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August 6, 2021

On the in with Outkast

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With Hey Ya! Ms Jackson, B.O.B. – Rosa Parks… so many monster hits, heading up the list of awesome first-day gigs at Splendour 2014 is Outkast.

With 25 million albums sold globally, two albums enshrined in Rolling Stone magazine’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time list and celebrating 20 years of making music, Outkast are one of the most successful hip-hop groups of all time. It is impossible to quantify the creative impact and influence of this six-time Grammy-award-winning rap duo.

With successful solo albums, blockbuster films and award-winning fashion lines, together and individually, these Atlanta natives continue to raise the bar for originality and creativity.

Get ready to claim your space in the Amphitheatre (100 per cent FOMO guaranteed if you’re not in there!) and shake it like a Polaroid picture with Outkast at Splendour 2014.

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