The new event will happen over two days at a secret location.
Project B., a local crew that's been throwing parties since 2012, is hosting the event alongside the Heineken beer company. It's billed as "Atlanta's first festival for underground music," with a focus "on the connection and bond between the artists and the community," and it's set to take place, rain or shine, at a secret venue with an outdoor stage. Location details won't be revealed until the day of.
The Saturday session, running from noon to 3 AM, has All Day I Dream associate Matthew Dekay headlining, with LA duo Dance Spirit (playing live), LUM from Tulum, and Seattle's Kinjo also flying in for the occasion. Radio Slave, Livio & Roby and Kai Alce top the bill for Sunday's proceedings, running from 2 PM to midnight. Along with NDATL Muzik boss Alce, a handful of locals will also play across the weekend, including Project B. residents Zeek, Bobi Stevkovski, Adam Hagen and Christian Chotro.
Check out a preview video for the weekend over on Facebook.
Tickets to ZEMYA Fest are available on RA.