Atlanta Music Guide Weekend Preview 01/31/2019 – 02/03/2019

Here’s a quick look at the best upcoming events in Atlanta this weekend Thursday, January 31st through Sunday, February 3rd!


Grizfolk w/ Wet Jeans at Vinyl – Atlanta

Thursday, January 31st at 8:00pm

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Combining pop, folk, and electronics into a global sound all their own, Grizfolk are a five-piece ensemble formed by a pair of Swedish producers and a singer/songwriter from Florida who came together to pursue a fresh musical vision.


As It Is: The Great Depression Tour 2019 w/ Sharptooth, Hold Close, and Point North at The Masquerade

Friday, February 1st at 6:00pm

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As It Is – completed by frontman Patty Walters, guitarist and singer Benjamin Langford-Biss, drummer Patrick Foley and bassist Ali Testo – take the listener on a journey which delves into every aspect of arguably the most prevalent social ill of our time across their third studio album, The Great Depression. From public perception, to internal war, the quartet unflinchingly confront the most difficult questions around depression, the value of life over death, and whether the rhetoric around ‘reaching out to talk’ is ostensibly hollow, if no one is prepared to hear those words. But if the four piece have delved into brave new territory conceptually on The Great Depression then the sonic leap forward that runs in tandem with it signals this record as not just a landmark release for the band, but for the scene as a whole.



Saturday, February 2nd at 9:00pm

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1st Gringo Star show of 2019!! We’re gonna be doing a little European Tour Send Off Party at The EARL SAT Feb 2nd. We’re still trying to raise a few more dollars for gas and tolls and weed while we are in Europe. Also, Groundhog Day, so who knows. We’ll probably play our song Shadow to decide if Trump will be impeached in the winter or spring. We will be joined by local heavy weights A Drug Called Tradition and Jupiter Watts.

This will be a non-smoking show 🙂


Purple Madness – Prince Experience with Runaground & J. Rice at The Vista Room ATL

Saturday, February 2nd at 8:30pm

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The “Purple Madness is the ultimate celebration of the most widely beloved entertainer and profoundly influential artist of all-time. Bobby Miller presents an electrifying performance that can be best described as, high energy and a “must see” performance.

The Prince Purple Madness Tribute Show have all but perfected every last nuance in recreating the sights and sounds of the artist Prince.

Opening the show is Rising Star – RUNAGROUND with J. Rice


DIRECTV Super Saturday Night: Foo Fighters with Run The Jewels

Saturday, February 2nd at 9:00pm

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If you don’t already have tickets for this one, you’re probably not going!
The venue is an intimate custom-built, 3-tiered, 72,000 square-foot venue will be constructed, in the lot behind Atlantic Station


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