Happy Almost-Weekend y’all! We hope you are all alright after those scary storms last night. Looks like the majority of us were unaffected, but we encourage you to donate or help how they can when it comes to our neighbors, whether they be in Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina or anywhere. Give what you can folks!
And speaking of charity, the wonderful 500 Songs for Kids kicks off tonight and will last 10 long, rocking and rolling nights, and we heartily recommend that you make it out to at least one night and fork over loads of cash to these people. Charity makes you feel good, so do it often and with vigor!
Thursday, April 28 – 500 Songs for Kids First Night
Atlanta’s favorite 10-night charity concert extravaganza is back! The first night kicks off with Lindsay Rakers Band, Six Shot Revival, Thomas Tillman and many more playing their inspired covers of The Greatest Feel Good Songs of All Time upstairs while downstairs The Well Reds, Tall Bear and AM83 play special sets, all to benefit the amazing Songs for Kids Foundation.
Thursday, April 28 – Mike Herrera at Drunken Unicorn
Pop punk hero Mike Herrera leaves his bands MxPx and Tumbledown behind for a solo tour with Gasoline Heart.
Thursday, April 28 – The District Attorneys and Trances Arc at The EARL
We’re liking this local pairing: Both uplifting though in very different ways. The District Attorneys with their power-pop-meets-Americana and Trances Arc with their stadium-ready rock.
Thursday, April 28 – Peter Bjorn and John at Masquerade
The Swedish trio return to the states with a new album, Gimme Some, in hand. With a mix of their tried-and-true indie pop and slightly darker tunes, PB&J are ready to charm American audiences again.
Friday, April 29 – Adron at The EARL
Catch the charming coos of bird-voiced local Adron when she shares the stage with the trippy sounds of Mathis Hunter and the Rinse.
Friday, April 29 – Lucinda Williams at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
Grammy Award-winning Americana queen Lucinda Williams comes to Atlanta on Friday.
Saturday, April 30 – Kenny G at Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater
The world-famous saxophonist Kenny G kicks off Peachtree City’s Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater’s summer concert series.
Saturday, April 30 – Southern Culture on the Skids at Star Bar
North Carolina psychobilly favorites Southern Culture on the Skids will be joined by Ghost Riders Car Club at Star Bar on Saturday night.
Maze featuring Frankie Beverly at Chastain Park Amphitheatre, June 17 – on sale Saturday, April 30 at 10 a.m.
Otep at Masquerade, June 23 – on sale Friday, April 29 at 10 a.m.
The Gourds at Smith’s Olde Bar, July 14 – on sale Friday, April 29
Kings of Leon at Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood, July 27 – on sale Saturday, April 30 at 10 a.m.
Rascal Flatts With Sara Evans, Easton Corbin and Justin Moore at Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood, July 28 – on sale Saturday, April 30 at 10 a.m.