The first day of the OVO Fest in Toronto, Canada went off without a hitch on Sunday (Aug. 3), as YG and the legendary OutKast opened the two-day festival hosted by Toronto's own Drake.

YG kicked things off, hitting the stage around 7PM, performing popular cuts 'Left, Right,' 'B.P.T.', 'Who Do You Love' and 'My Hitta.' He also performed his guest verses on songs like 'Jeremih's 'Don't Tell 'Em' and Wiz Khalifa's 'We Dem Boyz.'

Afterward, Big Boi and Andre 3000 took the stage -- a little earlier than anticipated -- and launched into their classic 2000 hit 'B.O.B.' Daddy Fat Sacks rocked University of Miami colors with a throwback rope chain and medallion, while 3 Stacks wore a black jumpsuit, blonde wig and white wayfarer glasses.

And for their beloved cut 'Int'l Players Anthem,' their 2007 collaboration with UGK, 'Kast brought out Bun B for his dope verse about pimping, being fly and getting money.

Similar to their Coachella set, Andre invited women from the crowd to dance to 'Hey Ya' and Big Boi got his grown and sexy on during his performance of 'The Way You Move.'

The OVO Fest continues today (Aug. 4) with Drake headlining. No word on who his special guests will be. It was rumored that Chris Brown would join Drizzy onstage but was unable to travel to Canada due to his legal issues.