Atlanta Funk Fest


Do you feel like getting funky? Funk Fest Atlanta is coming to the Wolf Creek Amphitheater on May 18–20, and it’s going to be the funkiest event around. General admission tickets are $60 for one day or $165 for all three days. Upgrade to reserved seating for $100 for one day or $285 for three days, or go all out with VIP passes. VIP tickets are $160 for a day or $450 for three days.

So, just what will a ticket get you? Funky performances from some of the biggest names in music.

Friday’s Lineup

Funk Fest Atlanta is hitting the ground running on Friday with the supergroup R.B.R.M. Just who is this group? It’s Ronnie DeVoe, Bobby Brown, Ricky Bell, and Michael Bivens. How does that sound? These guys have been making a comeback in a big way, and it’ll be exciting to see them on the big stage.

They don’t just sing, although they do that really well. They also dance, and you’ll find yourself dancing as well. It’s hard to keep your feet glued to the ground when these guys take the stage.

Oh, and Lil’ Kim and 702 will be there on Friday too. It’s going to be a great day.

Saturday’s Lineup

Friday is going to be amazing, so how can Saturday top it? Uh, maybe with a guy named Nas. Nas has been putting out hits since the 1990s, and he’s barely taken a breather since he first hit the scene. This is your chance to hear “If I Ruled the World” and “N.Y. State of Mind” live.

The YoungBloodZ will be there, too. Did you know these guys are straight out of Atlanta? They are sure to get a hometown welcome when they hit the stage.

The Goodie Mob and Bilal round out Saturday’s lineup.

Sunday’s Lineup

Sunday is the last day of the festival, and the organizers decided to go big. You can’t help but get excited when you hear that the legendary Charlie Wilson is going to be there. With 11 Grammy nominations under his belt, it’s no secret that he’s a huge star. Tune in to see if he sings “You Are” and other massive hits.

Speaking of hits, Loose Ends will also take the stage. Loose Ends topped the US Billboard R&B chart with “Hangin’ on a String” back in 1985 and set a record by doing so. It became the first British band to hit the top of that specific chart.

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