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Where to Get Cheap Tickets Online for Kendrick Lamar’s “The Pop Out” Concert with Ken and Friends

Here’s where to score the lowest prices on tickets to Kendrick Lamar’s upcoming Juneteenth concert in Los Angeles

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In commemoration of Juneteenth, Kendrick Lamar will be doing a special one-time gig in Los Angeles as a way of giving back to his hometown. The Pop Out — Ken and Friends is the name of the performance, where K-Dot will likely perform on June 19 at the Kia Forum with a few surprise guests.

At a Glance: Where to Buy Kendrick Lamar Tickets Online

Lamar’s first performance since his altercation with Drake (which Kendrick won, incidentally) will be at Pop Out — Ken and Friends. In case you missed it, the title of the concert alludes to Kendrick Lamar’s popular diss song, “Not Like Us.” See our comprehensive summary of the Lamar-Drake feud here if you need a refresher on the Great Rap War.

We strongly advise you to attend Kung Fu Kenny’s performance at the Forum on Juneteenth if you’re in Los Angeles. After concluding his nearly two-year Big Steppers Tour, the rapper is probably done touring for the foreseeable future (barring an unexpected cameo at Lollapalooza 2024). This is a brief guide explaining where to purchase tickets for Kendrick Lamar’s Juneteenth event in Los Angeles, where to get the best deals, and what to anticipate.

How to Buy Kendrick Lamar LA Show Tickets Online

On June 7, general admission tickets for Kendrick Lamar’s The Pop Out — Ken and Friends went on sale through Ticketmaster, but they sold out practically right away. In order to attend Kendrick Lamar’s event at the Forum, you will now need to purchase resale tickets. The top Kendrick Lamar resale sites are listed below, arranged from least costly to most expensive (as of this publishing) based on the price of the tickets.

Buy Kendrick Lamar Tickets on Vivid Seats

With tickets starting at $249, Vivid Seats is now offering the lowest pricing for Kendrick Lamar concerts in Los Angeles. Tickets for the floor start at $500. Bonus: VividSeats.com is offering new customers $20 off orders of $200 or more when they use the Rolling Stone-only coupon code RS2024 at checkout.

Buy Kendrick Lamar Tickets on Seat Geek

Another place to buy resale Kendrick Lamar tickets is Seat Geek, where tickets to the LA show are starting at $257. Use code ROLLINGSTONE10 for $10 off eligible first ticket purchases over $250 at checkout.

Buy Kendrick Lamar Tickets on Gametime

Gametime is also showing some great prices on Kendrick Lamar Forum tickets. Right now, fans can pick up 200-level seats starting at $262. Spots on the floor are going for $530.

Buy Kendrick Lamar Tickets on Stubhub

On StubHub, you can buy Kendrick Lamar Pop Out tickets starting at $273 right now. If you’re aiming for stage-side, you can get floor tickets for $606.

Buy Kendrick Lamar Tickets on Ticketmaster

You can still buy Kendrick Lamar tickets on Ticketmaster, but only verified resale tickets. These are currently going for $345 and up — $704 for standing room stubs.

Kendrick Lamar: The Pop Out — Ken & Friends Details

Kendrick Lamar’s The Pop Out — Ken & Friends concert is set to get underway at 4 p.m. on June 19. It’ll be produced by Free Lunch and pgLang (the latter produced Lamar’s Big Steppers Tour).

Not much has been released about the concert, but Lamar will almost certainly be bringing out some friends, per the title. The “HUMBLE” rapper’s cousin, Baby Keem, was one of the opening acts for Lamar’s recent tour and could be one to look out for at the Juneteenth show. We also wouldn’t be surprised by appearances from Future and/or Metro Boomin, whose March album We Don’t Trust You included the Kendrick-assisted hit “Like That” (the song that kicked off the Lamar-Drake beef).

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