Oct 04 2018
Doors - 05:30 PM
Show - 06:30 PM

Lecrae & Andy Mineo at Kingdom Come Festival

with Lecrae, Andy Mineo, Wordsplayed, nobigdyl., Whatuprg

The Big Fresno Fair - 1121 S Chance Ave - Fresno, CA


Ticket Prices (Additional taxes & fees may apply):

VIP: $85

VIP tickets include the best seats in the house and a photo opportunity with the artists (subject to availability). Admission to the fair must be purchased separately.

Ticket prices vary based on location: $18 - $45

Ticket Support: Please e-mail tickets@transparentproductions.com or call 714-545-8900.

Want to get involved? We’d love your help getting the word out to the community! E-mail grace@transparentproductions.com for more info!

**Ticket purchase does NOT include fair admission, however if you purchase your tickets to Kingdom Come AND Fair ticket in the same transaction, your fair admission is 50% off!


About Lecrae

Neither does hip hop nor its prolific breakout rhymist/activist/author/voice of conscience Lecrae. Never afraid to move the needle, few would argue that his much anticipated Columbia Records debut album (due out this summer) comes at a pivotal moment for the artist, as hip hop’s torrent now moves to him. Surging or insurgent - depending on your point of view - he’s blessed with a visionary verbal arsenal and an abiding faith that’s piloted a unique career trajectory defying the typical hip hop storyline. ‘The system may not have planned for this,’ wrote Vibe about Lecrae, ‘but it’s definitely coming around.’ “More caught than taught,” is how the artist describes his incredible journey that includes two Grammys, a history-making #1 album with his masterful 2014 offering, Anomaly (topped multiple categories, including the Billboard 200 and is RIAA Gold certified), and a compelling live resume, most recently notching a headlining 2016 ‘Destination’ tour which Lecrae says was about “real unity, not pretend unity.” He continues to thoughtfully engage the culture, reeling off a NY Times Bestseller (last year’s riveting memoir ‘Unashamed’) and a breakthrough spoken word performance at the BET Hip Hop Awards last fall that had the twittersphere heralding his arrival as truth-telling firebrand. BET hailed it as an “epic poem,” of “necessary affirmations.”

About Andy Mineo

For some time now, Andy Mineo has been blazing his own path, broadening his influence and walking unapologetically in his calling. Since releasing his debut mixtape under Reach Records—2011’s critically lauded Formerly Known—he’s proven to be both consistent and unpredictable in his approach. This commitment to staying the course has earned him a slew of Billboard-charting records, high praise from his hip-hop counterparts, and sold out tours across the United States and Europe. His colossal hit “You Can’t Stop Me” not only won an ESPN Whammy Award for MLB’s Top Walk Up Song, but also went RIAA ® certified gold, selling over 500,000 copies worldwide. 2015’s Uncomfortable saw Mineo hit another stratosphere, artistically and in terms of commercial recognition. In 2018, Mineo is set to make his greatest impact yet. His most recent project The Arrow is the first installment in a four-chapter EP that, taken together, will culminate into his third LP. Thematically, The Arrow is a refreshing take on a host of pressing topics that will resonate with new listeners and longtime fans alike; it candidly explores doubt, disillusionment, love, loss, and what it means to navigate an ever-changing world as a person of faith.


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