Triller Fight Club is changing the face of boxing, galvanizing an entire new generation by combining legendary heavyweight match-ups and huge music talent to create experiences that are imprinting on the cultural zeitgeist that has never been seen before, and now it’s coming to Miami. On June 19th, Triller’s next spectacular and unprecedented event, including a blockbuster concert, will take place in Miami, hosted by Mario Lopez and Snoop Dogg.
Music Stars Meek Mill, Myke Towers, Snoop Dogg, Gente De Zona and Lunay and now Farruko, one of Latin Urban music’s leading and globally acclaimed artists, will take the stage for the first time at Miami’s LoanDepot park to help kick off the New Triller Live Concert Series during the Triller Fight Club event. The concert will be part of an epic three-hour event for Miami’s FIRST “full open seating” event post-COVID.
The concert, which kicks off at 6:00 PM EST, precedes the most exciting, thrill-packed fight event of the year, which will also offer entertainment between fights once the fight card starts. The evening will also feature a surprise performance of a never-before-seen and never-seen-again duet.
The event will be a four-hour extravaganza of music, dancing, a world-class pyrotechnics display, some of the biggest boxing matches ever to be in a show produced by the visionary producer Nigel Lythgoe of So You Think You Can Dance and American Idol.
The boxing portion will be headlined by the first defense from Brooklyn, New York’s ‘The Takeover’ Teofimo Lopez, (16-0, 12 KOs), of his Undisputed Lightweight World Titles (WBC, WBA, WBO, IBF, RING) against Mandatory Challenger, ‘Ferocious’ George Kambosos Jr., (19-0, 10 KOs), of Sydney, Australia scheduled for 12-rounds. Just added to the stacked undercard is a boxing grudge match between former UFC Light Heavyweight World Champion, ‘The Phemon’ Vitor Belfort and ‘The Real Tarzann’ Mike Holston.
Prices range from $50 to $3,000 and include options from VIP ringside seats to traditional seats in the stadium (Home of Miami Marlins) upper and lower bowls, as well as seats near the two entertainment stages on either side of the ring, positioned at the pitcher’s mound.