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Atlanta’s Music Midtown 2022 festival, which was set to feature the likes of Future, 2 Chainz, and Freddie Gibbs, has been canceled due to a Georgia gun law.

According to multiple reports on Monday (August 1), festival organizers pulled the plug on the show due to a Georgia state law that allows residents to carry firearms on public land. The event was supposed to take place at Atlanta’s Piedmont Park on September 17-18.

“Hey Midtown fans — due to circumstances beyond our control, Music Midtown will no longer be taking place this year,” organizers said in a statement on the festival’s official website. “We were looking forward to reuniting in September and hope we can all get back to enjoying the festival together again soon.”

Organizers were going to ensure the safety of its festival-goers by banning firearms from the festival grounds. However, concerns about potential lawsuits from gun rights activists had them thinking otherwise, and it didn’t help that organizers believed artists wouldn’t show up if guns were permitted at the festival.

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Posted on August 4, 2022 by H.A.G Entertainment

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