Big Sean to Play Pot of Gold Music Festival, Check Out Full Lineup

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Less than a year after playing Summer Ends Music Festival in Tempe, Big Sean has snagged another headlining slot in the Valley. Organizer Lucky Man Concerts announced last night that Big Sean would headline Pot of Gold Music Festival at Rawhide in Chandler on Saturday, March 19. 

Lucky Man is going with a tiered system for both single-day and two-day passes for the festival. The first 1,000 single-day tickets sold will be priced at $40, and the next 1,000 will cost $50. After that, the price will be $65. The first 1,000 two-day passes will cost $65, then $80 for the next 1,000, and then $110 for the remaining passes.

Big Sean will join Future, 311, Slightly Stoopid, Atmosphere, and more. 

The lineup is as follows:

Thursday, March 17:
Slightly Stoopid
Dirty Heads
Ty Dolla Sign

Saturday, March 19
Big Sean
Jay Rock
Earl Sweatshirt

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