Lil Yachty tapped to headline 2024 Block Party

Lil Yachty to headline 2024 Block Party

The rapper will be joined by Teezo Touchdown, ISOxo and FEEM at University Union’s spring concert finale on April 26.

Rapper Lil Yachty performs during Lil Yachty: The Field Trip Tour at Coca-Cola Roxy on November 8, 2023 in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Rapper Lil Yachty, shown here performing in Atlanta in November, was announced as the headliner for this year’s Block Party concert.

University Union unveiled the lineup for the highly anticipated 2024 Block Party concert with Lil Yachty, Teezo Touchdown, ISOxo and FEEM set to rock campus on April 26.

The concert will take place in The JMA Wireless Dome with doors opening at 7 p.m.

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UU revealed the artists Wednesday afternoon at the Schine Atrium after dropping hints to students via Instagram for two Golden Tickers hidden around campus. UU also teased hints through a Connections online game with 16 hints like “Coachella” and “Lyrical Lemonade.”

Lil Yachty is an American rapper and singer-songwriter well-known for his feature on the Social House’s summer anthem “Magic in The Hamptons.” Lil Yachty’s most recent psychedelic alternative album “Let’s Start Here” was released in January of 2023.

Syracuse student DJ group, FEƎM, will open the Block Party. The group includes Michael Lieberman, Max Cohen, Anish Vasudevan and Dominic Brancoli.

Teezo Touchdown is an American rapper and singer from Beaumont, Texas. He was featured on Doja Cat’s latest single, “Masc” released on April 5. ISOxo is a DJ and music producer from San Diego with records like “Ground” and “Radial.” He launched into the bass music scene in 2021 with his electric collaboration, “Stinger” with music producer RL Grime.

Block Party tickets will be sold online through the student MyCuse account for $15 for SU and ESF students and $25 for the general public. Tickets will go on sale starting at noon on April 11.

Mathieu Barthelemy djing back of head
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FEEM DJ Mathieu Barthelemy performing a set.