Soundset survives last-minute cancellations in a strong 10th year

Top, T.I. had the crowd — about 35,000 strong —laughing and rapping along during his afternoon set. Above, the notoriously tardy Lauryn Hill took the stage right on time and gave a performance that spanned her career.
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No-shows and schedule delays couldn't spoil the hip-hop mega-fest in its 10th year, thanks to strong showings by Lauryn Hill, T.I. and the locals.

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Welcome to the world's coolest kindgergarten: A German soccer stadium

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Soundset survives last-minute cancellations in a strong 10th year

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