Monica is one of the headliners for Super Bowl Live.

Super Bowl Live final lineup includes Monica, S.O.S. Band

Atlanta’s Jermaine Dupri curated the week of free concerts

The S.O.S. Band, Monica and Craig Campbell are among the artists who will participate in Super Bowl Live, the six days of free concerts and other activities at downtown Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park.

The roster of Georgia-based performers, which was curated by Atlanta hip-hop maestro Jermaine Dupri, also includes previously announced acts Goodie Mob and Waka Flocka.

Super Bowl Live kicks off Jan. 26 with a night of hip-hop including Pastor Troy and the ‘80s-era disco-funk of the S.O.S. Band (“Just Be Good to Me,” “Take Your Time [Do It Right]”).

Craig Campbell tops the lineup for country night.

Campbell, a native of Lyons, will headline the Jan. 31 night of country and rock, with Atlanta’s Hero the Band taking the Verizon Up stage just before him. Also that night, Tyler Tritt, daughter of Marietta native Travis, will perform.

The park will host the concerts from Jan. 26 through Feb. 2 (there is no programming Jan. 29-30), with a Super Bowl eve finale spotlighting Dupri’s So So Def All-Stars (including Freak Nasty, Tag Team, Ghost Town DJs and Kilo Ali).

The hosts of the “Around the NFL” podcast will also tape one of their shows from the stage at 11:30 a.m. Feb. 2. 

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Here is the full Super Bowl Live concert schedule:

 

Saturday 1/26 – Hip Hop:

1 p.m.: Emerald Empire Band

3 p.m.: Gritz & Jelly Butter

5 p.m.: Robnhood Tra

6 p.m.: Taylor Girlz

7 p.m.: Street Bud & Friends: Atlanta Drum Academy, LayLay, Bankroll PJ, Tootie Raw, Nia Kay, King Imprint, Backpack Kid, Lil Donald, Ayo & Teo

8 p.m.: Pastor Troy

9 p.m.: S.O.S. Band

 

Sunday 1/27 – Country

1:30 p.m.: Sunday Gospel Brunch, Players Gospel Choir

2:30 p.m.: REMakes

4 p.m.: Jack Michael

5 p.m. Josh Bricker

6 p.m.: Seckond Chaynce

 

Monday 1/28 – Hip Hop/R&B

5 p.m.: Ayanis

6:30 p.m.: 5am

7 p.m.: Goodie Mob

8 p.m.: DJ Holiday & Friends

o YFN Lucci, Waka Flocka, Trinidad James, DJ Unk, Travis Porter, 1playy, Young Dro, Derez Deshawn, Fly, Coca Vango, Light Skin Keisha, F.L.Y., Scrappy

 

Thursday 1/31 – Country & Rock:

4 p.m.: Lyn Avenue

6 p.m.: Tyler Tritt

7 p.m.: Hero the Band

8:30 p.m.: Craig Campbell

 

Friday 2/1 – Pop & EDM: 

3 p.m.: Super Bowl LIVE Happy Hour, Seed & Feed Marching Band

5 p.m.: Leah Culver

6 p.m.: The Jacks

7 p.m.: Hearty Har

8 p.m.: Heroes X Villians

9 p.m.: ATLiens

 

Saturday 2/2 – Hip Hop:

11:30 a.m.: “Around the NFL” (NFL Podcast)

12:30 p.m.: Georgia Tech Pep Band

1 p.m.: Team (TBD) Fan Rally

2:15 p.m.: Georgia Tech Drum Line

3 p.m. Team (TBD) Fan Rally

5 p.m.: Kelechi

7 p.m.: Monica

8 p.m.: DJ Smurf & So So Def All-Stars: MC Shy D, Raheem the Dream, Kilo Ali, Playa Poncho, Deuce, DJ Kizzy Rock, KP & Envyi, DJ Taz, Freak Nasty, 12 Gauge, Tag Team, Ghost Town DJ’s, Lathun

 

About the Author

Melissa Ruggieri
Melissa Ruggieri
Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff writer Melissa Ruggieri covers music and entertainment news for the AJC. She remembers when MTV was awesome.  

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