There was plenty of humidity, more than a few large patches of mud, but not a drop of rain as Music Midtown 2017 rolled through the first of its two days on Saturday. More than 70,000 music fans were expected to pack Piedmont Park for almost 10 hours of music that included notable sets from Vintage Trouble, The Strumbellas, Weezer, Big Sean, Wiz Khalifa and headliners Bruno Mars and Blink-182.
You can catch performances here from several artists including COIN, Zara Larsson and His Golden Messenger. Hiss Golden Messenger, a country-rock band, based in Durham, N.C., got music lovers clapping, snapping their fingers and dancing Saturday with music featuring a wide range of elements – folk, bluegrass, country. Chris McDaniel was on the job selling beer early Sunday afternoon but he couldn’t help but stop and take a break to enjoy this band.
We’ll have add more videos throughout the day. A Nigerian-born musician who grew up in the suburbs of Atlanta in Gwinnett County, this hip hop artist is best known for his single, â€œHands Upâ€? featuring Killer Mike. Bibi Bourelly, a 23-year-old German singer songwriter (attended high school in Maryland), made her name writing hits for Rihanna, Kanye West and Usher â€“Â but sheâ€™s stepping out on her own. PVRIS (pronounced Paris) is a synth/electro-pop band from Massachusetts.
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