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Wild Splash 2020 lineup: Roddy Ricch, DaBaby, Wale, more

This year’s festival brings the country’s No. 1 song to Clearwater.
Roddy Ricch will headline Wild 94.1's Wild Splash festival on March 7 in Clearwater's Coachman Park. [TYLER ASH  |  Atlantic Records]
Roddy Ricch will headline Wild 94.1's Wild Splash festival on March 7 in Clearwater's Coachman Park. [TYLER ASH | Atlantic Records]
Published Feb. 12
Updated Feb. 12

Wild Splash ticket holders, your patience has paid off.

Wild 94.1 has let a couple of big names from the 2020 edition of its annual spring festival slip out over the past few weeks, including DaBaby and YBN Cordae. Now, less than a month from the show, we’ve got the full lineup — and it’s led by the man with the No. 1 song in the country.

Compton rapper Roddy Ricch will headline Wild Splash on March 7 in Clearwater’s Coachman Park, the station announced Tuesday. He’ll be joined by Wale, Doja Cat, NLE Choppa and Rubi Rose (this one, not this one).

The top of the bill is very of-the-moment, and not only because Ricch just won a Grammy for his role on Nipsey Hussle’s Racks in the Middle, and who has by far the biggest song in America in The Box (not to mention four other songs on this week’s Billboard Hot 100). DaBaby, who played Saturday Night Live in December, is nearly as hot, with four tracks on the Hot 100. And YBN Cordae was recently nominated for Best Rap Album and Best Rap Song at the Grammys.

Wild Splash tickets are on sale now for $35 and up. Click here for details.

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