GRAMMY-WINNING DUO TO PERFORM AT ATLANTA’S CENTENNIAL OLYMPIC PARK ON SEPTEMBER 27
Public on-sale begins Wednesday, June 18 (10am EST)
The ingenious and iconic duo, Outkast (Antwan “Big Boi” Patton and André “3000” Benjamin) will forever be associated with the city of Atlanta and now, they’re coming home #ATLast. The revered group has confirmed that they will curate and headline a homecoming show in Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park on Saturday, September 27. Additional artists will be announced in coming weeks. The show’s supporting partners are Atlanta’s own V103 (WVEE FM), Creative Loafing, Rival Entertainment and Bowery Presents.
Public on-sale begins Wednesday, June 18 at 10am EST via Ticketmaster. Additionally, a dedicated website has been launched to provide the most current show information as additional announcements are made: www.outkastatlast.com
“It’s only right that we give the hometown what we’ve been giving the rest of the world, Atliens in ATL, homecoming! Festival Killers!,” said Big Boi.
“Coming from Atlanta gave us the freedom to be whatever we ever wanted to be because no one was paying attention. Now that everyone is, we want to say thank you,” said André 3000
The one-day concert festival, will feature an extended headlining set from Outkast with special guests. The concert will take place at Centennial Olympic Park in Downtown Atlanta on Saturday September 27. Other performers will be announced in the coming weeks. Music is set to start at 5pm, with door times to be announced.
Tickets will go on sale via radio and promoter presales on Monday June 16 at 10am, followed by the public onsale on Wednesday June 18 at 10am. Tickets are priced at $55 for general admission, $105 for Golden Circle, and $250 for VIP plus applicable ticketing fees. General admission and Golden Circle tickets are limited to six per buyer, and VIP are limited to four per buyer. Tickets can be purchased via the official show website www.outkastatlast.com or at Ticketmaster.com, all Ticketmaster outlets, charge by phone at 800-745-3000, and the Center Stage Box Office.