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Titan Festival 2022: T-Pain amongst headline acts of this summers event
The GRAMMY-winning rap star will be joined on stage by the likes of Shontelle, Bobby V and world renowned hip hop personality, Fatman Scoop
Last updated: 10th Jun 2022
A brand new music festival dedicated to R&B, hip hop and afrobeats is coming to the green parkland of the English capital this summer - Titan Festival.
Marking the events first-ever edition, taking place upon the grounds of Copthall Playing Fields in North London, on Saturday 21st August, organisers have gone to great lengths to bring together an exceptional bill of talents, to ensure an opening party like no other.
Appearing live in front of the thousands of music fans expected to flood the inner-city park this summer, are a selection of household superstar names. Topping the festivals programme of acts and seeing the one-day party out with a bang is infamous auto-tune enthusiast, rapper, singer, songwriter, and CEO of Nappy Boy Entertainment - T-Pain.
The GRAMMY-winning artist will deliver some of his best known tracks - from 'Buy U a Drank' and 'Bartender' to 2014's chart-breaking hit, 'Up Down' feat B.o.B - whilst supporting names the likes of Shontelle, Lloyd, modern-day R&B crooner, Bobby V, J Holiday and boisterous hip hop hype man, Fatman Scoop, also entertain the crowds.
More than seventy artists have so far been confirmed to appear across the festivals seven separate arenas of music (See the flyer above for more details).
Pre-sale tickets for Titan Festival will be available from 11 am on Thursday 16th June, with General sale tickets on sale 3 pm the same day. Head to the bottom of the page now to sign up for a reminder.
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