‘Parking Lot Concert Series’ will offer Fourth of July A-Town Bash with Crime Mob, Dem Franchize Boyz and other Atlanta hip-hop artists

The “Parking Lot Concert Series” promoted by Street Execs will continue during Fourth of July weekend with an “A-Town Bash.”

A lineup of Atlanta hip-hop regulars including Crime Mob, Dem Franchize Boyz, Fabo, Pastor Troy and Kilo Ali will perform during the July 4 concert, which takes place at 6 p.m. at Murphy Park Fairgrounds.

The quarantine-style concert – which Street Execs started in early June with artists including Skooly, Travis Porter and Young Dro – maintains that patrons watch the show from their vehicles. Food trucks, clothing vendors and games will also be on site.

Tickets for the July 4 event are $50 per person; early bird parking tickets can also be purchased for $50 per vehicle or $100 for front-row parking.

For more information, visit https://www.theparkinglotconcert.com/.

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Melissa Ruggieri

Melissa Ruggieri

Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff writer Melissa Ruggieri covers music and entertainment news for the AJC. She remembers when MTV was awesome.  

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