Every Sunday starting June 2: Chaka Khan Hacienda — DJ Ree de la Vega’s off-the-wall disco/house/reggae- fueled day party, Chaka Khan Hacienda, kicks off its 2019 summer stint. Expect the usual funky sounds from some of the city’s best turntable jocks, along with tasty rotating food pop-ups and vendors selling dope gear and merch. Free. 5 p.m. 8arm, 710 Ponce De Leon Avenue NE. http://www.instagram.com/chakakhanhacienda.
The Mo Audio crew examines the biggest soul/hip-hop festivals in Atlanta this year — House in the Park, ONE Musicfest, A3C + more. Plus: Music by Julie Dexter, Khari Simmons + beyond.
Summer in Atlanta is known by many local denizens as an action-packed time of myriad dope cultural happenings — especially of the soul music variety — and, scanning the tons of activities on tap from now until the fall (and beyond), this year is proving to be no different. To help you navigate these hot weather months, Slo*Mo, via our annual Summer of Soul special, is serving up our picks for the biggest and best stuff to do. (Oh, and check our picks for top local summer tunes, too.) So be sure to take a look, take note and then take your boo-tay to some of these choice events.
A ton of stuff’s happening in Atlanta this summer; of course, not all of it is worth your time or your cash — especially if you’re a lover of soul music and culture. So, yo, to help you navigate the next few months, the super-dope crew at Slo*Mo has curated a list of the season’s best events (we’re talking concerts, art exhibitions and more). Check it out:
Check it out: The September 2014 issue of Slo*Mo Magazine … which also marks one year of publication for our soul/music/culture periodical!
To get your hands on the latest edition — featuring info on ONE MusicFest, Felabration, Tambor and more of fall’s top events — pay a visit to several Atlanta retail shops or download a digital version of the magazine right here: Slo*Mo Vol. 2, No. 1