Ever since OutKast announced a return to touring in 2014, the public has been calling for the hip-hop duo to perform in its hometown of Atlanta. On Sept. 26, the music icons will finally make that wish a reality when they return to the city for the three-day OutKast: ATLast festival. Held at Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park, this concert event will feature an extended set list of OutKast's greatest hits with a selection of deep cuts from its 20-year career. See the first night of the much-discussed homecoming with Friday tickets to the event, which will be headlined by Childish Gambino and Kid Cudi.
Centennial Olympic Park Seating Information
OutKast: ATLast will be a standing room only event, but there are different admission options available for you to choose from. You can get the closest view of the performers from the VIP area, which will be situated directly in front of the stage. Slightly farther back will be the Lower Lawn Gold Circle, which still offers a close view of the stage. The remaining admission options will be available on an expansive GA Lawn, offering seats on a first-come, first-served basis.
Centennial Olympic Park General Information
Prohibited items for the OutKast Atlanta concert include outside food and beverages, umbrellas, chairs, backpacks, coolers, pets, and professional camera equipment. Each guest will be allowed to bring one factory-sealed water bottle inside to the performance, and you can also bring blankets and personal still cameras. Be aware that recording of any kind during the concert, even on cell phones, will be strictly prohibited.
Centennial Olympic Park Parking Information
The Georgia World Congress Center Authority, which runs Centennial Olympic Park, operates more than 7,000 parking spaces in four gated lots and decks near the venue. You should arrive early if you want to secure one of these close spaces for the OutKast concert, and be prepared to pay in cash when you arrive. Many more additional spaces are available in independently owned lots within walking distance of the park.
Centennial Olympic Park Gate Times
Gates to the festival are expected to open one to two hours before the show begins. Note that the scheduled start time is 5 p.m. EST, but that this is tentative and subject to change for the duo's first show on this Friday evening.