Attendees of the 7th annual ComplexCon recently experienced a vibrant and immersive weekend, offering a two-day extravaganza. Kid Cudi, one of the festival’s top headliners, delivered a mesmerizing performance featuring an exclusive preview of his unreleased song, “Super Boy.” In addition, American DJ Zack Bia and Friends surprised the crowd with special guests like Don Toliverand YG.
On Nov. 18 and 19, Long Beach, California, was treated to a vibrant and immersive weekend as the 7th annual ComplexCon granted the city a two-day experience.
ComplexCon showcased an array of musical talents. One of the festival’s top headliners, Kid Cudi, took the stage on Sunday, November 19, captivating the audience with his signature sound and electrifying performance. Cudi alsodelivered an unforgettable closing performance, treating fans to a preview of an unreleased song titled “Super Boy.”
In addition, the artistic director of CACTUS PLANT FLEA MARKET curated an impressive roster of moguls, including Denim Tears, Marc Jacobs, P4K,Luka Sabbat‘s Marking Distance, and more.
ComplexCon Special Guests
On the preceding day, American DJ Zack Bia and Friends also surprised the crowd with special guests, including Houston native Don Toliverand YG. Then, the energetic sets curated by media company Lyrical Lemonade, energized the crowd, with additional surprise appearances from various celebrities.
Additionally, notable celebrities in attendance was rising hip-hop star TiaCorine, known for her hit single “Freaky T,” DJ Scheme, GaTa, Ian Connor, Lil Yachty,Ralphy Tha Plug, among others.
ComplexCon is more than just a marketplace; attendees were treated to various pop-up shops, art installations, and branded activations throughout the festival. Exclusive collaborations, limited edition drops, and new products from cult favorites delighted fashion and lifestyle enthusiasts in attendance.
Updated By: Yasmine Duhé (11/21/23 at 2:30 pm)
Kid Cudi Set To Return To The Stage As Headliner For ComplexCon
Kid Cudi is gearing up for a spectacular return to the stage as the headlining act at the 2023ComplexCon. After a hiatus, fans eagerly anticipate the Cleveland rapper’s unique sound and captivating energy, making this a must-see performance at the 7th annual event.
Kid Cudi’s Return To The Main Stage
Kid Cudiis set to return to the stage with a headlining performance at the 7th annual ComplexCon.
The highly-anticipated event, hosted by Cactus Plant Flea Market, will occur November 18-19 in Long Beach, California. After a hiatus, the “Day ‘N’ Nite” rapper is ready to captivate audiences once again with his unique sound and infectious energy.
Alongside Kid Cudi, other artists such as Lyrical Lemonade, Field Trip Recordings with Zach Bia & Friends, Kerwin Frost, Luh Tyler are also scheduled to perform.
What To Expect At ComplexCon
As a returning headliner, Kid Cudi’s appearance at ComplexCon marks a significant moment in his career. Having previously debuted at the festival in 2019, fans can expect nothing short of a captivating and memorable performance. While he has not confirmed any special guests or the inclusion of new music, the Entergalactic artist’s stage presence alone is bound to leave an indelible impression on the audience.
In addition to his musical endeavors, Kid Cudi will also be promoting his clothing brand, Members of The Rage, at ComplexCon. Alongside renowned brands like Denim Tears, Marc Jacobs, and P4K, the festival will showcase the artistic talents and entrepreneurial ventures of some of the industry’s biggest names.
Kid Cudi Making Moves
Cudi is also preparing to release his ninth studio album, titled INSANO, in January 2024.
This highly-anticipated project will mark Kid Cudi’s first studio album since the release of Entergalactic in 2022, further solidifying his position as a trailblazer in the music industry. In July 2023, Kid Cudi teamed up with actress/writer Issa Rae for the HBO Max series, Young Love.
The animated series is based on the Oscar-winning short film, Hair Love. Kid Cudi voices “Stephen” while Issa voices the character “Angela,” in an animated series based on the Oscar-winning short Hair Love.