There’s lots to choose from this weekend but it’s hard to go wrong! If you want to spend the evening surrounded by nature, The Carolina Chocolate Drops hit the Atlanta Botanical Garden on Friday. Is an amphitheater show more your speed? Toad the Wet Sprocket is playing the Frederick Brown Jr. Ampitheater this Saturday! Finally if you’d rather reminisce with some ’80s and ’90s R&B and hip-hop, Old School Saturday is taking over the Hyatt Regency.
Check out our complete list of weekend picks below!
Friday, July 12th – The Carolina Chocolate Drops at Atlanta Botanical Garden
The Carolina Chocolate Drops take old-time music, like spirituals and early jazz, and give them a modern twist. They’re the perfect band for hanging out in the garden this Friday!
Check out our interview with Keller Williams– opening for the Carolina Chocolate Drops!
Friday, July 12th – Anberlin at The Loft
Anberlin is bringing their Summer Acoustic Tour to The Loft! Expect to hear songs both new and old!
Friday, July 12th – The Spring Standards at Smiths Olde Bar
The Spring Standards are a trio of harmony-minded songwriters. If you enjoy meticulously crafted songs, this show is for you!
Friday, July 12th – America’s Most Wanted Tour at Aaron’s Amphitheatre
Lil Wayne is bringing the America’s Most Wanted Tour to Atlanta! The show features T.I., Tyga, Hit-Boy and more so don’t miss out!
Friday July 12th & Saturday, July 13th – Blair Crimmins & The Hookers at The EARL
Blair Crimmins & The Hookers are a group of locals that take inspiration from early New Orleans jazz and ragtime. They’re playing two nights at The EARL so there’s not excuse to miss them! Grab a two-day pass or individual tickets below!
Saturday, July 13th – Toad the Wet Sprocket at Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater
Relive the ’90s with Toad the Wet Sprocket this Saturday! You’re sure to hear your old favorites.
See what Toad the Wet Sprocket has been up to in this awesome interview!
Saturday, July 13th – Old School Saturday at the Hyatt Regency
Come out to OSS this Saturday for a night full of reminiscing. As always, the events revolve around ’80s and ’90s R&B/hip-hop!
Saturday, July 13th – The Maine at The Loft
See why The Maine’s newest album is the best one yet!
Catch The Maine on tour supporting their fourth studio album, Forever Halloween!
Sunday, July 14th – Coy Bowles & John Driskell Hopkins at Legacy Gazebo Amphitheater
Head over to the Kennesaw State University campus to catch Coy Bowles and John Driskell Hopkins, guitarist and bassist for Zac Brown Band respectively, play a mix of rock, soul, blues and country!