TomorrowWorld 2014 boasts Atlanta rappers as well as EDM stars

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The TomorrowWorld arch bearing the mantra of the event. Photo: Melissa Ruggieri/AJC
The TomorrowWorld main stage was still breathing fire on Sunday. Photo: Melissa Ruggieri/AJC

The TomorrowWorld main stage was still breathing fire on Sunday.
Photo: Melissa Ruggieri/AJC

Saturday night at TomorrowWorld enticed several prominent members of Atlanta’s rap community to come out an play.

2 Chainz joined Diplo, Waka Flocka Flame hung with good friend Steve Aoki and Ludacris and Jermaine Dupri were among the tens of thousands in the crowd.

On Sunday afternoon, Atlanta’s Migos joined DJ Carnage — the two acts teamed for “Bricks” this summer — on the colossal main stage at the heart of the EDM festival in Chattahoochee Hills.

Before the three-day event prepared for its main stage finale with Martin Garrix, David Guetta and Kaskade, W&W whipped the crowd into a bobbing frenzy with mixes of Armin Van Buuren’s “This is What it Feels Like,” Coldplay’s “Sky Full of Stars” and “Waves,” a collaboration with Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike that served as the official anthem of this year’s European parent festival, TomorrowLand.

Sunday also welcomed the first ATL Liquified stage, a smaller area with a small pool in front that showcased the bass sounds of Mantis, as well as Midnite Panda, Popeska, Heroes X Villains and more.

Here’s a look at some of the Sunday action. Check out our gallery for more scenes from the weekend.

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