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More Than a Music Festival: Cool, Creative Things to Do at A3C '17

Marisa Richard
Posted by Marisa Richard on Sep 22


As music lovers, we know you look forward to A3C’s widely known Hip-Hop stage presenting a mix of fresh, emerging talent and the OG legends, but there’s more to the experience than parties, performances and showcases. We have the perfect events where you can literally laugh out loud, get interactive, upgrade your brand and more. Hit these spots for a well-rounded A3C weekend experience.

What’s your first stop Friday morning? The Creator Complex, held at Georgia State University’s Creative Media Industries Institute. The Creator Complex is the perfect come-up for an independent artist/producer or journalist. You’ll have anywhere between 10 minutes and one hour to collab with creative professionals and produce tangible assets to boost your brand. Spend the day getting professional headshots, a logo and branding design consultations, access to make, mix and master beats, a professionally written bio and even build a website around your brand. The best part is... it’s free! All you need is a conference pass for all of this and more to be at your fingertips.

After wrapping up at Creator Complex and swooning over your new dope branding material, you can look forward to a night of laughs during A3C’s Comedy Night at Delightful Eatz. It’s a two-hour lineup including ATL’s very own comics who are well on their way to comic super stardom and guaranteed to make your stomach hurt. Catch Mike Rowland, Dan Weeks, Cherith Fuller, Mandal, Fray Forde, Dedrick Flynn and Wellington Ojukwu as they hit the stage with that comedic fire. 

Now, the comedy show had you out late and you have a full day planned for Saturday but you gotta eat, right?  We got you covered. Issa “brunch of champions,” and also the best-curated brunch you’ll experience. Held at Delightful Eatz, Eggs Over Brunch pairs good food with dope music themed around a region, time period or artist, and is a recipe for a lituation and the perfect way to start a poppin’ A3C Saturday.

After you’ve checked out A-Trak and DJ Drama, sliding through Trakhouse at Delightful Eatz is a must. It’s a fusion of simultaneous sessions made up of panels, live interviews, interactive workshops and game shows where artists and producers can be both seen and heard. Plus iStandard brings its world famous producer show and iWrite songwriter showcase to A3C. Stop by to create dope experiences and vibe with other creatives

 All of the above events are accessible with your A3C, Festival or Executive Pass. Don’t have a pass yet? Get yours while supplies last!

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Marisa Richard

Written by Marisa Richard

Marisa is a freelance multi-media and digital journalist from Houston, Tx., covering music, entertainment and pop culture.

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