Early arrivers to Saturday’s Fool’s Gold DAY OFF were able to mill around the Georgia Freight Depot and take in some of the festival’s eclectic offerings, including the Toyota Music Lab and #StandAgainstHate installation (pictured below), as well as on-site barbers and beauticians (pictured above).
Atlanta-bred songstress Yung Baby Tate, fresh off her new single “Bob,” brought her wavy vibes to the Spinrilla House.
Smino has been on the come-up for a minute now and that buzz earned the St. Louis rapper a slot on Fool’s Gold’s vaunted main stage.
Hoodrich Pablo Juan doing his thing.
The many faces of Fool’s Gold DAY OFF.
Project Pat dropped the bass and got the booties moving.
The People’s Champ, aka Pastor Troy, stopped by to rock the mic and prove to any usurpers that his title was still firmly in hand.
Lil Wop 17 and Lil Xan combining for a little Xanarchy.
More people, more fans, more faces of Fool’s Gold DAY OFF.
Atlanta singer Zoyla came through to enjoy the festivities.
Fool’s Gold co-founder A-Trak feeling the vibes on the main stage.
It was a strong showing for ATL’s own Kap G who made his way down into the crowd for a portion of his set.
Rapper and producer Sonny Digital dug deep into his bag of tricks, choosing liberally from his arsenal of beats at Spinrilla House.
Kodie Shane was feeling the hometown love and gave it back tenfold with a fierce and energetic performance.
Richie Homie Quan came out to a horde of roaring fans and the ATL phenom didn’t disappoint, hitting hard with banger after banger.