Atlanta’s own two-day music festival ONE Musicfest is back. On the bill are headliners Lil Baby, Jeezy, a “Street Legends” set with Rick Ross and Gucci Mane, along with recent Grammy-winner Jazmine Sullivan. There will also be a special performance from Ms. Lauryn Hill. From October 8-9, the festival will take place at Central Park in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward neighborhood.
Performers also include Ashanti & Ja Rule, City Girls, Tems, Beenie Man, Jagged Edge, Bleu, Victoria Monet, Lupe Fiasco, Saucy Santana, Mya, Larry June and others.
As the festival celebrates its 12 anniversary, OMF will be partnering with Live Nation Urban for a second year. OMF will also partner with BET for the first time, for an activation named “Black Joy Playground” on festival grounds. In 2021, more than 35,000 attended the urban progressive music and arts festival at Centennial Olympic Park.
“We are super excited about this year’s lineup and new location. One thing we pride ourselves on is creating a diverse lineup that reflects the vast and beautiful breadth of Black music and culture,” J. Carter, founder of ONE Musicfest, said in a statement. We are also taking over the Fourth Ward area and increasing our footprint to four stages instead of three. ONE Musicfest 2022 will be our biggest year yet, but we still plan to keep the energy and vibrations intimate and comfortable.”
Tickets and additional information about the festival are on the OMF official website.
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