PARKLIFE: Atlanta’s Hottest New Indie Festival


Music MidtownTomorrowWorld,  CounterPointShaky KneesA3C are all among the list of amazing Atlanta music festivals, however 2014 can add one more to that growing list – Parklife. Bowe Inc. and Eddie’s Attic have teamed up to put together (pardon the expression) one helluva show. Several top acts, from near and afar, have already signed on to be a part of this September 7th show. The lineup includes Jake Bugg, The Lone Bellow, The Wild Feathers, LP, The Weeks and The Shadowboxers (see below for more information about each of these awesome artists).
This one-day expedition into live music will be held right in the heart of Atlanta in Atlantic Station’s Central Park, which is located at 18th Street NW & E. District Ave, Atlanta, GA. This is a rain or shine event that encourages attendees of all ages.
We know what you’re wondering now, “Where can I get my ticket to this amazing event?” Well, lucky for you, we’ve got the answer. Tickets are through FreshTix and there are a couple different pricing options available. Early bird tickets are available for $20 -for now- but soon the price will bump up to $25 for advance tickets. Tickets are $30 at the door (so save yourself the drink money and buy now). There is also a VIP option available for $150.
For  more information, check out Parklife’s websiteFacebook or Twitter (@parklifeatl). Or just go ahead an purchase your tickets through FreshTix by clicking the button below.

Jake Bugg

Nineteen-year-old, British singer/songwriter Jake Bugg has a lot going for him right now. Music festivals, a new EP (called Messed Up Kids) and multiple award nominations have all been commonplace in Bugg’s life for the past year or so. Jake Bugg started playing guitar at 12 and songwriting at 13, with less than a decade of experience under his belt, he’s got the talent of a much more seasoned artist. For more information this rising star, check out Jake Bugg’s websiteFacebook and Twitter


The Lone Bellow

When Zach Williams, Brian Elmquist, and Kanene Pipkin first decided to join forces, they did more than merely jam. The trio’s beautiful self-titled debut album dropped last year on Descendant  and since then, they’ve become an eight-piece band, played venues and festivals around the world, and made their way into the hearts of music-lovers everywhere. Everyone listening – and undoubtedly singing and stomping along – will surely feel like part of this family. For more info about The Lone Bellow, check out their website, Facebook, and Twitter.


The Wild Feathers

While The Wild Feathers draw inspirations from a variety of genres on the musical spectrum – country, blues, folk – they are undoubtedly a true-blue rock & roll band.  When it came time to create their debut album, the group wanted a masterpiece. So they enlisted the help of famed producer Jay Joyce, who’s also worked with Cage the Elephant, The Wallflowers and other world-class acts. For more information about The Wild Feathers, check out their website and Facebook.


The Weeks

The Weeks are a rock and roll 5-piece from the sweet Southern town of Jackson, Mississippi that formed in 2006 when the band members were no older than 16. After signing with Kings of Leon’s record label Serpents and Snakes, they released Gutter Gaunt Gangster in 2012 and Dear Bo Jackson in 2013 and have made their way around the touring circuit, finally bringing them to our fair city for PARKLIFE. Get more info about The Weeks on their website, Facebook, and Tumblr.



Anyone who’s ever seen LP live, or watched the much-viewed viral videos of her effervescent performances on which she accompanies herself on rocking ukulele, knows that’s completely how she is, whether she’s performing at L.A. clubs filled with rabid fans or making a breakthrough, buzz-building appearance at the Austin City Limits Festival. She’s definitely a force to be reckoned with and we’re psyched to see her bring her distinctive style to PARKLIFE. Check out her website, Facebook, and Twitter for more info.


The Shadowboxers

The Shadowboxers are Atlanta own hometown boys. Adam Hoffman, Matt Lipkins and Scott Schwartz started the group when they met back in 2008 at Emory University. Cole McSween and Carlos Enamorado were eventually added to the band to complete the five-piece pop outfit. The Shadowboxers have worked with some big names, including The Indigo Girls, who they toured with a couple years back. Check out all The Shadowboxers have to offer on their website.


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