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Camp Flog Gnaw Announces Lineup For 2023 Festival

Tyler the Creator and his Odd Future collective have announced the lineup for the 2023 Edition of Camp Flog Gnaw.

A Now-Storied Festival, Frontlined by Odd Future

Deriving its name from the Golf Wang clothing imprint (read backwards) that Tyler also heads, Camp Flog Gnaw has been a long-standing institution in the yearly festival calendar. First beginning more than a decade ago in 2012, the “carnival” has been increasing in profile and status with each successive show. Just take a look at the headliners from each year for proof of that. 2013 largely featured Odd Future artists themselves, as well as personal affiliates—with Frank Ocean, Mac Miller, & Tyler himself headlining. Jump to 2018 and SZA, ASAP Rocky, Kids See Ghosts, and Miss Lauryn Hill led the festival’s performance. Now, for the 9th edition of the show, the stars are as bright as they’ve ever been.

On headline duty this year are SZA, Tyler once again, and The Hillbillies—a debut performance for the latter group, comprised of Kendrick Lamar and Baby Keem. Earlier this year, the pair minted that title with a single of the same name. Both are now at the height of their popularity, and they’ll surely have surprises in store for their first time taking the stage together.

A still from the 2022 Edition of Camp Flog Gnaw. Credit @campfloggnaw on Instagram.

The Star-Studded Lineup on Tap for 2023’s Flog Gnaw

As with any festival, the flow of big names doesn’t stop as you work your way down the artists tabbed to perform. beabadoobee & Fuerza Regida are two of the most high-profile in that regard, one recently opening for Taylor Swift on her Eras tour, and the other penning three Mexican #1 singles in the past 12 months. And outside of The Hillbillies, there are some other major reunions in the work. For one, PinkPantheress & Ice Spice, the duo that brought us “Boy’s A Liar pt. 2” earlier in 2023, are both slated for performances. For fans of 2000s hip-hop, a notable name here is Clipse—Pusha T and his brother Malice’s rap group that took over in 2003 with “Grindin’.”

Elsewhere, the carnival branding that Flog Gnaw comes with isn’t just for show. The weekend’s festivities will come with the fare promised in its title, from carnival games to rides hosted at the grounds. Chief among those is the Ferris Wheel, which the festival has become synonymous with over the course of its 10+ year run.

The festival will be taking place over two days, from November 11th to the 12th at Dodger Stadium. Head to the official website for more detailed ticketing information.

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