The crowd at the Gwinnett Arena erupted in cheer after Justin Timberlake informed them that tonight’s concert was a very special show.
Justin Timberlake is bringing sexy back to Gwinnett.
This Sunday, people will get the chance to take a break from the modern holiday season, stepping back in time to a period when people would gather under a streetlamp to sing.
The country singer performed at Red Clay earlier this year for the first time, and said she knew it would be a perfect venue for her Christmas concert.
The holidays are a special time for the Fox Theatre — Atlanta’s beloved landmark opened its doors for the first time on Christmas Day in 1929 to a sold out crowd.
Country fans began to gather in the parking lot of the Gwinnett Arena around 4:30 p.m. yesterday, tailgating in preparation for The Chief. Tailgaters played games, shared drinks and socialized excitedly about seeing Eric Church’s Outsiders World Tour.
This year’s performers will include Calvin Harris, Fall Out Boy, T.I., Jessie J. and other surprise guest appearances.
Winwood has remained a primary figure in rock ‘n’ roll for more than five decades. Beginning with The Spencer Davis Group at age 15, extending through Traffic and Blind Faith to a landmark Grammy-award winning solo career.
The Trans-Siberian Orchestra (TSO) is performing their rock opera “The Christmas Attic” for the first time ever on their 2014 winter tour, which will come to the Gwinnett Arena on Dec. 10. The album was originally released in 1998 and then re-released as part of “The Christmas Trilogy Box Set” in 2004.
Concerts in Gwinnett and Atlanta
Church has built a reputation as a restless, creative force while following an unconventional path to country stardom. The North Carolina native gained popularity with his album “Carolina,” released in 2009.
The four-time Grammy nominee Hunter Hayes, with special guests Dan + Shay and The Railers, will be at the Gwinnett Arena this Saturday, Dec. 6.