There are several well-known acts that will be coming to metro Atlanta venues outside of Gwinnett County this summer.

Chastain Amphitheater, Lakewood Amphitheater and Ameris Bank Amphitheater — previously known as Verizon Wireless Amphitheater — have packed schedules of summer entertainment. Between now and the end of August, they will be hosting a wide range of acts from Styx to Weird Al Yankovic, Mary J Blige, Lionel Richie, Luke Bryan, Barenaked Ladies, KoRn, Peter Frampton and Florence and the Machine.

Here is a look at high profile acts coming to the three venues:

Chastain Amphitheater

4469 Stella Drive NW, Atlanta

The 1975 (May 18); Styx (May 26); Anderson .Paak (June 7); Jon Bellion (June 19); Billie Eilish (June 23); Adam Sandler (June 28); Common with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (June 29); Weird Al Yankovic (June 30); Boyz II Men (July 5); Rob Thomas (July 8); Young the Giant and Fitz and the Tantrums (July 14); Mary J Blige and Nas (July 16); Third Eye Blind and Jimmy Eat World (July 22); Earth Wind and Fire (July 24); 311 and Dirty Heads (July 30); Lionel Richie (July 31); and Bush and Live (Aug. 22).

Lakewood Amphitheater

2002 Lakewood Way SW, Atlanta

Hootie and the Blowfish and Barenaked Ladies (June 1); Freaknik Festival 2019 featuring Uncle Luke, Project Pat, Da Brat, Foxy Brown and Lil Scrappy (June 22); Disrupt Festival featuring The Used, Thrice, Circa Survive, The Story So Far and Atreyu (June 28); Dead and Company (June 29), Wiz Khalifa and French Montana (July 9); Iron Maiden (July 20); Nelly, TLC and Flo Rida (July 24); Luke Bryan, Cole Swindell and Jon Langston (July 26); Thomas Rhett, Dustin Lynch and Russell Dickerson (Aug. 10); and Florida Georgia Line, Dan and Shay and Morgan Wallen (Aug. 31).

Ameris Bank Amphitheater

2200 Encore Parkway in Alpharetta

Bryan Adams (May 11); Chris Young (May 16); Rascal Flatts (May 25); Florence and the Machine (June 6); Dierks Bentley (June 14); Train and the Goo Goo Dolls (July 10); Luke Combs (July 12); Dave Matthews Band (July 23); KoRn and Alice in Chains (July 25); and Peter Frampton (Aug. 11).

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