Let’s Have the Greatest Day Ever!

Photos via Greatest Day Ever | Twitter
Written by Logan Bykofsky

Adidas Originals is bringing back New York’s biggest summer party for the sixth year in a row; The Greatest Day Ever! Among New York City’s handful of festivals, this one is an absolute must-not-miss on Saturday, July 13th and Sunday, July 14th.

The Greatest Day Ever! is no stranger to a wide range of big-name headliners and rising stars. To no surprise, this year is no different as the festival has a uniquely curated lineup of rap, r&b and electronic artists from all over the world. For 2019’s lineup we have Zed’s DeadCarnage, Snakehips, Jungle, Bas and Nina Las Vegas, among many others.

The weekend is expected to be full of collaborations and surprises. Will Danileigh bring out Lil Baby to perform his remix of her single “Lil Bebe?” (The answer: we sure hope so!) Carnage is another act sure to come with unexpected voices and appearances as his records have an unmatched list of impressive features.

Music aside, this two-day festival has seen many different homes over the last six years but the Ford Amphitheater on Coney Island will house the sixth installment, making this the biggest venue for the festival yet with a 5,000 person capacity. Get ready to dance your feet into the sand for two full days only inches away from Coney Island’s Cyclone Rollercoaster and raceway bumper cars (and Nathan’s Famous Hot Dogs, of course). As if that wasn’t convincing enough, all the rides are free all weekend on the boardwalk with your ticket.  Don’t miss out on the biggest boardwalk event of the summer and grab tickets here (single day and full weekend passes available for under $100)!  Interested in VIP? Adidas has you covered as your VIP pass will allow you rooftop access overlooking all of Coney Island, the beach and boardwalk (along with expedited entry and a cash bar). Make the Greatest Day Ever! even greater and check out your upgrade options. See you on the beach!

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