Games Announces Music Lineup for Kickoff Party at First Avenue in Minneapolis

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X Games Announces Music Lineup for Kickoff Party at First Avenue in Minneapolis

WHAT:            

X Games Minneapolis kicks off with a lineup of Hip-Hop talent from Minnesota’s own Rhymesayers Entertainment, performing Thursday, July 19 at Minneapolis’ famed First Avenue. The lineup will feature Rhymesayer’s Prof and Sa-Roc with special guest Cashinova. Tickets are $25 and will be available for purchase now by clicking here.

 

WHO:          

Cashinova

Sa-Roc

Prof

 

WHEN:            

Thursday, July 19 at 9 p.m. CT

 

WHERE:

First Avenue

701 N. 1st Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55403

 

RSVP:             

Members of the press on assignment to cover the concert must email ESPN Communications at [email protected] to receive entry to the show. This is separate from X Games media credentials.

The X Games Kickoff Party at First Avenue kicks off three additional days of musical performances inside downtown Minneapolis’ iconic venue, The Armory, just outside U.S. Bank Stadium. In order to create a new immersive experience for X Games music fans, the GEICO Music Stage at The Armory will bring the concerts to a newly renovated indoor venue for the first time at X Games. X Games Minneapolis features musical performances from Kaskade on Friday, Brother Ali and Ice Cube on Saturday, and Zedd on Sunday. Tickets and full music and competition schedules are now available at XGames.com/tickets.

 

Additional information on all X Games Minneapolis 2018 events will be forthcoming on www.xgames.com for fans or on www.espnmediazone.com for media only.

 

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Contact:         

 

Grace Coryell               ESPN, 213-405-4402, [email protected]

Olivia Wilson                 ESPN, 213-405-4145, [email protected]

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Grace Coryell

Based out of the LAPC in Los Angeles, Calif., Grace Coryell is manager of communications focusing on X Games and West Coast PR. A native Angelino, Coryell attended the University of Southern California and began working at ESPN in 2008.
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