Rapper Lil Uzi Vert was the night's first headliner, starting his set for the Tuesday-night crowd on stage at 8:30 pm.
Lil Uzi Vert dances around the stage as he performs ''Sauce It Up.''
The Philadelphia-based rapper turned 23 the night of the show, performing his set list as the crowd shouted many birthday wishes.
Near the beginning of his set, Lil Uzi Vert jumped off stage and ran into the crowd to perform a few songs by the stands near the back of the FivePoint Amphitheatre.
Lil Uzi Vert pauses for a quick selfie with a fan in the stands.
Lil Uzi Vert does a backflip off the elevated stands into the crowd below him during the middle of his song.
The night's next headliner, G-Eazy, emerged from backstage behind smoke and glowing lights performing ''Pray For Me'' off of his most recent album, ''The Beautiful & Damned.''
G-Eazy shows off his chain while rapping ''Legend.''
The Bay Area native puts on an intense face while gesturing to the crowd during ''Legend.''
Eighteen-year-old rapper YBN Nahmir was one of the night's earlier openers. He returned to the stage as G-Eazy's first guest to perform their song ''1942.''
The first surprise guest of the night came as G-Eazy introduced Los Angeles-based rapper YG to the crowd.
G-Eazy smiles and dances on stage during ''The Plan.''
G-Eazy's set featured numerous visuals on stage from a live drummer and DJ performing on an elevated platform to a vivid pyrotechnic display.
G-Eazy begins the second half of his set rapping on the hood of a vintage Mustang while performing ''The Beautiful & Damned.''
Fellow Bay Area native rapper, P-Lo, surprised the crowd as he crawled out from the backseat of the convertible to join G-Eazy in a performance of their song ''Power.''
G-Eazy sprays the crowd with water as the stage heats up with more fire.
Tyga came out for a surprise guest performance, performing his hit ''Taste.''
The Bay Area rapper's set included many energetic highs but also some introspective moments as he performed some of his more emotionally charged songs.
G-Eazy thanks the crowd before ending his over-one-hourlong set.