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Shaky Beats returns May 11-13

Dance to Marshmello, Ludacris, Zedd, Playboi Carti, and more

Marshmello Press Photo
Photo credit: Courtesy Circle Talent Agency
MARSHMELLO SUMMER: DJ/producer Marshmello plays Shaky Beats May 11-13.

Slide on your wristbands, grab your glow sticks, and get ready to jump at Atlanta’s annual EDM rave May 11-13 at Central Park. The Shaky Beats Music Festival is back for a third year with a lineup featuring Marshmello, Ludacris, Zedd, Playboi Carti, and Louis the Child. During its three-day residency at Central Park, Shaky Beats will also feature Kygo, Excision, Dillon Francis, Seven Lions, and more than 40 other artists across four stages. There are also plenty of food vendors such as Bento Bus, Nectar, Tex’s Tacos, and King of Pops that will satisfy your appetite when you need a break from standing and shouting. If you just can’t get enough of the groove, six of the musicians from the festival will be performing Late Night Shows on Friday and Saturday at various venues across the city. Catch Herobust at Terminal West on May 11, and Borgore at the Masquerade (Heaven) as well as San Holo at Masquerade (Hell) on May 12.

Single day tickets are $95 + fees. Three-day passes are $179 + fees.

Central Park is located at 400 Merritts Ave NE, right near the intersection of North Ave. and Central Park Place. Take MARTA to avoid the traffic and parking CF.

 



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