Juntinth in Atlanta just got an extra charge of big power!
Reveals annoying lineup for glow up
Not to be outdone, the sub-brand of Refinery29, for and by Black Fox, has just announced the talent line-up that will appear at their first live-ticketed event, The Glow Up – touching Atlanta for two days to celebrate their 5th anniversary. Yes, just in time for Juntinth.
The Glow Up will highlight a mix of major local Atlanta talent and Unbouard’s favorite leading black voices, including Latto, Cleotrapa, Lala Milan, Coco Jones, Baby Tate, Pap Chanel, Young BBQ, Cash Pies, Kali, MKXyz, Khaden + Devel. Alice, Ronne Brown, Aja Thornton, Courtney Grace, Sabrina Brazil and many more. A full and detailed list of programming will be announced before the event.
The activities of the Glow Up guests will be used in a nutritious menu of the workshop, and unnecessary, the opportunity to connect with each other and themselves. The Glow Up will culminate in a specially curated musical performance each evening – Saturday 18 June, Coco Jones, MK XYZ, India Shawn, Kali Pap Channel, and Cash Page will all perform ‘Next Up Stage’ and Sunday 19 June, Atlanta Headliner Latto will close the two-day celebration for the final juntinth with an opening performance by viral up-and-coming rapper Cleotrapa.
“The disobedient team has been dreaming of ‘The Glow Up’ for quite some time and I am thrilled to finally be able to bring this experience to life in Atlanta, an essential cultural connection for our community,” said Chelsea Sanders, VP, of the multicultural brand Refinery 29 Strategy and development for Somos.
“Focusing on uniting our audience with everything they like about Unboard, we’re working with some of our favorite Black Voices, partners and friends to connect and create moments of conversation with our participants. During the Juventus Weekend, a historically black moment for the communion and community, we are pulling the stops to bring to life the unparalleled vibe of Unbordard Digital – the first time IRL is celebrating its 5th anniversary and how we know: Together! “
Will feature various dedicated zones including The Glow Up Uosah PavilionWhich will serve as the main programming hub for the assortment of live sessions – a live game from the #ManiPedi talk with the one and only Baby Tate and the live-tapping of Unbothered’s award-winning ‘Go Off, Sis’ podcast with the smiling Lala Milan. Dear, black love Find your center with Khaden + Devalle Alice and a CBD-linked sound bath.
Sure to be another mainstay of the event The Glow and RollA central outdoor roller rink where participants will have the opportunity to move around while enjoying live DJ sets, musical performances and skating demos from Atlanta’s largest skating crew and entertainers like YungBBQ.
The Glow Up will also include a dedicated creator space run by a new Vanguard of Black Creators with a podcast recording booth, a headshot and photography studio, and works by leaders such as Coco Jones, Aja Thornton, Courtney Grace and Sabrina Brazil.
Those who want to open their shop can stop My Coin MarketplaceA retail marketplace that spotlights local black-owned shops, vendors, products and entrepreneurs across beauty, wellness, fashion and home.
If eating is on your agenda, don’t forget to stop at The Phil Your Plate Food Court, a food court featuring Atlanta’s most delicious black-owned treats, as well as dedicated games and entertainment tables for your best spades, Uno and all cookout game throws. .
Open on June 18 and 19 from 1PM to 9PM, The Glow Up will be held at 787 Windsor in Atlanta Center.
Both one-day and two-day tickets are now available on Unbothered.live, starting at $ 60.
VIP tickets will include (2) drink tickets, access to premium lounges, a curated swag bag and more.
Please visit Unbothered.live or follow সামাজিক r29Unbothered on social for more information and updates on programming, collaborators and more.
As Refinery29’s leading engagement channel, Unbothered has been dedicated to spotlighting subtle stories about the Black experience since its inception – The Glow Up is a direct reflection of the brand’s huge growth to mark its 5th anniversary later this year. Launched in 2017, Unbordard Hall is a testament to the entrepreneurship of its black employees, who started sub-brands to better represent themselves internally and in the media.