Gucci Mane, Smokepurpp, Carnage and more to play on campus in November

More artists to be announced as the concert approaches.

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Gucci Mane, Smokepurpp, Carnage and more to play on campus in November

Gucci Mane (Evan Guest/Flickr)

Gucci Mane (Evan Guest/Flickr)

Gucci Mane (Evan Guest/Flickr)

Gucci Mane (Evan Guest/Flickr)

Liv Charbonneau, Contributor

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East Atlanta Santa is coming to Amherst early this year.

Veteran rapper Gucci Mane, rapper Smokepurpp and trap/EDM artist Carnage will take the stage at the Mullins Center Nov. 18. Tickets for the NV Concepts event went on sale Friday, Sept. 14.

Prices for “Feastival” range from $33 to $75, and tickets can be purchased online or at the box office. The event is open to the public, but UMass students can probably dodge the $10 parking fee considering that the venue is a stone’s throw away from the Recreation Center.

Here is some more information about the artists on the bill:

If you don’t know Gucci Mane from his solo work, you may recognize him from his collaborations with artists like Migos, Rae Sremmurd and plenty others. While his most recent album came out in December 2017, his upcoming album “Evil Genius” will likely be released before the end of the year, as well as a collaborative project featuring Lil Yachty and Migos.

Here’s the video for “I Get the Bag” by Gucci Mane featuring Migos:

Smokepurpp is a rapper from South Florida who grew up alongside the notorious Lil Pump. His most recent album, “Bless Yo Trap,” was released in April 2018. His style is heavily trap-influenced, and he has recorded a lot of music with hit producers like Ronny J and Murda Beatz. 

Here’s the video for “Ski Mask” by Smokepurpp. Keep your eyes peeled for a few Lil Pump appearances too.  

Carnage is a Guatemalan-American DJ who is best known for his wild sets at EDM festivals like Ultra and Electric Love. His debut studio album “Papi Gordo” features Migos, Lil Uzi Vert and A$AP Ferg, among other decorated artists. His most recent album “Battered Bruised & Bloody” includes a song with the late Mac Miller that was actually leaked in early 2017 before its official release in April 2018.

Here’s the video for “LHTW” by Carnage featuring Mac Miller and MadeinTYO:

More artists will be announced as the concert approaches.

Email Liv Charbonneau at [email protected] or follow her on Twitter @CharbonneauLiv.

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