Q: What does A3C stand for?
A: “All 3 Coasts”. Get it? East Coast, West Coast, Gulf Coast.
Q: What is A3C?
A: A3C [All 3 Coasts] is one of the largest hip-hop festivals in the US and takes place annually in Atlanta, GA.
Q: What is the history of A3C?
A: Now in its 9th year, A3C has grown from a local hip-hop showcase to an international festival, and incomparable cultural experience.
Q: How do I Perform?
A: Submissions are closed for 2013.
Q: Where is the festival located?
A: A3C takes place over 5 days in October, at dozens of venues centrally located throughout three closely connected, high traffic, cultural hubs in Atlanta: Old 4thWard, Little 5 Points and East Atlanta Village.
Here is the full list of venues via google maps: https://mapsengine.google.com/map/u/0/viewer?mid=zOEFaDP-ublY.kHJIimneyIa4
Q: Where can I stay in ATL
A: Visit the Travel link for more info on discount hotel rates at the Melia Hotel Atlanta.
Q: Where can I buy my pass?
A: It’s best to buy your pass online and early. An early bird pass goes for $33. You can also buy a pass at the gate on the day of the festival for $75. Buy a pass today.
Q: How can I get around to different venues?
A: We have 2 different A3C shuttle routes moving you around to different parts of A3C. The routes and times are below:
Q: Can I purchase a nightly pass instead of a multi-day pass?
A: Yes. Nightly wristbands are available on site and allow access to all shows for that night.
Q: Is A3C all-ages?
A: Yes, A3C is an all-ages event, although certain venues have their own age restrictions. Please make sure to check with individual venues if there’s a particular show you’d like to see.
Q: Can I get media access?
A: Yes, but, because of capacity issues we have a limited number of media passes. If you would like to make sure that your outlet get’s media access, you can become a media partner. Learn more.