Power 105.1, the New York City Hip Hop and R&B station has announced the lineup for its annual Powerhouse, which happens this year at Newark’s Prudential Center on Saturday, October 26. Doors open at 6pm and the show starts at 7p,
Tickets went onsale August 22nd at 10am via Ticketmaster and as the below image shows there are lots of tickets available for sale.
For anyone who can't make it, many of the of the Powerhouse lineup, including Meek Mill, Lil Tjay, Saweetie, Megan Thee Stallion, Polo G, DaBaby, and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, will also perform at the first NYC edition of Rolling Loud earlier in October. Below is a video clip from the 2018 edition.
What Is the Power 105.1 Powerhouse Lineup - 10/26/19
Migos and Meek Mill headline the 2019 edition, and the lineup also includes Lil Baby, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, DaBaby, Davido, Megan Thee Stallion, Saweetie, Polo G, and Lil Tjay, with more acts to be announced as the show gets closer.
How Much Are Power 105.1 Powerhouse Tickets - 10/26/19
Tickets are available for the American Express pre-sales starting at $79 for tickets in the 200 section of Prudential Center. 100-level tickets opposite the state start at $99, while face value for 100-level seats to the side of the stage is $159. Face value for floor seats start at $179, with first row 'official platinum' ticket selling for $530.
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