Jonas Brothers rocked their headlining set on the Roxy stage performing some of their biggest hits including “Remember This,” “What A Man Gotta Do,” to throwbacks including “Year 3000” and more. The festival was a stop while the brothers are currently on their “Remember This” tour, which is continuing across the U.S. and wraps at the end of October this year.
Maroon 5 headlined the Verizon stage to close out the first evening with a hits-filled set including “This Love,” “Moves Like Jagger,” “Animals,” and so many more. As light sprinkling hit the crowd, Adam Levine took his shirt off to perform a show-stopping solo in the rain.
AJR also had fans going with their dynamic signature stage presence and performance including their chart topping hit “Bang!”. Machine Gun Kelly took the stage with a Britney Spears shirt in support of the pop icon before he rocked the crowd.
Additionally, 21 Savage, Tierra Whack, LAUV, and many of the other performers brought the positive vibes and good energy to the festival grounds as fans celebrated being back to one of their favorite festivals in the city.
Music Midtown began in 1994 and has always brought the biggest names in music to the ATL and this year is no different, with additional performers including Sunday night headliners Miley Cyrus and Marshmello with additional performances from Megan Thee Stallion, The Black Pumas, Jack Harlow, Yungblud, Bleachers, Dashboard Confessional, Surfaces, Latto, and many, many more.
Music Midtown 2021 is sponsored by Verizon. Produced by Live Nation.