SZA and Migos will headline Goldenvoice’s new Blurry Vision Festival

SZA and Migos are headed to the Bay area this spring. The two breakout artists are set to headline Goldenvoice’s new Blurry Vision Festival, which will take place at Port of Oakland Middle Harbor Park in Oakland, Calif. on May 12-13. The announcement of the new multi-day festival on Monday joins the list of other Goldenvoice-produced west coast events scheduled to take place this spring and summer, including Coachella, Stagecoach and FYF Fest just to name a few.

In addition to hosting performances from SZA and Migos, Blurry Vision’s inaugural lineup poster also includes artists like BROCKHAMPTON, NxWorries (a collaboration between Anderson .Paak + Knxwledge), Majid Jordan, Alina Baraz, Isaiah Rashad, Sango and many more. Ticket packages for the music event range from single day to multi-day options, and will be going on sale to the public starting this Friday, March 2.

As Complex reports, Blurry Vision has also teamed up with a handful of local charity organizations in hopes of donating a portion of ticket proceeds to Serenity House, The Khadafy Washington Foundation for Nonviolence and Culture Keepers through The Mentor Project. 

SZA dominated the pop music landscape in 2017, releasing her debut studio album which earned her more Grammy nominations than any other female artist. She spent the latter half of the year touring across the country, and was one of the many featured artists with a new single on the recently released soundtrack for Marvel’s “Black Panther.”

As for the members of Migos, the Atlanta rap trio have been one of the leading names in commercial hip-hop over the last few years thanks to some added exposure via Donald Glover’s “Atlanta” television series. The group has released a pair of studio albums over the last two years with 2017’s Culture and 2018’s Culture II, with the latter featuring guest vocal appearances from Cardi B, Nicki Minaj, Drake, Travis Scott and many more.

For more general information on Blurry Vision, in addition to ticketing options, fans can visit the festival’s official website.