Join artists from around Atlanta for #ActivateATL!
A Concert to Celebrate the Power of Artists to Determine the Future of Atlanta.
August 5, 2017 at the Masquerade
Featuring Speakers Rep. David Dreyer and Nse Ufot of the New Georgia Project.
We invite you to join our arts and culture workers for #ActivateATL, a concert for Atlanta's creative community to come together and support issues they care about with their votes in the November Mayoral and City Council Elections. We know that artists have their fingers on the pulse of issues in our city, because they are addressing these issues as part of their creative work. Elections at the local level may be decided by hundreds...not millions. Now is a perfect time for cultural workers laboring at the intersection of so many issues to have their voices heard.
Musical guests for the evening are Atlanta locals Little Tybee and Chantae Cann, partners Signs of Solidarity, New Georgia Project, Georgia Artists for Progress and Center for Civic Innovation will be on hand to share voting information about the November election, job duties of those elected to city office, and information about their art and voting projects in Atlanta. Signs of Solidarity will also be registering artists for their upcoming sign project at this event.
#ActivateATL is non-partisan, all ages, and open to the public. Get on the guest list - it's free. One ticket per person, so encourage your friends to get on the guest list, too.
August 5, 2017
Doors at 7:00pm; Show Starts at 8:00pm
Masquerade (Hell), 50 Lower Alabama St. SE, Atlanta, GA 30308
Featuring Little Tybee and Chantae Cann.
Free, but you must register. One ticket per person.