CEO Tracye Stafford brings hip hop back to Columbia with another highly-anticipated concert series on September 19, 2021. Sponsored by 92Q Jams, the End of Summer Jam Fest is a performance-packed show headlined by Future, City Girls, Moneybagg Yo, and 42 Dugg. Hosted by the Merriweather Post Pavilion located at 10475 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia, MD., doors open at 2pm with the show starting at 3pm.
“We are happy to curate a safe music festival featuring some of our community’s favorites,” Stafford states. “Our team looks forward to delivering another successful concert for all to enjoy.”
Since 2003, Ikon Entertainment has produced and managed live concerts and events which targets the demographics in markets throughout Maryland, the District of Columbia, Virginia and Philadelphia. Through creative conception and flawless execution, Ikon Entertainment creates events that engage and captivate audiences, thereby increasing advertising exposure for affiliate companies while making a lasting impression on attendees.
“We are extremely proud of the concert tours and events that we have produced for our clients. From clubs to arenas and other ‘Hot Spots’, we have produced events that keep our artists, audiences and sponsors satisfied.”
Ikon Entertainment focuses on the business of producing live events, reinforcing brand awareness. and managing entertainment marketing events. The company has been referred to as “Entertainment Marketers with Creative Panache”.
To ensure the safety of this event, all patrons attending will be required to show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 or a negative test from the past 72 hours, along with a matching photo ID. Proof of vaccination can be your physical vaccine card or a photo of your card. We can’t wait to enjoy the return of live events with you safely! Tickets available online at Ticketmaster. For more information, please contact Berry Dynamic of PlanetMcNair, LLC at email@example.com.
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