Hip hop artist Rhymefest and mash-up group Super Mash Bros. were announced as the last two Dillo Acts Tuesday.
“Rhymefest is more hardcore while Nelly is more mainstream,” said Katie Halpern, Mayfest co-chair. “He’s more edgy. It’s very raw.”
“They’re always in high demand from students according to our polls,” said Michael Gebhardt, Mayfest co-chair. “We’re happy to have them.”
Mayfest said they always strive for a variety of artists in the lineup.
“It’s a very well-rounded lineup,” Halpern said. “This is one of the first years I can remember that we’ve had a truly balanced lineup.”