Atlanta Funk Fest 2024 Lineup Announced


The 2024 Atlanta Funk Fest lineup has been revealed.

The two-day festival returns to Wolf Creek Amphitheater in Atlanta, Georgia, on Saturday, Aug. 18, and Sunday, Aug. 19.

This year’s festival will be headlined by The Isley Brothers and Erykah Badu. The legendary R&B group is at the top of Saturday’s bill, with additional performances by Stokley, Donell Jones, Carl Thomas, Jon B, and Case.

Each act will undoubtedly revisit their classic catalog, and some may even perform some of their newer material. Stokley, the lead vocalist of Mint Condition, has two solo albums outside of the group: Introducing Stokley (2017) and Sankofa (2021).

Meanwhile, Jon B. could preview material from his upcoming album, Waiting On YouAs for The Isley Brothers, they could potentially include songs from their 2022 album, Make Me Say It Again, Girl

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The Isley Brothers’ “Make Me Say It Again, Girl” album cover.

Badu, who headlined Orlando Funk Fest, will close out the festival on night two.

Before she graces the stage, hip-hop acts Big Boi, Goodie Mob, and YoungBloodz will perform. According to Atlanta Funk Fest, more acts will be revealed at a later date. 

Tickets for the festival are now available. Tickets range from $50 to $350. 

Last year’s Atlanta Funk Fest was headlined by Jazmine Sullivan and Ella Mai, with additional performances by Keith Sweat, Keke Wyatt, Jeezy, Juvenile, and more.

See the full lineup below.

Atlanta Funk Fest 2024 Lineup

Saturday, Aug. 11
The Isley Brothers
Donell Jones
Carl Thomas
Jon B

Sunday, Aug. 12
Erykah Badu
Big Boi
Goodie Mob

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Atlanta Funk Fest 2024 lineup poster.

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