Atlanta Events: Festivals & Fun!

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The temperature is cooling down in Atlanta bringing a lot more people to the city, including artists from around the country out to perform. Musical events including One Music Fest, A3C, Music Midtown and more are all happening in Atlanta this year as fall rolls around.

ONE Musicfest 2017 (September 9, 2017 at The Lakewood Ampitheater)

ONE Musicfest is in its 8th year and has been named the “southeast’s largest annual urban progressive music festival” according to their website. The concert features a diverse range of music from classic to hip-hop, R&B to rock and more.

Jill Scott, Mos Def, J.I.D., Migos, Jidenna and Ro James are only some of the few talented artists hitting the stage this year.

Click here for tickets and more information!

Music Midtown (September 16-17, 2017 at Piedmont Park)

This weekend of fun, food, and friends includes artists Bruno Mars, Wiz Khalifa, Future, Blink-182, Weezer and Big Sean, Music Midtown is surely an event you want to mark your calendars for! The event, who’s been in Atlanta since 1994 will feature 30 artists will be performing over 4 stages for attendees with interests in all music genres!

Purchase tickets here!

A3C Festival & Conference (October 4-8, 2017 at various locations)

 

The first three days of the week long event will be the conference segment. Members of the music industry, entrepreneurs, artists and more will have the opportunity to learn and network in various workshops and panels. The event will be held at the conference venue @ Loudermilk Center, the Action Summit @ the Auburn Avenue Research Library and The Creative Complex @ Georgia State University’s NEW Creative Media Industries Institute. The festival segment of the event will take place at the Georgia Freight Depot the final two days of A3C.  Nas, Zaytoven & Friends, Kodie Shane and more will be featured.

You can purchase tickets here

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