The fans were not forgotten by visiting the Las Vegas festival / Day N Vegas 2021 on the weekend of November 12-14. They were exhilarated with the performances of famous rappers.
- Day N Vegas 2021 Day 1
On nearly 32 acres, the Las Vegas Festival Grounds, at the corner of the Strip and Sahara Avenue, was created by placing three stages right in the middle of one of the most striking backdrops in the world. The city’s Rat Pack were named Frank, Dean, and Sammy, in honor of their godparents. As soon as the doors opened on Friday afternoon, thousands flocked to it. Because they knew they were going to watch performances worth seeing.
Performances averaged 45 minutes, excluding headlines – Kendrick Lamar, Post Malone and Tyler, The Creator each took 90 minutes. There were 10-minute breaks.
The first day brought standout sets on Dean Tent, from Thundercat’s bass riffs to veteran Madlib’s to a sensational DJ set. On the main stage of Frank, Dreamville artist Ari Lennox was there to give the crowd passion and spirit to enthuse. Of course, the most important development was the return of Kendrick Lamar.
- Day N Vegas 2021 Day 2
On Saturday, at Day N Vegas, the crowd increased. Exciting talents such as Don Toliver, Baby Keem, Doja Cat and Tinashe took the stage on the first official weekend of the festival.
Baby Keem, who made his second appearance on DNV, made his debut on the Sammy Stage. Security feverishly distributed water to the crowd, causing especially rowdy festival visitors to throw bottles instead of water.
Famous rapper Doja Cat came to DNV as a princess in 2019 and returned as a queen in 2021. A parade of dancers to the Frank Stage set dominated the stage, with intense moves, humming lyrics, and all its sexiness.
Like the way she conquered the night scene, she wrapped Las Vegas around her little finger and later performed “Get Into It (Yuh)” and “Need to Know” at the Delilah dinner club on the Wynn. He then went to French Montana’s birthday party at Drai’s Nightclub.
- Day N Vegas 2021 Day 3
On the last night of Day N Vegas, all the excitement seemed to have descended on the Sammy Stage. Joey Bada$$ and Denzel Curry drove the crowd wild by reminding the audience that they were there for hip-hop.
Taking the stage in a blue fur headband, Lil Uzi Vert arrived 30 minutes late and stopped and started the music after she had jumped into the crowd. The dazzling visuals blinded the crowd, and attempts to incite everyone to “anger” were futile.