For the second consecutive night, hometown outfit OutKast will turn Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park into a massive hip-hop celebration on Sept. 27. The Georgia natives have reunited in 2014 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their debut album, "Southernplaylisticadillacmuzik," which put Atlanta at the center of the hip-hop world, so it's no wonder André 3000 and Big Boi will be returning to the city to pay homage to their roots. Whether you choose basic general admission or a VIP option, you're guaranteed to experience an unforgettable Saturday evening thanks to an extended set list of the group's greatest hits, including "ATLiens" and "Hootie Hoo."
Centennial Olympic Park Seating Information
Although there are a variety of admission options available for fans attending this OutKast Atlanta concert, all sections of the festival will be general admission, meaning there are no reserved seats. The area closest to the stage is the VIP section, which is a small area that runs up against the front of the performance stage. VIP tickets include complimentary beer and snacks, in addition to a private entrance and cash bar. All attendees in VIP must be 21 or older. Next is the Lower Lawn Gold Circle, which will be just behind the VIP area. The Gold Circle also features a private entrance to the concert. The final area, the GA Lawn, is the largest level and is located farthest from the stage where OutKast will be performing.
Centennial Olympic Park General Information
Every attendee will be permitted to bring one factory-sealed bottle of water inside the gates, but no other food or drinks can be brought inside the festival. Blankets are permitted, but lawn chairs are not. Other prohibited items include umbrellas, backpacks, and pets. You can bring personal cameras to the show, but no professional cameras or recording devices will be permitted. You will not be able to re-enter once you leave the concert grounds.
Centennial Olympic Park Parking Information
Parking will be available at the nearby Georgia World Congress Center's Red Deck. The concert organizers expect heavy traffic, so it may be easier to use Atlanta's public transit system to arrive at Centennial Olympic Park. The MARTA east and west train lines run to the CNN Center Station, which provides easy access to the park.
Centennial Olympic Park Gate Times
The Saturday OutKast Atlanta concert is expected to begin at 5 p.m. EST, so gates to the park should open sometime between 3 and 4 p.m.