House in the Park 2016

Filed in Events by on August 24, 2016

House in the Park 2016 will be held on Sunday, September 4, 2016 from noon to 8pm in Grant Park. Don’t try to be fashionably late, or you won’t get the best picnic spot! Each year the crowd grows bigger and arrives earlier to claim a grill and the best vantage point of the main action of the day – near the pavilion.

House in the Park 2016 is a musical exploration of the soul and a vision to see House Music become a unifying movement, transcending every strata of society- ethnic identification, race classification, age and lifestyle. DJ Ramon “Rawsoul” Guyton, the visionary behind Rawsoul Entertainment, and Kai Alce, the man behind record label NDATL, launched House in the Park™ in 2005, as a gift to the city and the community that supports the monthly music-social offering “The Gathering.”

House in the Park 2016 adds much needed variety to the Atlanta music scene and features a range of House Music’s emerging local, regional, and international talents. DJ Ramon Rawsoul orchestrates this effort simply for the joy of bringing his favorite music genre to life in a tangible, meaningful way.

You can bring and erect tents, BUT they cannot be larger than 10×10. Tents cannot be secured with spikes, stakes or pins in the ground. If you have a large group, claim your space and set more than one side by side or purchase one or more of their premium spaces which include tent, table, chairs and can be upgraded to include a cooler with select beverages!

You can also bring grills. However, due to the size of our event and the city’s municipal code, you are only allowed to bring propane grills. Please be considerate of the Park. In previous years, they had quite a few renegade folks abandon grills and smoldering coals in the park.

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