Atlanta native and hip-hop icon, Big Boi is set to headline the finale of “Wednesday Wind Down in the Point.” Fans will not only be able to enjoy Big Boi’s performance but also performances by fellow Atlanta rappers such as Pastor Troy, Atlanta rap group Young Bloodz, Houston rapper Raheem The Dream and more. The music isn’t the only thing you’re in store for – there will also be a number of food trucks and vendors you’ll be able to purchase from.
This is the perfect opportunity for Big Boi fans to get to see him after the postponement of the 404 Festival he was set to headline. You may recall, we reported officials from the 404 Festival announced that the event has been postponed. A statement was posted on their social media channels to make the announcement saying in part, “in light of recent events, we have made the conscious decision to pause this year’s 404 Festival to explore options that will allow our fans to celebrate the community inclusion, growth, and appreciation of the City of Atlanta.”
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Big Boi, along with Fabo, Travis Porter, Ricky Retro, Hedonistas and more were set to take the stage at the festival that aimed to celebrate all things Atlanta.
We all know and love Big Boi, who is best known as one half of the group Outkast. Big Boi has had many chart-topping hits and features including “ATLiens,” “So Fresh, So Clean,” “Hey Ya,” “In The A,” “International Players Anthem” featuring UGK rappers Pimp C and Bun B, “Roses,” “Kryptonite,” “I’m So Hood” remix and more.