The day before Kendrick Lamar shouted out Schoolboy Q and played two of his songs at Panorama, Schoolboy Q played his own set at the festival (Friday, 7/22). It was his second NYC since the release of his excellent Blank Face LP (his first was a Panorama-presented show at Highline Ballroom on 7/12), and he performed new songs "THat Part" and "By Any Means" among others and also threw in some old favorites like "Collard Greens" and "Man of the Year". Q was pretty upset with his turn out, claiming that he's done a lot of shows in NYC and this was the "most turned down" show he's performed at. The crowd was relatively small, as a lot of people chose to stay at the main stage after Alabama Shakes to wait for Arcade Fire. Pictures of his set are in the gallery above.

Q recently announced a tour with Joey Bada$$, which included a TBA NYC show on September 11. Now it's been announced that the show will happen at Terminal 5. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (7/29) at noon with a promoter presale starting Thursday (7/28) at noon. Updated dates are listed below.

Joey Bada$$ wasn't billed for Panorama, but he did also play. He showed up as a surprise guest during Flatbush Zombies' set on Sunday (7/24), after the Zombies asked the crowd if it was okay if they bring out a very good friend of theirs. Joey played his single "Devastated" and proudly repped the Beast Coast movement, which includes Joey's Pro Era crew, Flatbush Zombies, The Underachievers, and more.

Schoolboy Q / Joey Bada$$ — 2016 Tour Dates
8/30 Indianapolis, IN: Egyptian Room **
8/31 Royal Oak, MI: Royal Oak Music Theatre **
9/1 Toronto, ON: Sound Academy **
9/6 Wallingford, CT: The Dome
9/8 Philadelphia, PA: Electric Factory
9/9 Lowell, MA: Tsongas Center
9/11 New York, NY: Terminal 5
9/14 Fairfax, VA: EagleBank Arena
9/16 Raleigh, NC: The Ritz **
9/17 Myrtle Beach, SC: House of Blues **
9/18 Charlotte, NC: The Fillmore **
9/19 Atlanta, GA: Tabernacle
9/21 Louisville, KY: Palace Theater
9/23 Nashville, TN: Marathon Music Works
9/24 Memphis, TN: New Daisy Theater
9/25 Chattanooga, TN: Track 29
9/27 Orlando, FL: Venue 578
9/28 St. Petersburg, FL: Jannus Live
10/1 Austin, TX: Austin City Limits **
10/2 Oklahoma City, OK: The Criterion
10/4: New Orleans, LA: House of Blues
10/6 Dallas, TX: Southside Ballroom
10/7 San Antonio, TX: Aztec Theater
10/8 Austin, TX: Austin City Limits **
10/9 El Paso, TX: Buchanans Event Center
10/10 Albuquerque, NM: Tingley Coliseum
10/11 Phoenix, AZ: Mesa Amphitheater
10/13 Oakland, CA: Fox Theater
10/14 San Francisco, CA: Warfield Theatre
10/15 San Diego, CA: Observatory North Park
10/16 Las Vegas, NV: Brooklyn Bowl
10/18 Los Angeles, CA: Shrine Expo Hall
10/21 Seattle, WA: WaMu Theater at CenturyLink Field
10/22 Vancouver, BC: PNE Center
10/23 Denver, CO: Fillmore
10/24 Kansas City, MO: Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland
10/25 St Louis, MO: The Pageant
10/26 Clive, IA: 7 Flags Event Center
10/27 St Paul, MN: Myth
10/29 Milwaukee, WI: Eagles Ballroom
11/3 Auckland, NZ: Logan Campbell Centre
11/4 Sydney, AUS: Hordern Pavilion
11/5 Newcastle, AUS: This That Festival
11/8 Brisbane, AUS: Eaton’s Hill
11/9 Melbourne, AUS: Festival Hall
11/10 Perth, AUS: Metro City
11/21 Helsinki, FIN: Circus
11/22 Oslo, NOR: Sentrum Scene
11/23 Stockholm, SWE: Annexet
11/24 Copenhagen, DNK: Falconer Salen
11/25 Hamburg, GER: Docks
11/26 Warsaw, POL: Progresja
11/27 Berlin, GER: Astra
11/29 Paris, FR: Zenith
11/30 Lausanne, CHE: Les Docks
12/1 Nimes, FR: Paloma
12/2 Zurich, CHE: Komplex 457
12/4 Esch-sur-Alzette, LUX: Rockhal Club
12/5 Brussels, BEL: AB Main Hall
12/6 Frankfurt, GER: Gibson
12/7 Cologne, GER: Live Music Hall
12/9 Utrecht, NLD: Tivoli
12/11 Manchester, UK: Academy
12/13 Glasgow, UK: O2 ABC
12/14 London, UK: Brixton Academy
12/15 Birmingham, UK: O2 Institute

** – no Joey Bada$$