Funk Fest Atlanta returned to Wolf Creek Ampitheatre with a jam packed lineup that filled up the weekend from August 18th to the 19th. The weather was beautiful as the ladies kicked off the weekend's activity on Friday with Sunshine Anderson, Keke Wyatt, Marsha Ambrosius, and Ella Mai. Marsha Ambrosius filled in for Jazmine Sullivan, who had to cancel because of the untimely death of her mother. Thoughts and prayers were there for Jazmine as each artist gave their condolences to her on stage.
Even though the weather was hotter on Saturday, the performers brought the heat that day starting with Tela. Bad Boy Crooner Carl Thomas followed with all his hits including "Summer Rain", "Emotional" and "I Wish". Juvenile got the crowd amped up with the party starter anthem "Back That Azz Up".
Checkout Juvenile getting it in here!!
R & B Legend Keith Sweat followed up with all of his classics and he let the ladies know he don't mind begging on the mic. His set was energetic as he bellowed out one hit after another.
Checkout some of Keith Sweat's performance here!!
Celebs like Kandi Burress, Mama Dee, Soul for Real, Jagged Edge and many more mingled in the Funk Fest Backstage Lounge Experience provided by Blvck Spades, Naud Spirits by Jeezy and Pierre Naud, Buffalo Wild Wings, and more. The Funk Fest Concert Series was brought to light by concert promoter Leo Bennett, an alumni of FAMU. Its been one of the longest-running R&B concert tour in the United States, showcasing musical heavyweights such as Outkast, BabyFace, Jodeci, New Edition, Salt-n-Pepa, 8 Ball & MJG, Cameo, Lauryn Hill, Mary J. Blige, Charlie Wilson, Eryka Badu, Rick Ross and a host of others.
Trapstar Jeezy closed out the show with all of his street hits from "Put On" to "Soul Survivor"
Checkout some of "Jeezy" performance here!!
Checkout the gallery of the performers courtesy of Carl Agard