Author: Joycelynn Okezie
On the eve of Wednesday August 31st, The Lo’ Kids left an unforgettable mark in the city of Atlanta.
The Anti-Venue Tour began July 2015 in Buffalo, NY, since then HLV set a blaze across the U.S.
A-town was easily one of the most anticipated tour stops due to the buzzing market for indie artists.
As a partner on the tour, I’m proud to say that “The Warehouse” on 258 Auburn Avenue was packed-out last Wednesday.
The crowd filled up with music lovers, record label executives, artist managers, and fans from all walks of life who came out to enjoy the show.
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If anything, I would put a tab on all artists on the roster. I wouldn’t sleep. The indie market is brewing, making noise, and is soon becoming a force to be reckoned with.
Performers such as Hitch Burney, Tommy Swisher, Maui Max, and Friendly Mafia ended the show on a great tip and left the crowd yearning for more.
The Anti-Venue tour is a phenomenal effort. It spotlights artists that certain ears may never come across.
It’s truly a platform that is changing the game and music industry for the better.
Haute La Vie is filled with a great hard-working staff who made sure the event went smoothly.
Check out when Anti-Venue will pop up in a City near you: hlv2166.com