Jimmy Buffet and The Coral Reefer Band will perform at the Arena for Gwinnett Center for one night only on Tuesday, June 2, at 8 p.m.
The Atlanta Braves announced Thursday the pop star and multi-platinum group will be the first two concerts of the Summer Series.
Local musician Jonathan Ingram brings his gritty, edgy sound that fuses country, rock and alternative to 37 Main in Buford.
The Grammy Award winning rock band’s “Smoke + Mirrors” tour, which is in support of the new album due out Feb. 17, will make a stop at Philips Arena July 14.
The Americana band Wild Ponies will perform live in concert along with Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys at Red Clay Music Foundry in Duluth.
The tour is in support of Seger’s first new studio album in eight years, “Ride Out.” This will be Seger’s most extensive tour since his Face The Promise Tour in 2006.
2014 was quite a busy year for Philips Arena. The popular Atlanta venue hosted 64 events and 608,084 guests, earning recognition as one of the top venues in the world for live entertainment.
When music fans attend a concert, they’re usually not there to just sit and listen to the songs. They want to feel the music, relate to the lyrics, enjoy a good story, tap their toes or clap their hands, really forming a connection with the band.
CounterPoint Music and Arts Festival is bringing a top-knotch lineup of bands including Widespread Panic and Zedd to Kingston Downs. Other headliners will be Kygo, Knife Party, Umphrey’s McGee and Dillon Francis, and also joining the bill are Zeds Dead, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Rebelution, RL Grime, Lettuce, Tipper and many more.
The Strokes, The Avett Brothers, Wilco, Pixies, Social Distortion, Ryan Adams, Tame Impala, Old Crow Medicine Show, Neutral Milk Hotel, TV on the Radio, James Blake and many more will perform on four stages over the course of three days.
Pop icons New Kids on the Block appeared on “Good Morning America” Tuesday morning to announce “The Main Event,” a summer headlining tour featuring Grammy Award-winning and multi-platinum selling artists TLC and Nelly. The Live Nation tour will kick off May 1 and stop in over 30 cities, including a stop at Philips Arena June 6.