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Posted: 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 18, 2014

'Outkast: #ATLast' announces supporting acts 

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Outkast to play Atlanta in the fall
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Outkast frontmen André 3000 (left) and Big Boi reunited and performed before a sold-out crowd at the CounterPoint Music Festival in late April outside of Rome, Georgia. Now, they’re coming home to Atlanta for a Sept. 27 show at Centennial Olympic Park. CONTRIBUTED BY AKILI-CASUNDRIA RAMSESS / SPECIAL

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By Yvonne Zusel

Outkast is truly making their Sept. 27 "Outkast: #ATLast" show at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta a hometown affair. The East Point natives have announced the supporting acts for the one-day festival, and they include Stone Mountain native Childish Gambino (aka "Community" actor Donald Glover) and Atlanta rapper Raury, who set up camp outside Childish Gambino's sold-out show at Masquerade Music Park in April. Cleveland rapper Kid Cudi rounds out the bill.

Fans can also expect "additional friends and family to take the stage throughout the evening as well," according to a press release.

Tickets for the show go one sale today and are $55 for general admission and $105 for Golden Circle (each price range is limited to six tickets per buyer) and $250 for VIP (limited to four per buyer). Since this is being held at a park, there are no actual seats.

Tickets can be purchased through the official show website – www.outkastatlast.com, all Ticketmaster outlets, www.ticketmaster.com, 1-800-745-3000 or at the Center Stage box office.

About Yvonne Zusel

Yvonne Zusel is a digital audience specialist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, ajc.com and accessAtlanta.

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