The lineup includes Project Pat, Uncle Luke, Da Brat, Foxy Brown, Kilo Ali, Bun B. and Pastor Troy. Tickets, which range from $46-$221, are on sale now at www.livenation.com.
As news of the announcement spread, folks took to Twitter to share their thoughts about the upcoming event. Many were befuddled by organizers making the new version of Freaknik “family-friendly.”
Several said the name of the concert should be changed, because they associate Freaknik with “debauchery.”
Others didn’t think Freaknik should return at all.
Despite the the many critics of rebirth of Freaknik, there were still many thrilled about its return. Those who attended the 1990s version said they were excited to reminisce, while those who missed out said they were looking forward to Freaknik 2.0.
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