After touring festivals across the world since April, six-time Grammy Award winning duo Outkast returns home this weekend for #ATLast, three sold-out shows at Atlanta’s Centennial Park. Just announced special guests include:
Fri. 9/26 – 2 Chainz, Janelle Monae, Solange. *Outkast set to feature Bun B. *Doors at 4pm, 11pm Curfew
Sat. 9/27 – Kid Cudi, Childish Gambino, Raury. *Doors at 4pm, 11pm Curfew
Sun. 9/28 – B.o.B and a “Southern Round Up” with Killer Mike, 8 Ball and MJG, Bun B, K Camp, Devin the Dude, Kilo, Gipp Goodie, and DJ Unk. *Doors at 3pm, 10pm Curfew
ENTRANCE: VIP Gate is at the intersection of Baker Street and Centennial Park Dr. General Admission Gates are located along Marietta St (one gate faces the corner of Centennial Olympic Park Dr., the other faces Andrew Young International Dr.)
UBER: Use the code UberOUTKAST to get ATLast tickets delivered to your door. Between noon and 1:30pm on Sept. 26, 27, or 28, you can request a ride using the UberOUTKAST view for the chance to win an Outkast fan package and tickets to that night’s show delivered to your door. For each person who signs up and rides during #ATLast weekend, $5 go to one of two charities: Centers of Hope or Big Kidz Foundation.
ITEMS NOT PERMITTED IN PARK:
- Outside Food or Beverage (other than single bottle of water)
- Umbrellas; Chairs; Coolers or picnic baskets
- Professional camera or video equipment of any kind
- Weapons (All persons subject to body search)
- Pets, fireworks, drugs, remote controlled vehicles or aircraft
- Backpacks, bookbags or non-transparent bags over hand size (NFL Rules)
- Bag policy – Outkast #ATLast will use the NFL’s bag protocol, which encourages fans to not bring any type of bag. This protocol provides a safer environment and expedites fan entry. Bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12″ x 6″ x 12″, as well as One-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar) are permitted.
The concerts are produced by Rival Entertainment and The Bowery Presents with presenters V103 (WVEE FM) and Creative Loafing.