This is our favorite time of the week, there’s so much to look forward to! It’s a pretty great feeling when you realize there are so many options for you weekend. Plus the weather’s been so nice lately! Check out all that’s going on around Atlanta below!
Friday September 27 – Antigone Rising with special guest A Fragile Tomorrow @ Eddie’s Attic
Founding sisters Cathy and Kristen Henderson have always had the same philosophy. Play better than the boys and make sure the fans feel like part of the family. Catch these sensational ladies live!
Almost no one does New Orleans rhythm and blues these days, and those who do perform it like it’s still 1958. Davis makes that New Orleans tradition true to today,yesterday, and at least two weeks from today. But even if you don’t know that, you’ll still dig his sound. It’s got that inimitable, indescribable thing that could be called heart. Or soul.
Come hear the classics you fell in love with live!
They’ve toured with The Drive By Truckers, opened for The Lumineers, and caught the eye of Rolling Stone’s David Fricke. Catch these rockers live at an intimate venue while you can!
What began with a YouTube sensation has become a full fledged career fueled by originally crafted pop music!
TomorrowWorld is the first international edition of Tomorrowland, the world’s most popular electronic music festival, held in Belgium each year. TomorrowWorld is a 3-day festival delivering innovative and immersive experiences with mindblowing décor, enchanting acts and animation, A-class camping, cozy cocktail bars and gourmet food. TomorrowWorld marks the first European festival of its scale in the USA and the first to set a minimum age of 21.
John Mayer is embarking on tour behind his latest record, Paradise Valley. Hopefully you got tickets for this one, because it’s sold out!
Friday September 27 – 30 Seconds to Mars @ Tabernacle
Speaking of sold-out shows! Fingers crossed you were lucky enough to snag tickets to see Jared Leto and the rest of the 30 Seconds to Mars group!
Saturday September 28 – Beat Beat Beat with Shocked Minds @ The Earl
Once you see these guys live, it’ll become apparent that this is a knockout of pure, raw punk with rabidly jagged harmonies littered over each classic cut like broken glass.
Come celebrate the best of Celtic rock at RiRa the Irish Pub!
That fresh familiarity is the magic that is Loners Society: the ability to craft songs that feel sincere and authentic while paying humble respect to the rock bands and artists who came before and influenced them.
Did you snag tix for Fall Out Boy’s show this weekend? Here’s to hoping you did, because it’s sold out!
Sunday September 29 – Grant-Lee Phillips @ Eddie’s Attic
Grant-Lee Phillips is a consummate storyteller, a chronicler of personal and political history and mythology, whose work has been showcased both with his popular band Grant Lee Buffalo and on his own critically acclaimed solo recordings.
At 14 years old, Justin Hines won a vocal competition to sing the national anthem in front of 17,000 people. Since then, he has traveled the world from China to Dubai, the U.K and South Africa, released four studio albums, performed at Olympic ceremonies and given his voice to charities worldwide.
All proceeds go to American Partnership for Eosinophilic Disorders (APFED), a 501c(3) non-profit organization dedicated to patients and their families coping with eosinophil associated diseases. APFED strives to expand education, create awareness, and support research while promoting advocacy among its members.
Luna Strings is an Atlanta-based string trio that coordinates musical entertainment for wedding ceremonies, receptions, and other elegant events. They’ll be playing classical, folk, and rock favorites from artists and composers like Georges Bizet, the Civil Wars, Stevie Wonder, and Kansas. On our programs, there’s something for everyone, but you’ve never heard any of it like this before.
With acoustic guitar and a bucket for drums with the occasional toy piano in the background, plus a lot of booze consumed, West End Motel developed their sound. They write and sing for the underdog and give the listener a glimmer of hope.