Creed, Nas, Oasis, Sevendust, and Our Lady Peace are among the artists set to converge on Atlanta from May 5-7 for the seventh annual Music Midtown festival, an event being staged on a 35-acre site in the heart of the city.Other performers slated to grace one of Music Midtown's nine stages include: Collective Soul, the Allman Brothers Band, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Arrested Development's Speech, Ratdog, Stroke 9, Me'Shell N'degeocello, moe., Cracker, Travis, Susan Tedeschi, Guster, Macha, Southern Culture On The Skids, Owsley, and Splender. More than 100 local, national, and international artists will be on hand for Music Midtown 2000, with more headlining acts being added to the line-up in the coming weeks. Tickets for the Music Midtown festival will go on sale via Ticketmaster beginning on Friday, March 24, with a one-day ticket fetching $25, while a festival-long pass will be priced at just $30. For more information and a complete list of all the
artists set to play Music Midtown, check out the event's official Web site at www.musicmidtown.com.