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95.7 Beats By the Bay lineup: K. Michelle, Jagged Edge, Ying Yang Twins, more

Dru Hill, Lloyd, Amerie and more are also coming to Vinoy Park.
'Love and Hip Hop' star K. Michelle will perform at 95.7 Beats By the Bay on Nov. 2, 2019 at Vinoy Park in St. Petersburg. [VH1]
Published Sep. 16

Time to look ahead to a night of throwback fun.

Tampa hip-hop station 95.7 has unveiled the lineup for its annual Beats By the Bay festival, a day and night of retro-R&B fun at Vinoy Park in St. Petersburg. This year’s lineup stretches all the way back to the ’90s, but there’s a big emphasis on the new millennium.

Love and Hip Hop star K. Michelle (Can’t Raise a Man), R&B boy band Jagged Edge (Where the Party At), purveyors of crunk the Ying Yang Twins (Salt Shaker), Baltimore loverboys Dru Hill (How Deep Is Your Love) featuring Sisqo (Thong Song), New Orleans singer Lloyd (You), and Grammy-nominated singer and media personality Amerie (1 Thing).

This year’s Beats By the Bay will take place Nov. 2 at Vinoy Park. Tickets start at $39.50 and go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. today. Click here for details.

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