Summer is on our minds and we’re itchin’ to get outside and listen to some great music with a cold beer in hand. If you’re looking to fill your plate with a ton of awesome local Atlanta artists then Tunes from the Tombs is right up your alley. This festival kicks off at 1PM on Saturday in Historic Oakland Cemetery; pretty much the coolest location ever for a concert! Our ears..and eyes are also on Dawes at The Buckhead Theatre, The Front Bottoms at Drunken Unicorn, and World Classic Rockers (featuring original members of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Boston, Steppenwolf, Journey and Santana) at Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater! Get out and listen to some music this weekend. It’s the blood in our veins!
Be sure to check out the complete list here!
Friday, June 7th – Dawes at The Buckhead Theatre
Slide guitarist and singer-songwriter Eric Sardinas is known for his intense live shows so it’d be best not to miss his performance at Smiths Olde Bar. If you like blues rock, this show’s for you!
Saturday, June 8th – Tunes from the Tombs at Oakland Cemetery
Come out to the Historic Oakland Cemetery for a day full of live music. Check out Blair Crimmins and the Hookers, Caroline and the Ramblers and more!
The Front Bottoms claim to have come into their own on new album, Talon of the Hawk. See for yourself when the quirky, emotional band hits The Drunken Unicorn stage this Friday!
Saturday, June 8th – World Classic Rockers at Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater
Members of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Boston, Steppenwolf, Journey and Santana hit the stage together to perform classic material. Come relive the glory days!
Saturday, June 8th – The Gathering at Wolf Creek Amphitheater
Danish punk band Iceage released their acclaimed sophomore album not too long ago and they’re touring the US with Lower. Don’t miss what’s sure to be an intense, unforgettable show!
Sunday, June 9th – The Tallest Man on Earth at Variety Playhouse