Music Midtown

'Atlanta's Music Festival' Enjoys Sell Out Crowd and Perfect Weather

On a sunny September weekend devoid of the downpours that soaked the festival last year, Music Midtown 2014 filled Piedmont Park with over 100,000¬†fans eager for the diverse lineup of chart-topping and indie artists. From superstars Eminem and Jack White to femme fatales Lana del Rey and Iggy Azalea to Georgia artists Zac Brown Band, Gregg Allman and B.o.B and many more, ‘Atlanta’s Music Festival’ did not disappoint.

Zac Brown (left) and John Driskell Hopkins play for the hometown crowd. Photo by Chris Anderson

Zac Brown (left) and John Driskell Hopkins play for the hometown crowd. Photo by Chris Anderson

Iggy Azalea gives the massive audience for her set a sassy show. Photo by Chris Anderson

Iggy Azalea gives the massive audience for her set a sassy show. Photo by Chris Anderson

Gregg Allman first played Piedmont Park in free weekend shows with the Allman Brothers Band 45 years ago. Photo by Chris Anderson

Gregg Allman first played Piedmont Park in free weekend shows with the Allman Brothers Band 45 years ago. Photo by Chris Anderson

According to fan accounts, Jack White was in high spirits for his set. Photo courtesy Jack White III website

According to fan accounts, Jack White was in high spirits for his set. Photo courtesy Jack White III website

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Darryl “D.M.C.” McDaniels and Joseph “Reverend Run” Simmons of Run DMC deliver a satisfying set of hits. Photo by Chris Anderson

LA singer/songwriter Banks earns lots of new fans at Music Midtown. Photo by Chris Anderson

LA singer/songwriter Banks earns lots of new fans at Music Midtown. Photo by Chris Anderson

Atlanta MC and rapper B.o.B clearly has the crowd in his hands. Photo by Chris Anderson

Atlanta MC and rapper B.o.B clearly has the crowd in his hands. Photo by Chris Anderson

Fitz & the Tantrums always raise the energy level with their performances. Photo by Chris Anderson

Fitz & the Tantrums always raise the energy level with their performances. Photo by Chris Anderson

John Mayer has come a long way from solo shows at Eddie's Attic to appearing as a headliner at Music Midtown. Photo by Chris Anderson

John Mayer has come a long way from solo shows at Eddie’s Attic to appearing as a headliner at Music Midtown. Photo by Chris Anderson

No one could deny the power of Lorde's Music Midtown performance.  Photo by Chris Anderson

No one could deny the power of Lorde’s Music Midtown performance. Photo by Chris Anderson

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