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The group was discovered by East Point native producer Rico Wade. His mother’s basement hosted the legendary “Dungeon Family” collective of artists like Goodie Mob and also OutKast. It was in that Lakewood Heights home that OutKast recorded seminal albums “ATLiens” in 1996 and “Aquemini” in 1998.
The city is doing a “special presentation” for Goodie Mob at 7:45 p.m. right before the group performs.
"This is a show you don't want to miss!" the group posted to Instagram.
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There are plenty of other artists joining Goodie Mob on the show later this month: Kilo Ali, Dana Dane, Cherrelle and the live band Jukebox, which features former Blackstreet member Quinn.
There will be food trucks and a farmers market at the bash. The following are not allowed; tents, smoking, outside food/beverage and pets.
The event will be at the Downtown Commons, 2757 East Point St.
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The Goodie Mob took the stage at Super Bowl LIVE this week. There will be more free live concerts through Saturday night.