If you were anywhere near Atlanta in the early 1980's to the 90's you know that Freaknik annual something break was the place to be. Like other 90s nostalgia, Freaknik will be back this summer – but in updated, family friendly form.
The massive party that swelled in size as popularity , and with it, drinking and
The massive party that grew in size as popularity , and with it, drinking and partying.
However by 2010, former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed banned all Freaknik activities from being held in the city and the Atlanta party staple literally disappeared.
But thanks to your favorite, Uncle Luke, But on June 22, the new Freaknik will take place at Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood, with Atlanta-based After 9 Partners producing the event.
The lineup includes Project Pat, Uncle Luke, Da Brat, Foxy Brown, Kilo Ali, Bun B. and Pastor Troy. Tickets, which range from $46-$221, are on sale now at www.livenation.com.