Lil Baby replaces Megan Thee Stallion as new headliner at LA3C Festival

Holly Alvarado, The Orange County Register on

Published in Entertainment News

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Atlanta rapper Lil Baby will replace Houston “Body” and “Savage” rapper Megan Thee Stallion as the headliner during day one of the inaugural two-day LA3C festival, scheduled to take place Dec. 10-11 at Los Angeles State Historic Park.

Megan Thee Stallion can no longer perform due to “unforeseen circumstances” that have not been disclosed. According to festival producers, who announced the switch on its LA3C official Instagram page on Nov. 30, they are “excited” that Lil Baby was able to step in and also stated that Megan Thee Stallion “sends her sincerest apologies to all her fans.”

The Penske Media Corporation’s new music, art and food festival will also see sets from Snoop Dogg, Maluma and K-pop superstars Seventeen. Other acts include R&B band Free Nationals, Colombian singer Fonseca, producer Shawn Wasabi, Regional Mexican star Gerrado, hip-hop artist Chicocurlyhead and many more.


The festival will also feature cuisine that highlights popular local eateries and food trucks and include numerous multimedia branded activations. For tickets and more information, go to LA3C.com.


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