If three’s a crowd, then four’s a party. Example? Atlanta-born rap trifecta Migos will take over State Farm Arena alongside Drake for ATL’s turn at Aubrey & The Three Migos Tour. As one of the first shows to break in the stage at the newly revamped arena (the result of a $192.5 million transformation in partnership with the city of Atlanta), you could say the bar is set pretty high—and considering the back-to-back performances turned into a three-nighter thanks to high demand, it’s safe to assume the 16,000-plus concertgoers will be more than impressed. From Migos’ “Bad and Boujee” and “T-Shirt” to Drake’s “In My Feelings” and “God’s Plan,” you’ll hear—and see—it all. (Just don’t be alarmed when a yellow Ferrari hovers overhead during Drake’s set.) We’re also predicting an afterparty, so keep your eyes peeled, party people. Nov. 16, 17 & 18, 7pm, VIP packages from $424, @statefarmarena; @migos; @champagnepapi
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FOR THE HIGH ROLLERS Go all out with one of the high-end suites featuring Topgolf simulators, HDTVs, lounge seating and killer views into the bowl.
FOR THE MUSIC LOVERS Head to Zac Brown’s Social Club, which offers Southern eats and unique design elements handmade in the country singer’s very own craftsman workshops.
FOR THE SEE-AND-BE-SCENESTERS Hit the Courtside Club, one of the arena’s four premier clubs, to sip and socialize on the hardwood at the Hawk Bar—the first bar of its kind in the NBA.
FOR THE FOODIES Executive chef Joe Schafer, formerly of Bacchanalia, is pleasing palates at the Chefs Club, which boasts a chic setting designed by local architecture firm ai3.
FOR THE SPORTS NUTS Get up-close-and-personal at the Players Club, where you’ll sit behind the bench and sneak a peek into the player tunnel and the postgame press conference area.