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Just after wrapping up The Beautiful and Damned Tour this past March, hip-hop favorite G-Eazy rolled right into his next adventure. July saw the new incarnation of 2016’s Endless Summer Tour. The 2018 edition once again had the "No Limit" rapper center stage, this time alongside artists such as YBN Nahmir, P-Lo, Murda Beatz, Ty Dolla $ign and Lil Uzi Vert.

The July 31 stop at Irvine’s new FivePoint Amphitheatre came just after the artist played a show in his native Bay Area. Just days ago, he hosted an inaugural event in support of the Endless Summer Fund, which is designed to help the disadvantaged youth of his hometown. From there, he traveled down the West Coast, where the 12,000 seat venue nestled in Irvine's Great Park gave Orange County fans a chance to see Young Gerald in action.

There was plenty for the crowd to be excited about on this summer night. Lil Uzi Vert was celebrating a birthday and G-Eazy welcomed a few surprise guests to the stage. The hip-hop artist also took some time out to thank the ladies in the audience and even gave a special shout-out to one dedicated fan who had been to over 20 of his shows. 

G-Eazy’s set included supporting acts YBN Nahmir and P-Lo, and also featured “Drop” with the recent collaboration, Blac Youngsta. Fans heard a list of favorites including “1942,” “You Got Me,” and YG even stepped out to make an appearance for the song, “Same Bitches.”

The evening also boasted a standout performance with special guest, Tyga, who joined G-Eazy for their own rendition of “Taste.” The song suited the occasion considering the summer-friendly hit just reached platinum status.

G-Eazy closed out the show with “Him & I,” “Me, Myself & I,” and of course, “No Limit.” In the end, the Bay Area rapper brought a lot of love to Orange County and left fans with dreams of an endless summer.

Check out some exclusive photos from the July 31 show up above. You can visit G-Eazy’s website for more.