A3C Festival & Conference announces line-up for 15th anniversary

This year’s new Festival experience featuring more artists and shows over 5-days (Oct 8-13) across Atlanta’s premier venues Center Stage, Masquerade and Tabernacle… as well as more than 50 events with hundreds of artists & DJs. And this  marks the 15th anniversary of this unforgettable festival.
This is the place to be if you want to support hip hop culture, see up and coming performers, and enjoy the works of hundreds of artists. With hundreds of hip hop trailblazers you will certainly leave the show in awe. There has never been an easier way to find inspiration as an artist, or simply be entertained as a spectator.

This years festival line-up will feature music artists

Yasiin Bey, Burna Boy, Megan Thee Stallion, Lil Keed, E-40, Mr. Eazi, Lil Gotit, Pink Sweat$, Just Blaze, Rakim, Lion Babe, Buddy, SOBxRBE, DJ Quik, Big Daddy Kane, Afro B, Chika, BJ The Chicago Kid, G Perico, Boogie, Childish Major, Teni, Grip, Landstrip Chip, AZ, Tokyo Jetz, Baby Rose and comedians Mo’Nique and Donnell Rawlings.

You will also have the privilege of hearing from Baron Davis (former NBA star), Dapper Dan (fashion designer), Will Packer (film producer), and many more successful individuals who support hip hop culture. Now all you have left to decide is if you want to see one show, or stay and enjoy them all. With each date offering a great experience, you will certainly enjoy whichever date works best for you.

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