Atlanta, GA – Freaknik is just around the corner for spring break in the city, and After 9 partners would like to invite everyone who wants to take part in bringing the entire city together for a time filled with enjoyment, entertainment and engagement all around at the Lakewood Amphitheater on June 22nd, 2019.
While Freaknik has been a historic event for the entire city, its growth in popularity has followed a rather unusual trend. Even its original name was changed from ‘Friknik’ to ‘Freaknik’, which resulted in a definite explosion of popularity during the late 80s and early 90s. Since then, it has become a meeting ground for youths and students studying in High Schools, Colleges, and Universities mainly from around the geographic area. However, it should be also kept in mind that people from all over the nation, as well as from outside of it have always packed the city in droves whenever Freaknik has come around.
This year will definitely be one of the most memorable. Promoters like After 9 Partners has certainly made sure of that. Augmented by an impressive lineup of performers, you can experience artists as diverse as Uncle Luke, Da Brat, Foxy Brown, Kilo Ali and many more. There are surprises in store too, and it would blow your mind when you experience the entire event in person! One example is a surprise DJ host who is actually a prominent personality in the entertainment industry. So, the short order of happenings asks you not to miss out on the event.
There is also a significantly deeper reason as to why this year’s Freaknik has acquired a great amount of momentum. The organizers truly believe that it is time to bring the community together – across diverse demographics and identities to share a time of enjoyment and fun just like momentous occasions like Woodstock ’69. In this time national political and social turmoil, you should be encouraging inclusiveness, June 22nd at Lakewood Amphitheater would evoke the same response too. Through great memories come strong bonds, so in times of need the entire city of Atlanta. Georgia comes together. This is just the starting point!
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