If you haven’t purchased Music Midtown tickets yet, a price increase is looming.
The two-day general admission ticket, currently $155, will increase on Aug. 31 to $165. GA Plus, VIP and Super VIP will be available at the same price ($305, $600 and $1,250 respectively).
The Sept. 14-15 festival in Piedmont Park boasts a lineup featuring headliners Travis Scott, Panic! At The Disco, Cardi B, Billie Eilish and Vampire Weekend, along with Lizzo, Leon Bridges, Charlie Puth, 6lack, Lil Yachty, Lord Huron, Tash Sultana, Kali Uchis, Walk The Moon, Quinn XCII, Banks, Local Natives, MØ, Jaden Smith and more.
Also, Music Midtown tickets can be purchased without service fees on Friday, Aug. 30 and Friday, Sept. 6 at the box offices of Ameris Bank Amphitheatre (10 a.m. – 4 p.m.), Buckhead Theatre (12 p.m. – 6 p.m.), Coca-Cola Roxy (10 a.m. – 4 p.m.), and the Tabernacle (12 p.m. – 6 p.m.).
Tickets can otherwise be purchased at www.musicmidtown.com.
There is also a celebratory aspect to the 2019 edition of the event – it’s been 25 years since Music Midtown debuted in the area now inhabited by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. (The festival went on hiatus from 2006-2010 and returned in 2011 as a one-night event featuring Coldplay, The Black Keys, Cage the Elephant and a handful of other bands.)
“It’s 25 years for this and 50 years since the International Pop Festival. It’s a big Alex Cooley year,” said Conlon, referencing his late friend and renowned Atlanta-based concert promoter who staged the 1969 International Pop Festival in Hampton and, years later, became Conlon’s business partner.