Atlanta Performers Show Their Music Muscle at One MusicFest – Details + Pics Here!

September 14, 2018
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Over 20,000 concert goers from all over the country took over Central Park in Midtown Atlanta to celebrate the One MusicFest. This two day event showcases over 20 performers with two main stages and sponsors from Ford Motors and Jack Daniels.

With major artists such as Nas, Common and Big Sean, the event went to another level on the final day with electric performances by local Atlanta heavyweights Big Boi, Monica, Keri Hilson, T.I. and headliner Two Chainz.

The crowd’s favorite performance was the Atlanta Crunk Music reunion set curated by DJ Nabs featuring Kilo Ali, The East Side Boyz, The YoungBloodz, Trillville, and the Ying Yang Twins.

Here are a few pictures from the weekend…

T.I.

Keri Hilson

Ying Yang Twinz

Youngbloodz

Words and pictures by Carl Agard and Melisa Fox

#TI #onemusicfest2018 #djnabs #kerihilson

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