Atlanta Falcons To Celebrate 50 Years Of Hip-Hop With Massive Concert Featuring Quavo, Big Boi, Luda
Source: Atlanta Falcons
The Atlanta Falcons are set to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Hip-Hop with a massive pre-game concert on November 26.
On Sunday, ATL's iconic sports team is paying tribute to 50 years of Hip-Hop in a major way with one of the biggest and most promising #HipHop50 events we've seen thus far.
According to a press release, to commemorate the indelible impact that the city has had on the music genre, the Falcons will celebrate with a pre-game concert featuring local legends including Jermaine Dupri, CeeLo, Big Boi, Ludacris, T.I., Jeezy, and Quavo.
The rappers will hit the stage at 12:30 for a pregame show honoring over 60 Atlanta artists.
A press release notes that additional performers include:
Alley Boy, Baby D, Baby Tate, Big Bank, Big Kuntry, Big Oomp, Big Tigger, Block, Bonecrusher, Bow Wow, Boyz N Da Hood, Bubba Sparkxxx, Crime Mob, Fabo, Da Brat, Dallas Austin, Dem Franchize Boyz, DJ Drama, DJ Jelly, DJ Toomp, DJ Unk, Earthgang, East Side Boyz, F.L.Y., Goodie Mob, Gorilla Zoe, Hitman Sammy Sam, J Money, Jazze Pha, JID, K-Camp, Killer Mike, Kilo Ali, Lil Fate, Maceo, Money Man, Nitti Beats, Organized Noize, Pastor Troy, Peewee Longway, Poncho, Rasheeda, Rich Homie Quan, Rocko, Roscoe Dash, Lil Scrappy, Shop Boyz, Sonny Digital, Travis Porter, Young Nudy, Young Scooter, Youngbloodz, Yung Joc, Yung LA, Yung Ralph, and Zaytoven.
Holding down the creative for the evening will be DL Garfield who cooked up special visuals for the stadium's massive 360 halo board. Additionally, exclusive memorabilia will be available at the stadium for fans to purchase as a souvenir from the epic game.
If you love Atlanta, football, and Hip-Hop there isn't a reason to miss the event this weekend. To top it all off, the celebration will happen during the Falcons Vs. Saints game which is always a high-energy event due to the teams' ongoing rivalry.
Are you going to the Mercedes Benz Stadium for the Falcon's 50 years of Hip-Hop celebration?