Busta Rhymes and Spliff Star attend Pass The Mic Concert at Hard Rock Hote - Times Square on May 12, 2022 in New York City. (Photo by Shareif Ziyadat/Getty Images)

Busta Rhymes, ONYX, Havoc, and Large Professor Join Rock the Bells Festival

Busta Rhymes, ONYX, Havoc, and Large Professor Added To Rock the Bells Festival

Published Thu, July 14, 2022 at 5:07 PM EDT

Busta Rhymes, Onyx, Havoc of Mobb Deep, and Large Professor have been added to the Rock the Bells Festival, taking place on Aug. 6 in Queens, NY. The acclaimed artists join an already stacked lineup that includes performances from LL COOL J feat. DJ Z-Trip, Ice Cube, Rick Ross, Lil Kim, The Diplomats ft. Cam’ron, Jim Jones & Juelz Santana, Fat Joe & Remy Ma, Jadakiss, Scarface, Trina, N.O.R.E, and Digable Planets.

“I am super excited to rock the stage with my brother LL at the Rock The Bells festival on August 6 at Forest Hills Stadium," Busta Rhymes said. “This is going to be legendary.”

LL COOL J called Busta's performance a "can't miss" addition to the line-up.

“Everyone in Hip-Hop knows BUSTA has a can’t miss stage show,” he said, before adding, “Onyx live is a must see and producers / rappers HAVOC of Mobb Deep and Large Professor will represent Queens to the fullest!”

In addition to the performances, the festival will feature the first-ever Hip-Hop food court experience, the Trill Mealz Food Court. Curated by rap legend Bun B, it will include a selection of food and beverage vendors from legendary Hip-Hop artists including Nas (Sweet Chick ), E-40 (Goon With The Spoon), Jadakiss and Styles P (Juices for Life), Ghostface Killah (Killah Koffee), and Mia X (Team Whip Them Pots). The "fully immersive experience" will also include local Queens-based restaurants and NYC favorites.

Tickets for the festival are available for purchase at www.rockthebells.com/festival. For every ticket sale, Rock The Bells will donate partial proceeds to the Universal Hip-Hop Museum in the Bronx whose mission is to celebrate and preserve the people, artifacts, and stories that echo from 1973 to the present.  

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