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City Girls and Polo G to headline the first Spring Fest since 2020

Rapper PnB Rock will open the April 30 show

City Girls and Polo G are set to headline Spring Fest with opener PnB Rock.
City Girls and Polo G are set to headline Spring Fest with opener PnB Rock.

City Girls and Polo G will headline Spring Fest Saturday with PnB Rock as their opener.

Their performance marks the first Spring Fest since 2020 with performances to be held in the Governors parking lot on April 30. Tickets are currently available through the ticket office. Lines will open at 5 p.m., doors at 5:30 p.m. and the show will start at 6:30 p.m. 

City Girls, a hip-hop duo consisting of Yung Miami and JT, rose to popularity in recent years with platinum-certified hits, “Twerk” featuring Cardi B, and “Act Up.” The duo began their career in 2017 with the single “F—k Dat N—a” and have since collaborated with other big names, including Doja Cat and Lil Baby. The duo has over 6.2 million monthly Spotify listeners and 2.2 million Instagram followers. 

Polo G, best known for his 2019 platinum-certified hit single, “Pop Out,” has found success out of Chicago’s competitive hip-hop scene. With over 28.3 million monthly Spotify listeners and 10.3 million Instagram followers, Polo G has cultivated a prominent fan following with other hits including “Go Stupid,” “Rapstar” and “Headshot.” The artist has collaborated with Juice WRLD, Lil Baby and Lil Wayne, among others.

Opening act PnB Rock, an American rapper, singer and songwriter is best known for his 2015 single “Fleek” and 2016 single “Selfish.” With over 5.7 million monthly Spotify listeners and 2.4 million Instagram followers, the Philadelphia native has collaborated with other artists including Young Thug, 2 Chainz and Wiz Khalifa.

Kara Anderson is a senior arts editor and can be reached at kara.anderson@ubspectrum.com 


KARA ANDERSON
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Kara Anderson is a senior arts editor at The Spectrum. She is an English and Spanish double major and is pursuing a certificate in creative writing. She enjoys baking chocolate chip cookies, procrastinating with solitaire and binging reality TV on the weekends.  

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