“House in the Park is an annual music festival bringing together innovative musicians, DJs, and a diverse audience in a beautiful outdoor park space since 2005. HITP provides a family-oriented atmosphere, and is known throughout the Southeast as the “MUST-attend-event” for avid fans of deep house-music, Afrobeat and soul classics, and attracts over 1,000 people. HITP is held the Sunday before Labor Day, from noon to 8pm in an Atlanta park and is open to the public.”
That’s the statement on their website. I had heard about the event earlier this year; a lot of my friends had attend the last one and could not stop talking about it. It was held at the same location (Perkerson Park in the metro Atlanta area) as an event we attended earlier this year, the Stone Soul Picnic. The lush green canopy of trees was the perfect location for this extraordinary event. The crowd was HUGE and festive. The music’s beat was thumping and the dance floor stayed full then entire time I was there. My meager captures do not do it justice.
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