Whether you are hitting the road or staying in Atlanta, this Memorial Weekend is sure to be busy and fun! Great shows and events Friday through Monday! Shout out to our troops and veterans. We thank you for all that you have done and all that you do for our country!
Friday, May 24- Maps and Atlases with Special Guests at The Earl
On tour promoting their first full length album, Perch Patchwork!
Friday, May 24- New Kingston at the Drunken Unicorn
New Kingston is a young vocalist/instrumentalist Reggae group, that consists of three brothers.
Friday, May 24- Dr. Gordon Vernick directing the 16 piece Big Band with Annie Sellick at Eddie’s Attic
16 of the finest jazz musicians in the Southeast bring you an evening of great Big Band music.
Saturday, May 25 – Bret Michaels at The Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater
Pack your cooler full of your favorite adult beverages and snacks and hit up The Fred for a great rock show with Poison front man.
Saturday, May 25 – Black Box Revelation with The Revels at Vinyl
Black Box Revelation used to open for Jane’s Addiction. Cookout with the bands in front of Centerstage from 6PM-8PM. Doors at 8!
Saturday, May 25 – The Parlotones at Smith’s Olde Bar
South African Rock Band.
Saturday May 25- Gentleman Jesse and His Men at 529
Gentleman Jeese and His Men are touring to promote their latest album, Leaving Atlanta.
Saturday, May 25-26- 24th Annual Decatur Arts Festival
Event is free and open to the public!
Sunday, May 26 – The Teetotallers at Eddie’s Attic
Irish folk and jazz band.
Monday May 27 – Memorial Day Jam 2012 at Heritage Green in Sandy Springs
Tommy Talton, Wet Willie, and Atlanta Rhythm Section play at this outdoor event
Coca Cola Summer Film Festival at the Fox Theater, June 14-July 20.
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GA Music Awards, June 16 –
IDENTITY FESTIVAL 2012 at Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood, August 2 –
Honda Civic Tour presents Linkin Park and Incubus at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park, August 19 –
Phish at Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood, August 28 –
Music Midtown 2012 at Piedmont Park, September 21 and 22 –