One of the most hyped up parties of SXSW is definitely the MTV Woodie Awards. The event puts a spotlight on some of this year's best up and coming artists, and who you can expect to top the charts in 2017.

With previous Woodie's performers like The Chainsmokers, Travi$ Scott and Ed Sheeran - all of whom have gone on to become megastars in their own genres - this year's show had some pretty big shoes to fill.

Here are the top seven memorable moments from this year's award show and festival.

1. That line, though...

Getting into the Woodie Awards is no easy feat! Music Lovers swarmed the area around the Austin-American Statesman from Riverside and Congress Avenue to Barton Springs Road - with no end in sight.

Luckily, it wasn't raining and the heat was tolerable because the concert was at night. And what better way to reward someone that waited three hours in line, than to give them free food and drinks once they get inside. It's almost like the wait never happened

Thanks y'all.

3. Jidenna crowd surfs

The "Classic Man" star just couldn't get enough of the Woodies after his performance in 2016. This year he returned as one of the headliners and performed his new hit "Helicopters": a melodic tune pointing out the issue of police violence.

While he was wrapping up his set, Jidenna pulled a classic rock star move and decided to crowd surf through people, many of who had just stuffed their faces with free barbecue and downed three servings of tequila cocktails.

Jidenna crowd surfs after finishing set.

4. Crowds don't listen

One of the most comical parts of the MTV Woodie Awards Show happened during the commercial break. Over the course of the show, a stage director or producer came out from backstage to give instructions to hundreds of people. Mind you - a lot of those people were also drinking - so I would bet the"follow instructions" part of their brain wasn't working properly. For example, the foam glow stick portion at the start of the show, I'm almost positive, didn't go as planned. But hey, I don't think anyone at home could tell.

5.Rick Ross 2020?

While holding a miniature American flag and commenting on the division of the country, Rick Ross pulled a Kanye - and maybe a little bit of an Oprah too - by telling the crowd he might consider running for president.

So what's in his plan to make America great? Well, Ice Cube's birthday would be a federal holiday, haircuts would be free at the barbershop Friday and everyone would have to buy his new album.

Okay, boss.

"I don't even know what to say. I'm 19," the R&B singer proclaimed while snatching up his first award. He then proceeded to thank his fans and his mom for "being the reason" he's even performing in the first place.

True that.