Kid Cudi And Childish Gambino Will Open For OutKast At Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park On September 27
UPDATE: Tickets for Outkast's #ATLast performance sold out within an hour. As a result, the duo added an additional date (Friday, Sept. 26) with supporting artists to be announced later. Tickets will be available today at 2:00 p.m. EST.
UPDATE: Kid Cudi, Childish Gambino and Raury will open at OutKast's headline performance at Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park on Saturday, September 27.
Public on-sale begins today at 10 a.m. EST via Ticketmaster. Check out the newly launched website here for the most current show information as additional announcements are made.
UPDATE: OutKast will perform at Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park on September 27. The duo is confirmed to curate and headline a homecoming show at Centennial Olympic Park. Additional artists will be announced in coming weeks.
Tickets for the even will go on-sale on Wednesday, June 18 at 10 a.m. EST via Ticketmaster and at www.outkastatlast.com. You can also visit the newly launched website for the most current show information as additional announcements are made.
The show’s supporting partners are Atlanta's own V103 (WVEE FM), Creative Loafing, Rival Entertainment and Bowery Presents.
OutKast is celebrating their 20th anniversary and is currently on their festival tour.
Today, an image began leaking out on Twitter that seemed to indicate that OutKast was planning a homecoming show in Atlanta in September. The photo, above, is a pretty creative way of spreading rumors, with only those who know their silhouettes able to understand what it was implying (though most 'Kast fans would be able to figure it out pretty easily). The show would be the duo's first ATL performance since reuniting at Coachella in April; during their 40-festival reunion tour, however, they did stop through Counterpoint Festival April 27, which is located in Kingston Downs, Ga., about an hour and a half from Atlanta.
While it hasn't been confirmed—reps for the duo declined to comment—it could mark their first non-festival performance this year, and for a group that did more to define the sound of the South than just about anyone, it would definitely be something to remember.