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Pharrell Williams, Rick Ross to perform at Odd Future carnival

Pharrell Williams to headline Odd Future's third annual Camp Flog Gnaw carnival set for Nov. 8

Pharrell Williams has performed virtually everywhere this year. He’s hit Coachella, played the Hollywood Bowl and popped up at every awards show imaginable.

The producer-singer’s next big gig? Odd Future's third annual Camp Flog Gnaw carnival, which is set for Nov. 8 at the park outside of Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Williams will headline the carnival, alongside Odd Future frontman Tyler, the Creator.

Rick Ross, Mac Miller, Earl Sweatshirt and the Internet are also scheduled to perform. Odd Future members Hodgy Beats, Left Brain, Domo Genesis and Mike G will play solo sets.

Action Bronson, the Grouch and Eligh, Murs, Freddie Gibbs, Step Brothers, Trash Talk, Vince Staples, Cherry Glazerr and Dem Atlas are also on the bill, with additional acts scheduled to be announced.

Fans can expect the same carnival revelry as in previous years. Performances will be anchored on multiple stages and feature a skate park with performers. There also will be custom rides, games, prizes, food trucks and copious amounts of Odd Future merch.

Tickets will go on sale at noon on Friday through the festival’s website.

A limited number of early bird general admission tickets – which include entry to the carnival and unlimited access to rides – will go for $49.99. General admission tickets are $65 and VIP tickets (which includes early entry, merch, game tickets, meet & greets and more goodies) are $225.00.

The carnival will be hosted by Alchemist and Taco.

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