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Music Festivals in Atlanta to Look Forward to This Fall

Festival season is well underway, and Atlanta has hosted plenty of them! With huge festivals such as Music Midtown and One Music Fest out of the way, some people can’t get enough of all the action! Here’s a guide to a few more festivals to keep your eye on this semester.



A cultural Mecca of art, performance, and killer outfits is making its way to Atlanta once again this October. With a fantastic lineup featuring artists from Anderson. Paak and Smino to Ravyn Lenae and FKA Twigs, this is one experience you do not want to miss! Come dressed to impress for this one as well; frequent attendants of this festival don’t come to play with their looks!

Price: $60 per day, $105 for full weekend

When: October 13-14


Imagine Music Festival

This one is for the headbangers and ravers! If you love bass-thumping EDM, you don’t want to miss out on this four-day event featuring headliners such as Galantis and Alesso. Act fast before you miss out on this lively experience!

Price: $279 (General Admission), $379 (VIP)

When: September 19-22


Sweet Auburn Music Festival

Found in the heart of the ATL, this event is as lively as the city itself. If you’re looking for good music, good people, and good food, this is the place to be. Oh, and did I mention it’s free?

Price: FREE

When: September 27


A3C Festival & Conference

This five-day festival is definitely for the hip-hop lover in your life, or in you! Find your favorite artist entertaining the crowd or learn about new artists to watch. Either way, you’ll want to keep music and memories from this event in rotation! There’s also a lot to learn from the keynote speakers and conversations provided.

Price: $249 

When: October 8-13


No matter your preference, you’re bound to have a good time at any of these events, making memories to last for a long time while listening to the artists you love. Happy festival season!

Amariyah Callender is a 20-year-old journalist from Decatur, Georgia. She is currently studying Journalism and Emerging Media at Kennesaw State University. She has been in the journalism field for the past seven years, writing for local media platforms such as VOX ATL and Lotus Rosery. With a passion for music and lifestyle, Callender doesn't shy away from media buzz, the next big artist, or what's going on in the music scene in the Metro-Atlanta area. She also enjoys writing about her own personal experiences and how they have shaped her life as it is today. Read her latest article here!
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