What’s Up Wednesday?

See that’s the great thing about a holiday weekend, we are already half way through the week! There are a lot of great things happening in Atlanta this weekend, so I like to consider Wednesday the countdown to an amazing upcoming couple of days of fun!

-“Australian duo Brendan Perry and Lisa Gerrard, aka Dead Can Dance, weave a sweepingly beautiful tapestry of Eastern European folk textures driven by themes of love, loss, and existential yearning. Known for putting on quite the legendary performance, this tour finds Gerrard and Perry taking the stage together for the first time since 2005 in support of their latest pairing, Anastasis” -Creative Loafing. Tonight at the Cobb Energy Center.

-Musical Theater star,Ramin Karimloo, has more than just acting skills; he has his own bluegrass band, and is pretty freaking amazing. Catch him tonight at Center Stage.

TRIPP AND TYLER are a sketch comedy duo most known for their hilarious and viral YouTube videos. They have been writing, directing, and performing their own comedy material since 2006, and since then they’ve amassed 19 million video views on YouTube and 53,000+ subscribers. Currently they are working full time as comedy writers and performers in Atlanta and have just signed on as content creators for the digital arm of Broadway Video. See them tonight at Eddie’s Attic.

-When they were setting out to write their new six-song recording, As Above So Below, Orenda Fink and Maria Taylor of Azure Ray were intent to depart from their original sound; that lushly haunted, dreamy folk pop that was born twelve years ago with their self-titled debut. They are back together at The Earl for the first time in awhile, go check them out.

-Pop. 1280 are the hardest working scumbags in New York City. The leaders of the “nü-pigfuck” as coined by the Village Voice, these post-cyberpunks have been terrorizing unassuming audience members for the last four years. They will bringing their blend to the 529 tonight.

-Tonight in Little Five Points, you can catch Quious, Tomahawk Deb, and Bird Call at the Star Bar.


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