Music Midtown weather: Times where festival in Piedmont Park will be rain free
ATLANTA - If you're heading to Music Midtown this weekend you may want to bring an umbrella.
Concertgoers to Piedmont Park this weekend will have to deal with a few showers from time to time but thankfully FOX 5 meteorologist Jeff Hill says it won't be a complete washout.
There will be plenty of hours during the two-day festival where there will be no rain. Temperatures will be rather comfortable with highs near 80 each day and temperatures in the 70s during the evening.
This year's festival is headlined by Maroon 5, Miley Cyrus, Jonas Brothers, 21 Savage and Marshmello. One planned headliner, DaBaby, was removed from the festival after he made crude and homophobic remarks at a Miami-area music festival.
The festival features a lineup of 30 bands and artists across four stages. It's the first edition of the Atlanta-based music festival, which was canceled in 2020 during the pandemic, since 2019.
Jaden Smith performs onstage during 2019 Music Midtown at Piedmont Park on September 15, 2019 in Atlanta. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images)
While Music Midtown has encouraged vaccinations, it will allow concertgoers who are not fully vaccinated to enter the festival with a negative COVID-19 test obtained within three days of first attending Music Midtown. All unvaccinated guests are requested to wear a mask at all times.
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