50 Cent Announces ‘Humor & Harmony’ Festival In Shreveport This August

50 Cent continues to be hip-hop's biggest troll.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA – MAY 02: Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson speaks onstage at the BMF/STARZ – For Your Consideration 2024, on May 02, 2024 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Derek White/Getty Images for STARZ)

On Friday (June 15), 50 Cent exclusively announced the initial lineup for his much-anticipated Humor & Harmony festival in Shreveport, Louisiana, this summer. 

The festival is a four-day event beginning August 8 and ending August 11. On June 12, 50 Cent teased the festival in an Instagram post, “You don’t want to miss this. Over 29,000 people have registered already. Go to Humor HarmonyWeekend.Com. Boom. 36,000 Super Bowl of comedy, music. Wait till you see who’s confirmed.”

This is part of his new development, including the newly launched G-Unit film studio. The first wave of festival guests includes Katt Williams, Andrew Schulz, DC Young Fly, Gary Owen, Lavell Crawford, Matt Rife, and Bill Bellamy. He hinted at more announcements to come, promising an additional 40 guests.

“Of course I’m confirmed, I’m gonna turn Shreveport all the way up,” captioned 50 Cent in a Instagram post. “I’ll have 60,000 people out there. I’m laughing but I’m serious.”

More names were revealed by the end of the day and continuing into Saturday. The festival includes DaBaby, Fredo Bang, Skilla Baby, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Monifah Carter, Pleasure P, Tank, Keith Sweat, Jeremih, Yung Bleu, and Muni Long.

The Humor & Harmony festival is shaping up to be a major event, drawing big names from comedy and music to Shreveport. With 50 Cent’s promise of even more announcements, excitement continues to build for this summer’s event.