October 2019 is full of dope hip hop concerts

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October 2019 is full of dope hip hop concerts

Kyle Atkinson

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Something strange that I’ve noticed in 2019 has been the lack of big-name hip hop concerts in Utah. Usually by this point in the year we’ve had a couple big acts, but there hasn’t been many thus far. However, the concert scene is really about to heat up in the final few months of the year. 

Luckily for you, I’ve gathered some of the biggest concerts of October all in one place for your reading pleasure. Read on to learn about some dope hip hop concerts. 

Here’s the who, what, and when: who’s performing where and when the show is, along with more useful info.

Tyler, The Creator

When: October 8th

Where: The Great Saltair 

Price: $59.50 + fees

Now this is a big time show, just in time for the busiest time of the year for concerts. Tyler, The Creator dropped an album that will be near the top of year-end lists and he will be bringing it to SLC on October 8th. 

You can read more about this sure-to-be-excellent show in a new blog post written by Hip Hop Drip DJ Jameson Williams. Anticipation for the show is at a high, we’ll see how it lives up to the hype!

K-UTE Radio and U92 present “Locals Only Hip Hop Social” 

When: October 11th (see poster above)

Where: The Beehive

Price: Free until 8:30pm, $10 after 8:30pm

This is one of the biggest shows that K-UTE Radio has ever hosted in conjunction with Utah’s hip hop station U92. The event is a showcase of some of Utah’s local hip hop talent, as well as a social for music lovers from all over. There will be a pop-up thrift shop presented by Moby Thrift as well as free fades and tapers. RedBull will also be in attendance handing out free drinks to fans. 

Be sure to stop by and say what’s up to the Drip Boys as K-UTE’s Hip Hop Drip DJs will rocking the show. There will also be giveaways and other surprise goodies, so hit this show up for sure.  

Yelawolf

When: October 11th

Where: The Complex

Price: $25 + fees

Fresh off the release of his latest album Trunk Muzik III, Yelawolf is back in SLC for a tour stop. This tour is named after his recently announced sixth studio album Ghetto Cowboy. Fans of Yela’s unique blend of country and hip hop will be sure to enjoy this show! 

An X-tra Spooky Night w/ Atarii

When: October 15th

Where: Urban Lounge

Price: starting at $7

AGGRO Records is holding their first ever Halloween-themed show on October 15th. The show will feature performances by many local artists. Come dressed up in a Halloween costume and check the Facebook event for more info.

Logic

When: October 15th

Where: The Maverik Center

Price: starting at $40

On October 15th, Logic will be making yet another stop in Utah on his latest tour. The tour is supporting Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind, his latest album that came out earlier this year. He’s bringing J.I.D and YBN Cordae as his openers, and they’re sure to get the crowd rocking early.  

Brockhampton

When: October 30th

Where: The Union Event Center

Price: starting at $40

Popular hip hop group Brockhampton will finally be blessing SLC with their presence on October 30th. The show will be in support of the group’s latest album GINGER which was released earlier this summer. You can listen to the album and read a review of it that was written by Hip Hop Drip DJ Robert Elguera before attending the show. 

This is sure to be an exciting show for Utah-based Brockhampton lovers and our anticipation is through the roof!  

Are those the only shows in October?

Now obviously these aren’t the only shows taking place in October, but they are some of the most well-known. There are many different genres of shows that hit Utah all the time, you just have to look for them. You can check many sites including smithstix.com, kilbycourt.com, thesaltair.com, other local venues, and of course kuteradio.org for all of your concert needs. 

 Interact with us on our social media accounts and let us know if you attend any of these local shows! 

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