– STAGES ARE NOT JUST FOR ESPORTS
The DreamHack Main Stage is the center of the entertainment at DreamHack Atlanta. At the Main stage you will find a variety of activities and performances, such live music acts, esports and cosplay. This time we are focusing a lot of energy on the music to make DreamHack Atlanta a true digital festival. We are very happy that Atlanta-based recording artist and rapper Waka Flocka will perform on the Main Stage Friday, July 21 at 9.30 PM EDT
DreamHack’s musical entertainment will begin that evening at 7 PM EDT. (complete lineup to be announced). Concert tickets are included with the cost of the Friday day pass or three-day weekend pass. Day passes for DreamHack are $20; weekend passes are $45. DreamHack Atlanta passes may be purchased here.
Main Stage Schedule
Our events site will be the primary point of up to date information throughout the festival. The full schedule can be found here, prior to the event: event.dreamhack.com. Until then, here is a list of what we have got in store for you so far!
All times are in local time EDT.
10:30 AM – Collegiate Esports: University of Georgia vs. Georgia Tech (League of Legends)
1:00 PM – Collegiate Esports: Georgia Southern vs. Georgia State (League of Legends)
3:30 PM – Collegiate Esports: University of Mississippi vs. Clemson (League of Legends)
7:00 PM – The Glad Scientists (VR DJ)
7:45 PM – DJ Marc B
9:00 PM – DJ Whoo Kid
9:30 PM – Waka Flocka Flame w/ DJ Whoo Kid
10:30 AM – Collegiate Esports: University of Mississippi vs. Clemson (Overwatch)
12:30 PM – Collegiate Esports: UNCC vs. NC State (Overwatch)
2:30 PM – Collegiate Esports: Georgia State vs. University of Georgia (Overwatch)
6:30 PM – Cosplay Contest
8:30 PM – Rocket League (BYOC Finals)
10:30 PM – BYOC Finals (TBD)
10:00 AM – CS:GO (BYOC Finals)
1:00 PM – Overwatch (BYOC Finals)
3:00 PM – StarCraft II Basetrade (BYOC Finals)
About Waka Flocka
Global icon and rapper Waka Flocka rose to prominence in 2009. That year, Waka put rap back on the map, dropping the first volume of his street classic Salute Me or Shoot Me that caught fire with songs, “We On The Way,” “Dreads N Gold” and his breakout single “O Let’s Do it.” Together with Southside and Lex Luger’s thunderous production, Waka has helped revive street raps, and his sound began to explode in the streets and on the airwaves. Following his sudden popularity, hip-hop’s mainstream elite, including T.I., Drake and B.o.B, wanted to collaborate with Waka while he spread his influence to a host of new rappers such as Wooh Da Kid and Frenchie. On Waka and Gucci’s 2011 collaborative effort Ferrari Boyz, and 2012’s Triple F Life: Fans, Friends & Family, Waka’s high energy resulted in his nickname, “Turn Up God.” That style translates into the EDM world Waka fell in the love with while touring in Europe a few years ago.
Want to get the full DreamHack Experience and also see Waka live? Tickets to DreamHack Atlanta are available now, with One Day Tickets starting at $20! Additional details and tickets are available here.
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