Organizers for the 2012 Music Midtown Festival have announced T.I. and Ludacris as participating headliners for their two-day event, to take place on September 21-22 at Piedmont Park in Atlanta, Georgia.
T.I. will be one of the headliners on Saturday, September 21, along with indie rock band The Avett Brothers and the 11-time Grammy Award-winning Foo Fighters.
Ludacris will headline on Sunday, September 22, along with Pearl Jam, mash-up DJ Girl Talk, and Florence + the Machine.
Others acts slated to hit the stage over the course of the festival include Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Van Hunt, Civil Twilight, O’Brother, and LP.
The Music Midtown Festival was first held in 1994 and for the next 11 years, until 2005, when organizers put the festival on a hiatus due to declining attendance and ticket sales. The festival was relaunched last year as a successful one-day concert, and will return this September as a two-day event.
Tickets can be purchased beginning on April 28 at 12PM as part of a limited-time-only “early-bird special” – one-day passes are $55 and two-day passes are $100, and will increase to $65 and $120, respectively. V.I.P. and Super V.I.P. tickets will also be available for purchase.