Music Midtown Festival

Music Midtown Festival, GeorgiaMusic Midtown Festival takes place at The Meadow at Piedmont Park, Atlanta, Georgia

Music Midtown Festival 2012 dates – 21st to 22nd September

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MUSIC MIDTOWN FESTIVAL 2012 – LINE UP
FRIDAY 21ST SEPTEMBER

Electric Ballroom Stage   
Van Hunt, T.I., Foo Fighters

Great Southeast Music Hall Stage
Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, The Avett Brothers

SATURDAY 22ND SEPTEMBER

Electric Ballroom Stage
Civil Twilight, Garbage, Ludacris, Florence + the Machine, Pearl Jam

Great Southeast Music Hall Stage
O’ Brother, LP, Adam Ant, Neon Trees, Girl Talk

The History of Music Midtown Festival

Music Midtown was a large music festival held in Atlanta, Georgia from 1994 to 2005. It is once again resurrected for 2011.

The festival ran on one weekend each year from 1994 to 2005. The event drew in excess of 300,000 attendees per year during its peak years. Music Midtown started as a two-day event with three stages. It later grew to three-day event. During the years that Music Midtown had a three-day run, the event had six main stages, each typically were sponsored by a local radio station that were used to present dozens of bands playing a wide variety of musical genres.

Promoters placed the festival on hiatus in 2006 which ran through 2010. This was due to a decline in attendance and rising expenses after the 2005 Music Midtown.

On July 6, 2011, it was announced that Music Midtown would return for 2011. This incarnation will only be a one-day event with only two stages.

Music Midtown festival Line Up – 2011
Coldplay, The Black Keys, Cage The Elephant, Manchester Orchestra, Young The Giant, The Joy Formidable, Band of Skulls, The Constellations, The Postelles, MONA

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