Six-time Grammy nominated rapper B.o.B. will perform a postgame concert on Opening Night for the Sacramento Kings to help kick-off the 2018-2019 NBA season.
The postgame concert will take place on Wednesday, October 17 outside of Golden 1 Center’s grand entrance. B.o.B., who just released NAGA this year, is best-known for hit tracks “Airplanes,” “So Good,” and “Headband.”
“As we welcome back the best fans in the NBA for the upcoming season, we are excited to continue to showcase the incredible energy and passion that makes us Sacramento Proud in the heart of Sacramento’s emerging entertainment and lifestyle district,” John Rinehart, Kings President of Business Operations, said in a press release. “Hosting six-time Grammy nominee B.o.B. for a full postgame concert in the DOCO Plaza is a fun and entertaining way to kick-off the season in style and we look forward to featuring even more entertainment and activities throughout the upcoming season.”
Additionally, ’80s hip-hop icon Rob Base will perform some of his popular tracks alike “It Takes Two” and “I Wanna Rock” during the halftime show.
“Hey Kings fans, I’m looking forward to taking it back to the old school at halftime of the Home Opener,” Base said. “And I can’t wait to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of ‘It Takes Two’ with you!”
The Kings will tip-off at 7 p.m. against Utah Jazz. Fans attending Opening Night will receive a commemorative t-shirt via Kaiser Permanente, and beverages/beer will be available for purchase in the plaza.
While The Kings are trying to expand their use of digital tickets to eliminate PDFs, it is encouraged to download tickets before arriving to the event.