Taking Back Sunday celebrated their 20 year anniversary by playing not one, but two full-length albums back-to-back featuring Tell All Your Friends and Louder Now.
Iconic English rock band, Deep Purple, stops in Atlanta as a part of their The Long Goodbye Tour.
Kishi Bashi and crew brought sounds as magical as a unicorn to Variety Playhouse in Atlanta!
See what you missed when Disturbed stopped by Atlanta for their Evolution tour.
Charlie XCX with the music pride for Atlanta!
Atlanta welcomes The Who back to the city after four years.
Daniel Caesar brought the sauce to the beautiful Fox Theatre!
Phantogram keeping it real big for Atlanta every time!
The Fox Theatre featured Vampire Weekend during their stop in Atlanta on their Father of The Bride tour. The group featured up and coming blues artist Christone “Kingfish” Ingram.
Nashville based funk group LUTHI played an energetic set at Aisle 5 in Atlanta to kick off their 2019 South East Tour.
Everyone was up to Kiss his Ace at Variety!
LUTHI’s infections groove and relatable lyrics make for a banging live performance! Make sure to catch them on their South Eastern tour set to begin at Isle 5 in Atlanta, GA.
Khalid showed up to show out at State Farm Arena.
“It is very important that I impress you tonight. This is a very important city” said John Mayer in regards to his performance at The State Farm Arena in Atlanta, GA.
Covet talked to us about life off tour and what makes their sound so “colorful” in a brief interview before performing a nearly sold out show at The Masquerade.
The Claypool Lennon Delirium with mass musical certainty to us all.
For the first time ever, Blues Traveler, moe, and G.Love are teamed up together for a full North American tour. See what you missed!
Tedeschi Trucks Band teams up with Atlanta’s Blackberry Smoke and Shovels & Rope for their “Wheels of Soul” performance at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta.
Drab Majesty brought ‘80s-influenced sounds to a packed Hell at the Masquerade in Atlanta.
Blackberry Smoke and Fox Theatre makes for the best night!
See what you miss at our “Sweaty Summer” Artist Spotlight, featuring The Keepsake, Force of Habit, and Chains of Kronos.
311 & Dirty Heads had hundreds of heads bobbing and weaving in Atlanta.
The ladies of Parliament Funkadelic; Tonysha Nelson, Patavia Lewis, and Scottie Clinton will help carry on George Clinton’’s legacy after his retirement.
“Free your mind and your ass will follow.”.
Proving that music never dies, St. Paul and The Broken Bones filled the Georgia night with soul.
The last Bullet Music Artist Spotlight until further notice, we bid thee goodbye for now and “Sweaty Summer” is coming to an end with Chains of Kronos, a band to funk your socks off.
Sad Summer Fest rolled through Atlanta with only tears of joy!
Stadiums can be a great venue for gigs and are plated by some of the biggest bands in the world. Only the true musical greats, capable of attracting thousands of people, can hope to play a stadium gig. Here are our top five!
Young the Giant brought the money to the Bank with Fitz and the Tantrums!
Eighties babies came in for the kiddos of New Kids On The Block at State Farm Arena in Atlanta. GA!
Ben Folds and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra unites once again to perform a genre-bending concert.