Photos By: Hillery Terenzi The Mowgli’s: 2 Chainz: Phoenix: Cake: Jane’s Addiction: Journey:
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Photos By: Hillery Terenzi Review By: Molly Free Even a monsoon sitting over Piedmont Park on Saturday afternoon wasn’t going to stop the thousands of music enthusiasts from hearing some amazing music, at Music Midtown Day 2. After waiting about an hour in line in what seemed the heaviest rain of the day, I marched […]
Ah, the weekend has finally arrived! It feels pretty great right? We’re really looking forward to it. There are so many shows going on around Atlanta! Check out the list below and treat yourself to some solid live music this weekend! Friday, September 20- Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys W/ Caroline & […]
Music Midtown is right around the corner! The festival will be held in Piedmont Park Friday, September 20 through Saturday, September 21. Gates open Friday at 4:00pm and on Saturday at noon. Lineup: Friday: North Mississippi Allstars, Drivin N Cryin, 2 Chainz, The Mowgli’s, Phoenix, Jane’s Addiction, Cake, and Journey. Saturday: Mona, The Neighbourhood, Reignwolf, […]
We have a great prize pack for you for the release of the Arctic Monkeys highly anticipated fifth album, entitled AM! AM was produced by James Ford and co-produced by Ross Orton at Sage & Sound Recording, LA and Rancho De La Luna, Joshua Tree. The album features 11 new songs and the Record Store […]
England’s Arctic Monkeys are scheduled to perform at this year’s Music Midtown and in addition to already playing some new tracks live, the band have released the official video for their new song Do I Wanna Know?
The official 2013 Music Midtown lineup has been announced and man, are we stoked! Music lovers will unite once again on Friday, September 20 and Saturday, September 21, at Piedmont Park to enjoy set after set of killer tunes! Tickets will go on sale THIS Saturday, June 22, at 10 AM through all Ticketmaster outlets. […]
The Stone Roses have released the trailer for their documentary Made Of Stone. The trailer includes footage of Mani’s famous meltdown at Music Midtown in 1995. (see the bottom video at 1:20) The documentary was directed by acclaimed mini-series This Is England director Shane Meadows. Trailer below, footage of Music Midtown below that. For more […]
Still recovering from Music Midtown? We are too, hence the late blog today! Tonight is a little slower than normal and that’s okay by us! Here’s our Monday picks! Tonight at Smith’s Olde Bar, The Wallflowers. Most well-known for their 90′s hits like One Headlight, they just released a new album, Glad All Over. Unfortunately, […]
Alright, so the Music Midtown lineup is pretty sweet this year! There is something for everyone whether it be rock, dance music, or rap! The gates open at 4PM today and Van Hunt kicks off the festival! Of course, we’ll be tweeting and blogging away this weekend, but we want to hear from you! Tweet […]
Where will you be this weekend? There is a ton going on in Atlanta and the weather is supposed to be beautiful! Friday, May 18 – Adron with Special Guest Daniel Clay at Eddie’s Attic This singer, songwriter is bringing a playful, youthful sound to the Atlanta music scene. Her voice is sweet and she […]
By Justin Lyons Music Midtown made a welcome return last fall in a new format, but 2012′s edition certainly made more of a splash with a star-filled line-up announcement. While many festivals use social media and creative campaigns to get their line-ups out, Music Midtown used an old fashioned technique: a press conference. A few […]
By Eileen Tilson; photos by Ken Lackner Well, for its first year back, Music Midtown 2011 ended with a bang, literally, as Coldplay shot off fireworks into the Piedmont Park sky. After our week of interviews with the bands, Atlanta was set for a great time. The day was littered by musicians as Atlanta’s The […]
What a weekend! There’s celebrations of the city’s best, new wave heroes, and a few extra-special festivals too. And with the unbearable heat long gone (knock on wood), we can run around the city all day and all night and not worry about melting into the pavement. So go forth and rock out!
By Eileen Tilson One of the most buzzed about bands at Music Midtown this year, The Joy Formidable was conceived by music-obsessed friends Ritzy Bryan and Rhyddian Dafydd when they were both students in Wales. With rampant success in the U.K., the band came into the U.S. with a bang, playing sold out shows in […]