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Anticipating Atlanta Music Fests

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Atlanta is probably the hottest music scene in not only the Southeast, but perhaps the whole country. Most high-profile artists make sure to stop by one of Atlanta’s various music venues. These are my personal top 5 music events that are definitely on my calendar for the next few months (and VOX’s calendar — click here for more events).

  1. Van’s Warped Tour

Hosted at Aaron’s Ampitheater from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursday, July 2nd, Van’s Warped Tour attracts fans of several different types of entertainment, such as acoustic sets, spoken word, indie music, food, and deathcore. It also includes the famous mosh pits and signings by artists. There are also shopping opportunities in tents if you’re interested in the variety of merchandise. Tickets are $38.50, and you can find ticket information  here.

  1. Raurfest

Atlanta-based emerging artist, Raury, is hosting his second annual “Raurfest” at the Georgia Freight Depot near Five Points on Friday, June 26th. In addition to Raury, other people will be performing such as Trinidad Jame$, Big K.R.I.T., and India Shawn. The concert starts at 6 pm and the tickets are $20. You can get them here.

  1. Earl Sweatshirt

Odd Future member, Earl Sweatshirt, has decided to stop by Atlanta during his international tour, where he will be performing songs from his newest album “I Don’t LIke S***, I Don’t Go Outside”. He was going to perform April 29th, but he got sick and rescheduled the concert for August 30th at the Masquerade.You can get tickets from the box office at the Masquerade for $25 or here for $30.60.

  1. ONE Music Festival
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ONE Music Festival is returning to the beautiful music hub that is Atlanta, Georgia, for  its fifth annual festival. On the lineup are acts such as Ms. Lauryn Hill, The Internet, A$AP Rocky, and Raury. It’s a combination of a mega concert, a music festival, a food truck Frenzy, an art expo, a creative merchant village and a block party. Tickets will be available the day of the concert (September 12), at Aaron’s Amphitheater, as well as online here.

  1. J. Cole

J. Cole returns to Atlanta to perform songs from his latest album, “Forest Hill Drive”. He will be performing at Aaron’s Amphitheater on August 15. His highly-anticipated live show will be amazing without a doubt. You can buy tickets at the door or here.

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