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Freaknik Festival Returns To Atlanta After 2 Decades Away:

Freaknik Festival Returns To Atlanta After 2 Decades Away:

Freaknik Festival Returns To Atlanta After 2 Decades Away:

And just like that, it was once again in the mid-90s. Freaknik's previous annual spring break festival, which ran in Atlanta from 1983 to 1999, is back.

In 2019, twenty years after authorities and local officials shut down a widely popular cultural event, it was revived. According to modern festival Instagram, they have raised the question:\

"Are you a FREAK?", Which means "fearlessly disturbing and embracing the culture of Atlanta?"

The festival did not take place in 2020, despite Atlanta not fully implementing last year's quarantine. 

However, in the 2021 homecoming season, Freaknik is fully effective. 

In a statement, the team stated that: 

"it's been a VERY TOUGH 12+ months [...] Like many of you, we are INCREDIBLY excited with the progress we have made, as a country, against this pandemic, and that the world is opening back up! With this progress, we are EXCITED to announce that the City of #Atlanta have approved outdoor events and FreakNik 2021 will happen in October of this year!"

This year's festivities will only be for 18+ crowds from October 8-10 at Morris Brown College. Atlanta Journal - According to the Constitution reports, this year's lineup includes Adina Howard, Project Pete, Lil Scrappy, Ray J, Paul Wall, 95 South, DJ Unk, Field Mob, and more.

Tickets are on sale at 9 a.m. ET on Monday through freaknikfest.com, and organizers have promised that prices will be "much cheaper" than in 2019.

There will also be an option to stream the festival via omnisplayer.com.

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