Oh you know sometime you just need a weekend where you can kick back and do nothing, and then other times you look at this upcoming music calendar, and you remind yourself that you’ll sleep when you’re dead! Have a great weekend y’all!
Friday July 27th – Stalley Live in Concert at The Loft
In 2008, he connected with Ohio DJ, Terry Urban on the mixtape release “Goin Ape”, catching the attention of rapper Mos Def who he eventually opened for with his music. His 2nd project, MadStalley: The Autobiography, highlighted his transition from small town griot to rap star. He’s since worked with brands like Nike, ESPN, 10Deep and Mishka.
Friday July 27th – RidgeFest Reloaded Presents: American Idol Finalist James Durbin
The Chicago Festival is back in Freedom Park with three days filled with music, carnival rides, and great food!
Friday July 27th – Royal Bangs at The Red Palace
These indie rockers put on a “bang” of a show! Catch them in D.C.
Friday July 27th – Smithsonian at The Earl
Smithsonian is a band composed of five veterans of the Atlanta music scene who have united in their affection for the short but sweet career of The Smiths. They are joined by the B-53’s.
Saturday July 28th- Appetite For Destruction at Peachtree Tavern
The best Guns N Roses cover band in the South!
Saturday July 28th – Corndogorama at The Earl/strong>
The two day Corndog apocalypse is back with performances from the likes of:Snowden, Royal Thunder, and Sealions.
Saturday July 28th – Band of Heathens at Stickyz Rock’n’Roll Chicken Shack
This band is not as rebellious as their name leads you to believe, but they sure do put on a great show.
Saturday July 28th – Poverty is Real Benefit at Eddie’s Attic
POVERTY IS REAL is a non-profit organization that leverages great music to combat poverty in local communities. PIR takes their fundraising concerts on tour, celebrating music and supporting local organizations that fight poverty and homelessness.
Sunday July 29th – Suzy Bogguss at Legacy Gazebo Amphitheater
Susan Kay “Suzy” Bogguss is an American country music singer. In the 1980s and 90s she released one platinum and three gold albums and charted six top ten singles, winning the Academy of Country Music’s award for Top New Female Vocalist and the Country Music Association’s Horizon Award.
Sunday July 29th – Terror at The Drunken Unircorn
Terror is a Hardcore band with members from Los Angeles, California and Richmond, Virginia. Their second album One with the Underdogs sold over 40,000 copies
Sunday July 29th – Zulu Pearls at Black Cat
Hipsters near and far have been digging Zulu Pearls, catch them before everyone knows them.