Well what do you know, it looks like it’s going to be a beautiful Thursday here in Atlanta! For the first time in what feels like weeks we’ve got clear skies instead of buckets of rain. So why don’t you capitalize on those good vibes and catch an awesome show tonight? We’ve got a stacked lineup for you – check it out below!
Superchunk @ Terminal West
These pogo-punk veterans have been churning out quality records for the better part of the past two decades. Needless to say, Superchunk’s been around the block. But by no means are they slowing down. Fresh off the release of their tenth studio release, I Hate Music, they’re still going strong. This is a show you don’t want to miss. Catch these stellar folks tonight, you won’t regret it! (Also bring some earplugs)
Villain Family w/Lily & The Tigers & Cicada Rhythm @ The Earl
Atlanta natives steeped in southern gospel and good ole rock n’ roll, Villain Family can bring down the house. Each of the six members brings a diverse and rich element to the table. Be it classical training or experimental improvisations Villain Family have some tricks up their sleeve. We double dog dare you to try and keep from dancing at this show (trust us, it’s impossible).
Copious Jones @ Smithe’s Olde Bar
Copious Jones combines genres as diverse as progressive rock and funk in a mind-bending yet totally ear-pleasing way. Featuring a strong singer/songwriter at its core, this six piece band will blow you away. With African, Latin, and even electronic influences this melting pot of music is pretty unforgettable.
Micah Dalton w/Humming House and the Skiperdees @ Eddie’s Attic
Micah Dalton’s self described brand of “alt. soul” juxtaposes funk, soul, and blues in a completely catchy and enchanting way. His skillfulness as a performer and excitement for music are apparent in his captivating and energetic live shows. Catch this up and coming act at an intimate venue while you can!
Check out our interview with Micah Dalton: here!
Doors are at 6:30 PM, TIX are $10 adv/$14 door
Tables with 4 reserved seats are $50
Tables with 4 reserved seats and 4 meal combos are $110
How to Love Challenging People w/Jan Silvious @ Mill Town Music Hall
As a life coach, speaker, and author Jan Silvious has been helping women to live life fully and to reach an intelligent attitude towards life for 25 years. Jan has written 11 novels over the course of her career including Big Girls Don’t Whine and Fool Proofing Your Life. Tonight’s event will feature readings and highlights from the latter. If you’re looking for some wisdom and insight, look no further!
Thriftworks @ 529
Berkeley, California based electronic producer Thriftworks offers up his own fresh, outsider style weaving eclectic samples and explosive modern bass that takes the art of beat-crafting to new heights. His latest album, Rainmaker, is full of throbbing, deep low-end, and wall-to-wall synths that translate into an intense live show, leaving audiences begging for more.
Bruno Mars w/Fitz & The Tantrums @ Philips Arena
“Treasure” is one of the biggest songs of the year. Every time its on the radio (which is basically all the time) we can’t help but break out in dance and belt out the lyrics along with Bruno Mars. His latest record, Unorthodox Jukebox, is an irresistible throwback to soul and disco. Plus the always-fun/soulful Fitz & The Tantrums will be opening for Bruno! This is a pairing that’s sure to get you out of your seat.
Check out our awesome interview with Fitz and the Tantrums: here!
Backstreet Boys w/DJ Pauly D & Jesse McCartney @ Chastain Park Amphitheater
That’s right, they’re back. The “In a World Like This” Tour will touch down in Atlanta tonight featuring the Backstreet Boys, DJ Pauly D and Jesse McCartney. Talk about a hot ticket! Needless to say we’re really excited about this one.