With hundreds of performers still to be announced, the first batch of A3C artists includes Ghostface Killah, Too Short, 9th Wonder, R.A. the Rugged Man, Pharoahe Monch, Jean Grae, Rich Medina and Jarren Benton.
Also known as “All Three Coasts,” the festival had its biggest year ever in 2012, with over 20,000 hip-hop fans attending hundreds of performances, panels, films and tutorials — and this year will be even larger.
2013’s A3C Festival, running from October 2 – 6, expands to five days and three locations across Atlanta. Free shuttles will be on hand to transport attendees between venues at Little 5 Points, Old 4th Ward and East Atlanta Village.
In the spirit of everything that makes A3C one of the country’s largest hip-hop festivals, the expanded dates and locations will provide for a broader and more in-depth film festival (in its second year), pro-audio experience, style village, along with more live music events than ever before. This year’s “A3C Education Experience” will take place at Melia Hotel and include dozens of panels, workshops and speakers.
Purchase Discount A3C Pass
Festival passes are currently only $45 and increase to $50 on July 1.
Screen your Film, Documatary, Short or Music Video: http://www.a3cfestival.
Artits Submissions are open through August: http://www.
Partner with A3C
A3C Festival provides an unparalleled platform for products and services to reach and interact with the hip-hop community. Some of the most inventive and influential artists, brands and tastemakers utilize A3C to showcase new music, art, film, technology, equipment, fashion and more. A3C creates custom packages for both local and international brands looking to reach an engaged and targeted audience.
More Info Here: http://www.a3cfestival.
A3C [All 3 Coasts] is one of the largest hip-hop festivals in the US and takes place annually in Atlanta, GA. Now in its 9th year, A3C has grown from a local hip-hop showcase to an international festival, and incomparable cultural experience. A3C takes place over 5 days in October, at dozens of venues centrally located throughout three closely connected, high traffic, cultural hubs in Atlanta: Old 4th Ward, Little 5 Points and East Atlanta Village.
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