Travis Scott, Skepta and More to Headline Music Festival Celebrating Virgil Abloh's Life

'Mirror Mirror Music Festival' will be held next month and is organized by Virgil Abloh Securities, the highly influential designer-founded creative company.

AceShowbiz - Travis Scott (II) is set to headline a music festival to celebrate Virgil Abloh's life. Aside from the "SICKO MODE" rapper, who's recently named as 2023 Rolling Loud California headliner, joining the "Mirror Mirror Music Festival" lineup are Skepta, Yves Tumor, BBC DJ Benji B and more.

Virgil's appreciation for music, art, and design will be celebrated at the music festival, which is set to take place on Saturday, December 3 at FPL Solar Amphitheater at Bayfront Park in Miami, Florida. The one-day event is organized by Virgil Abloh Securities, a Virgil-founded creative company.

Shannon Abloh, Virgil Abloh Securities CEO, managing director, and widow to the legendary designer and artist, said, "Virgil had the ability to bring everyone together to create magic." She continued, "With his close collaborators, we wanted to bring everyone together to celebrate Virgil; his legacy, his passion, and his care for others. He believed his real work was championing others and we will continue his work supporting youth in the arts with the launch of the Virgil Abloh Foundation in 2023."

"Mirror Mirror Music Festival" will also feature performances from Venus X, Bambii, Acyde, Rampa and Pedro. Additionally, a limited edition festival merch capsule will be available to commemorate the event and will feature hoodies, tees, a tote and a cap. The capsule will be released on December 3 at All net profits from the event will be donated to support the 2023 launch of The Virgil Abloh Foundation.

Tickets for the event will be available on Wednesday, November 23 at 10 A.M. ET at A limited number of VIP tickets will be released that will offer access to special seats at "Mirror Mirror Music Festival", along with VIP ticket holders receiving limited edition merch ahead of the festival.

Virgil passed away on November 28, 2021 at the age of 41 following his secret battle with cancer. A post on Louis Vuitton's former artistic director's Instagram page confirmed the sad news, explaining he had been battling a rare, aggressive form of cancer for more than two years.

"He chose to endure his battle privately since his diagnosis in 2019, undergoing numerous challenging treatments, all while helming several significant institutions that span fashion, art, and culture," the statement read. "Through it all, his work ethic, infinite curiosity, and optimism never wavered. Virgil was driven by his dedication to his craft and to his mission to open doors for others and create pathways for greater equality in art and design."

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