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Fifth Annual All ATL Show ​to Feature 112 , Jagged Edge , Silk, FABO, the Ying Yang Twins at Wolf C

The annual All ATL Show which usually sells out will return to Wolf Creek Amphitheatre, in Atlanta, GA, on Saturday, July 7, 2018. Grammy-winning quartet, 112 and Grammy nominated group, Jagged Edge will co-headline. They will be joined by the highly celebrated, R&B quintet, Silk​, Grammy nominated duo, Ying Yang Twins, and FABO.

​Tickets sales started today, March 13th at 10am EST!!

Tickets start at $45 and may be purchased by visiting, calling 800-653-8000, or going to the Wolf Creek Amphitheater box office. Attendees can park for free and bring their own food and drinks. About Jagged Edge Since the release of their Gold certified debut album, A Jagged Era, this multi-platinum selling group has remained a fave among music lovers. They continue to take their musical party around the world, through mesmerizing performances, with a playlist that usually includes the up- tempo “Where The Party At,” (smile) which reached #1 on the R&B charts and #3 on the Hot 100. JE has also been featured on film soundtracks including In Too Deep, Bad Company and, Like Mike. Layover, their ninth studio album, was released last year. About 112 The former Bad Boy Records group has shown staying power with celebrated successes in the '90s and early 2000s and their charismatic on-stage presence that makes them a must-add to show line-ups around the world. In the fall of 2017, twelve years after releasing Pleasure & Pain, they released their sixth project, Q Mike Slim Daron. About Silk Popular for baby-making ballads and New Jack Swing favorites, Silk is best known for their 1993 pop hit, “Freak Me.” Other hits include “If You”, “Meeting In My Bedroom”, “Girl U For Me”, “Lose Control”, “Hooked On You” and “Don’t Rush”. Discovered by Keith Sweat over 20 years ago, they continue to enjoy longevity in the industry with seven studio albums, and, consistently, touring the world. About FABO Fabo is an Atlanta born rapper, producer, singer, songwriter, recording artist, philanthropist and entertainer. Fabo is known for both his solo material and his involvement in D4L, and has been made famous by his unique style. As both an MC and producer, he has collaborated with a long and impressive list of artists, including Young Jeezy, Pitbull, Lil Jon, R Kelly, Gucci Mane, Too Short, George Clinton, Trinidad James, Ying Yang Twins, T Pain, 8 Ball and David Banner to name only a few. About Ying Yang Twins Platinum-selling duo, Ying Yang Twins, are an Atlanta based group, most known for crunk music. Named one of Billboard’s Hip Hop’s 20 Most Dynamic Duos, they have delighted fans with hits like "Get Low", "Salt Shaker", "Wait (The Whisper Song)", "Whistle While You Twurk", "Shake" feat. Pitbull, and many more! About the Annual ATL Show, Producer, and Venue ​ As eyes continue to focus on the blooming entertainment activities of the cultural capital of the south and contributions to the musical tapestry by Atlanta-bred artists, this annual show brings several genre-defining artists to one stage, for one night. The All ATL show sold out the first three years and saw a packed show during its fourth, in 2017. Affectionately known as JD, Jeremy Hill, an army veteran. has, successfully, organized shows that music lovers, around the U.S, have flocked to for the past eight years. Serving 20 years in the army has given him the organizational and forward-thinking business skills to strategically implement each event through his adaptive understanding of consumer demand, entertainment industry changes, and the economy – all towards the end-goal of ensuring that attendees have a great time… each time. “I put on these shows so that fans of good music can have a place to go down memory lane with the artists whose music may have been a soundtrack to and/or blueprint for certain areas of their lives." Wolf Creek Amphitheater is a world-class event venue located on a picturesque 435-acred wooded site in South Fulton county.

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