One carnival. One festival. Over thirty artists. Adam22 and No Jumper kicked off Trap Circus, their first of many festivals, in Miami, Florida to start the Thanksgiving weekend. Hosted inside the RC Cola Factory in the heart of Wynwood, the festival held two stages for artists and DJs to perform, along with a handful of carnival rides and attractions. Attendees were treated to performances from both local talent and today’s biggest names in rap all under one roof.
The gates were set to open at 2:00 PM, but the lines to enter were stretched down the street by 1:30 PM. From there, fans darted to the main stage to get a good view. The festival lasted from 3:00 PM to 1:00 AM with nonstop music from start to finish. Funeral Service opened up the show, following performances from Stepdad FLA, Lil Toe Nail, Splash Zanotti, OnstarCruz and many more. Taylor Girlz had the crowd hyped performing their latest single “Steal Her Man” featuring Trinity Taylor, following Yung Simmie taking the stage with tracks from his 2017 release, ‘BIG Smokey‘.
As the sun began to set, more artists began to arrive along with more people gathering around the stage to watch some of their favorite artists take the mic. Jamaica’s own HoodCelebrityy gave a stellar performance of her reggae hit “Walking Trophy”. Ice Billion Berg brought his son out on stage with his own mic to rap with! The Miami native arrived in his UM jersey to show love for his hometown. Zoey Dollaz shared the stage with DJ Stevie J performing his newest hits “Post & Delete” and “Bad Tings”, all while taking selfies with and showing love to the audience. YFN Lucci had his whole crew wearing YFN chains and helping him kill his set, and Rich The Kid arrived to a warm welcome by fans rapping along with him word for word.
The night ended with Cardi B leaving the crowd starstruck and hinting at a new single releasing in December, following Kodak Black bringing his crew, his mother and son on stage while he performed over a dozen tracks that left the crowd pleased and excited for No Jumper and WRLD Entertainment’s next festival. We can’t wait to see what Trap Circus has in store for us for future years to come.