NON-STOP MUSIC OVER 5 DAYS
THE 9th ANNUAL ATLANTA WEEKENDER for 2020!
The 8th Annual Atlanta Weekender will take place September 3rd- September 7th, 2020 (Labor Day Weekend) in Atlanta, GA. Most events will be centered in the Edgewood Club District in Atlanta’s Old 4th Ward Neighborhood. The festival will again be partnering with world-renowned venues The Sound Table & The Music Room (Edgewood Club District Anchors) for Atlanta Weekender-branded events.
The Atlanta Weekender is curated by Salah Ananse, DJ Kemit, Kai Alce & Ramon Rawsoul - the DJs for the annual event House In The Park, which has an attendance of 10,000+ each year. The festival was designed to provide a full weekend of events for the thousands of people who fly in each year for this event. The Atlanta Weekender has grown from a festival of 12 DJs in its first year to over 40 DJs in 2014.
Past Atlanta Weekender Guests Include: Ron Trent, Theo Parrish, Ian Friday, Tony Humphries, Jihad Muhammad, Karizma, Moodymann, Josh Milan, Bobbito Garcia, Sadar Bahar, Stephanie Cooke, Roland Clark, Carlos Mena, Norm Talley, Miranda Nicole, Sadar Bahar, Jamie 3:26, Rich Medina, Gwen Bunn, Khari Cabral, Chantae Cann and more! This year the festival plans to continue in that tradition! 2018 guest announcements will begin in July!
This year's weekender will feature:
LOVESEXY- The Prince Tribute Party
DJ Kemit presents: SOUL MAKOSSA
SUNSET CITY GROOVE DAY PARTY
THE HOUSE IN THE PARK AFTER PARTY
RECOVERY DAY PARTY (Labor Day)
The 2020 festival will be headlined by:
With Special Guests: TBA
ALL VENUES ARE WITHIN 10 MINUTES OF EACH OTHER BY CAR!
EARLY BIRD PASSES ARE ON SALE NOW!!!
PARKING & SHUTTLES
OTHER ACTIVITIES IN ATLANTA
Labor Day Weekend is huge in Atlanta. There will be a plethora of activities available in addition to The Atlanta Weekender including DragonCon, Sk8-A-Thon & more!
KEEP OUR PARKS & VENUES GREEN & CLEAN
We're only as good as our reputation suggests. So please help us maintain good relationships with our venue & park partners by cleaning up after yourself! Respect our spaces!