What’s Up Thursday 10/30

One day until Halloween! Kick off the scariest holiday of the year with an Atlanta show!

Dirty Loops at The Loft

Formed in 2009, Dirty Loops is a power trio that twists pop music in a way never done before. The long time friends and fellow musicians – Jonah (vox, keys), Henrik (bass) and Aaron (drums), all have very unique individual skills, which contribute to the “Dirty Loops Sound. The young trio was discovered and nurtured by songwriter and manager Andreas Carlsson, who signed them as songwriter’s and artists to his management company on their version of Lady Gaga’s “Just Dance” alone. “Just Dance,” their first video released in November 2010, became a huge success and without any promotion was viewed over 100,000 times and shared on Facebook by over 10,000 people within two months. Since then, millions of fans have discovered them online through their videos and recordings of masterfully, performed versions of hits from Britney Spears to Justin Bieber.

Tickets cost $20. Doors open at 7pm.


ATL Collective Presents: Michael Jackson’s Thriller at Vinyl

The ATL Collective creates musical events that seek to replicate the intimate experience of listening to an album for the first time, going track by track, reading through the liner notes and turning over the record, truly enjoying the music for what it is, without distractions. Thursday, October 30th and Friday, October 31st: It’s becoming a tradition, and it’s just about the best thing doing in Atlanta come Halloween: Our annual retelling of Michael Jackson’s Thriller. This year, we’ll be bringing you the haunted album on Mischief Night and Halloween. Both shows are at Vinyl’s Center Stage. And both shows will likely sell out. So start thinking about your costume, and get your tickets early.

ATL Collective

Tickets cost $13 in advance, $16 day of show. Doors open at 8pm.


Paul Collin’s Beat w/ Zoners at 529

Rock icon and cult favorite Paul Collins got his start with Peter Case and Jack Lee in 1974. Their band The Nerves toured with The Ramones and recorded a song called “Hanging On The Telephone.” The song would later become a hit when covered by Deborah Harry and Blondie on the Parallel Lines album. Paul Collins formed The Beat in 1977, recruiting members of various rock bands including Steven Huff, Larry Whitman, Dennis Conway and Michael Ruiz. The result was The Beat, a high energy rock group in the style of The Ramones, Blondie and The Dictators.

Tickets are $8. Online, outlet and phone sales close at 6pm day of show. Doors open at 9pm.


Jason Derulo at The Tabernacle

In his short 5-year career, Jason Derulo has proven to be a contender with pop music’s biggest hitters, and his rise to fame isn’t slowing down yet. After a string of career defining hit singles including “Whatcha Say,” “In My Head,” “Ridin’ Solo,” “Don’t Wanna Go Home” and “It Girl,” Derulo suffered a catastrophic neck injury, which forced him to rehabilitate himself both mentally and physically. He released his comeback record “The Other Side” from his newly announced Tattoos LP in May 2013, which became radio’s #1 most added record of the year and set Derulo on a new and re-energized path. Jason’s latest single “Talk Dirty” (ft. 2 Chainz) is his most successful track to date having sold over 5 million singles throughout the world, and has garnered over 200 million views on YouTube and climbing.

Tickets cost $48.50. Doors open at 6:30pm.

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