What’s Up Thursday?

How are you Atlanta? Doesn’t it sort of feel like time is just flying by? We are almost half way through JUNE! Crazy. Here are some suggestions for your Thursday night extravaganzas.

Foster the People have dominated the charts with their catchy tunes, and now they are back in Atlanta in a slightly larger venue! See them tonight at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre.




-Wandering through the sounds of Atlanta’s own Gypsy Sol, you will find a neo-retro mix of vintage soul, R&B, folk, blues, rock and funk. See him tonight at Smith’s Olde Bar.

-From sharing the stage with the likes of Zac Brown, Marc Broussard, Sister Hazel, Tony Lucca, David Ryan Harris, and Tim Reynolds, to working side by side in the studio with RZA of the Wu Tang Clan and countless other hip hop artists,Scotty Cram is a man of many masks. See him tonight at Eddie’s Attic.


-Tonight at The Earl catch Sonen w/ Vyie.

Bass Drum of Death is a band from Mississippi. John plays guitar and sings and Colin plays the drums. Together they make blown-out, blazing songs. See them tonight at the 529.

-If you are heading over towards the Drunken Unicorn, swing in to catch Ceremony w/ Shaved Christ.

-It will be a packed house at Buckhead Theater tonight where City and Colour, David Bazan (Pedro the Lion), Dan Romano will be playing.


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