If you’re a football fan and a music fan like me, then this is our last weekend to fully and entirely devote ourselves to the music scene! College football starts up on Thursday and our weekends are about to get busy! So let’s enjoy this weekend and put off the balancing act for a few more days!
Friday, August 24- Mary Chapin Carpenter at Atlanta Botanical Garden
One of the best in the American Country-Folk music scenes and there’s no better place to see Mary!
THIS SHOW HAS SOLD OUT!
Friday, August 24- Lightning Bolt at The Goat Farm
Lightning Bolt are known for their guerrilla-style live performances, where they typically play on the ground rather than a stage, with the crowd gathered around them.
Friday August 24th – Elikeh at Black Cat
DC Afro-poppers, are back in their hometown playing a show with Alma tropicalia and the chariots.
Saturday August 25th – 18th Annual Southern Brewers Festival at Ross’s Landing: Downtown Chattanooga
It’s the 18th Annual Southern Brewers Festival from 2pm-Midnight with: Over 30 Local & Regional Brewers ,Over 70 premium handcrafted ales and lagers, and 5 Live Bands: The Black Lillies, Toubab Krewe, Chuck Leavell, Perpetual Groove, Drive-By Truckers.
Saturday August 25th- Departure: A Journey Cover Band at Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater
If you can’t have the real thing, then this is a VERY close second! Enjoy the Journey experience!
Saturday August 25th – Tyler Fyre & Thrill Kill Jill at The Red Palace
An All-Star Cast returns to DC to pay tribute to one of our favorite faces from the good old days at the Palace of Wonders. Come see performers from all corners of the country that started the variety sensation in DC – One spectacular show bigger than ever before.
Saturday August 25th – CHEYNE Record Release Party at DC9
DC9 will surely be hopping with rapper, CHEYNE’s album being dropped on Saturday.
Sunday August 26th – Coup Sauvage and the Snips at Black Cat
This is the true story… of six people… picked to live in a haus…play together and have their music taped… so come to the show and find out what happens… when people stop being polite… and start getting real.
Sunday August 26th – The Reigning Sound at The Earl
Reigning Sound was formed in 2001 by Memphis, TN garage-punk legend Greg Cartwright who is also known for his previous bands The Compulsive Gamblers and The Oblivians.