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Atlanta Welcomes Back Live Music With Socially Distanced Concert Series

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Dune Baydoun

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Atlanta is bringing live music back later this month with a three-day concert series at Centennial Olympic Park. The socially distanced shows will kick off on Oct. 23 with performances from Moon Taxi and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong.

Presented by Rival Entertainment and in coordination with the Georgia World Congress Center Authority, the City’s first-of-its-kind event will also feature the Marcus King Trio and Futurebirds on Saturday, and Big Boi & Friends featuring KP the Great on Sunday.

From Oct. 23-25, fans will be able to get outside and dance within their private pod, which will be available for parties of four or six. A six-foot walkway will be between each pod to provide further distance.

Following State of Georgia and CDC guidance on outdoor gatherings, the event will include health checks, face mask requirements, touch-point hand-wash and sanitation stations, and social distancing. Park capacity will also be reduced by 90% to further the safety of fans, artists and staff.

Tickets will go on sale Friday (Oct. 2) at noon ET, starting at $50 per person plus fees for pods of four and six. Individual tickets are not available, and pods must be purchased as a whole.

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