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Project Pabst Comes to Atlanta

Four cities. 1 magical year.

The Pabst Blue Ribbon Festival makes its rounds around the USA and this time it’s making a stop in my home state Atlanta. The lineups speak for themselves with artists such as Duran Duran in Portland, Mac Demarco in Philadelphia, and Run the Jewels in Atlanta.
Crossing city to city this festival will be one for the books.

The beer made famous in Milwaukee started the magical festival in Portland, Oregon. This festival has been on the move since 2015 and has since moved to Atlanta, Philadelphia, and Denver. Each state has something special to offer to the festival package. With a more hip-hop integrated lineup in Atlanta. While, states like Portland are heading up the festival with more alternative acts such as Tame impala.

Atlanta’s lineup includes:  Run the Jewels, Mastodon, NOFX, Santigold, Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires, The Internet, Real Estate, Titus Andronicus, Summer Cannibals, Omni, Radioactivity, Mind Spiders, Biters, Nots, Jacuzzi Boys, Dino Boys, Midnight Larks, Cutis Harding, The Difference Machine, Michael Myerz, and Twins.

This fest will be competing with Atlanta’s premier festival Music Midtown which happens only two weeks before Project Pabst. We will see how this festival holds up in competition with the ever popular Music Midtown.

The Dates of Project Pabst:
Denver, Colorado- May 2o- 21
Portland, Oregon- August 26-28
Atlanta, Georgia- October 1st
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania- October 8th

Check out more information on Project Pabst at their website below:

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