Atlanta artists from several genres of music came home for the holidays to put on a concert few will forget. Holiday Inn, Holiday Inn Express, and Coca-Cola hosted the Marquee Moments Home for the Holidays Concert on Dec. 5, 2019.
Selling out the entire Coca-Cola Roxy in Atlanta, music artists such as Arrested Development, Clay Cook, Caylee Hammack, Big Boi, Indigo Girls, En Vogue, and 2 Chainz blazed the stage.
Arrested Development opened up the show with a performance of their song, “People Everyday,” that had the entire crowd dancing and singing along.
Bringing the crowd some of his biggest hits, along with music from his former group OutKast, Big Boi had the crowd jumping with his songs “Kryptonite” and “The Way You Move.” After exiting the stage, Big Boi came back to rap his verse from the UGK hit featuring OutKast, “Int’l Players Anthem.”
En Vogue hit the stage reminding fans that they can still hit every note to their songs and every move in their choreography. As the crowd sang along with them, they performed their songs “Don’t Let Go” and “Hold On.”
The crowds most anticipated artist, 2 Chainz, hit the stage performing his songs “I’m Different” and “Watch Out.” To close out his set, he brought out one of his newest artists, Sleepy Rose. When his set ended, 2 Chainz and the crowd felt that they deserved more than the three songs that his time allowed. So, for his last song, 2 Chainz turned up for the birthday girls at the concert as he performed his song, “Birthday Song.”
For the concert’s grand finale, all of the artists who performed, with the exception of Big Boi and 2 Chainz, came back on stage. Together, they sang Stevie Wonder’s “What Christmas Means to Me.”