American metal band Skid Row will play the last East coast date of their 2014 tour at Wild Bill’s tomorrow night. Guitarist Dave “Snake” Sabo said he is looking forward to returning Georgia because Wild Bill’s has become one of the bands staples.
SEPT. 26: By Venue
Garth Brooks made his return after 18 years -- and lived up to his legendary status making it easy to understand why Brooks is playing seven shows.
Garth Brooks walked into this afternoon’s press conference at The Child Life Zone at Scottish Rite along with wife Trisha Yearwood, who was carrying a large, musical balloon. Before discussing the end of his retirement and return to Atlanta after 18 years, Brooks wished Yearwood a happy birthday.
Lawrenceville resident Jen Mewborn has been a Garth Brooks fan since the 90’s — she’s purchased all of his boxed sets, watched all of his live DVDs and couldn’t choose a favorite album because she loves them all.
The first Suwanee Day Festival, held in 1984, was only half a day and attended by 75 people — over 30 years later, the popular festival draws thousands of people has expanded into the new two-day event Suwanee Fest.
By Venue showcases upcoming musical performanes in the area surrounding Gwinnett.
One of pop music’s biggest breakout stars, Ariana Grande, annouced her “The Honeymoon Tour” will come to Philips Arena on March 24 of next year.
Multi platinum-selling rock band, Maroon 5, revealed today that The Maroon 5 World Tour 2015 will include a stop at Phillips Arena on Feb. 19.
By Venue — September 5
Grammy winning artist Usher announced that his first headlining tour in three years, “The UR Experience,” will be making a stop at Phillips Arena on Dec. 9.
With some twerking and shaking, the leading ladies of pop music dominated the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday as raunchy performances opened the show, while Katy Perry and Ed Sheeran took home the first Moonman awards.
The Arena at Gwinnett Center announced on Friday that four-time Grammy nominee Hunter Hayes would play a show this year.
Back in 2010, Andy Velo of Suwanee decided to pursue a career as a full-time musician. Now, just four years later, he’s relocated to Nashville, gained a loyal fan-base and snagged a sponsorship from Jim Beam. This weekend, Velo will be getting back to his Gwinnett roots by playing a special concert at 37 Main in Buford celebrating the recent release of his second EP, “Blue Collar Cruise.”