Taking over Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles, the two-night festival will host performances from Solange, Thundercat, Yasiin Bey, BROCKHAMPTON, GoldLink, Blood Orange, 21 Savage, Daniel Caesar, The Internet and more, with Tyler himself headlining on the heels of his first no. 1 album, IGOR. However, a headliner for the second night has yet to be revealed.
For those unable to make the trip, both nights of performances will be live-streamed via Twitch — the gaming video platform apparently looking to break out of the console beat with a newly-minted music vertical — at 3:30pm PST (or 6:30 pm EST.)
Stream Day 1 of Camp Flog Gnaw 2019 below. Check back tomorrow for the closing night’s broadcast.
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