Ticket Alternative Weekend Picks! Atlanta BBQ Fest, Alt-J, Ed Roland, & More!

Woo Hoo!!! It’s Friday!! And the weather is starting to feel like Fall, I just LOVE this time of year! Do you guys have big plans this weekend? If not, how about you let us decide for you! Here’s where you can find Ticket Alternative this weekend!

Friday, Sept. 14th – Atlanta BBQ Fest at Atlantic Station

Atlanta’s Largest Competitive BBQ Cook-Off

Friday, Sept. 14th – Junior League at Black Cat

Don’t let the name fool you, these indie rockers are are beyond the years good.

Friday Sept. 14th – Life in Color at KSU Stadium

LIFE IN COLOR, formerly DAYGLOW, “The World’s Largest Paint Party,” began in 2006 on college campuses in Florida. Since then, it has quickly taken the nation by storm by positioning itself as a one of a kind experience.

Saturday Sept. 15th – Alt-J at Rock and Roll Hotel

British alternative indie pop quartet, formed in 2007. They are currently enjoying chart success in Europe with their debut album An Awesome Wave. Alt-J are one of the favourites to win the Mercury music prize in 2012.

Saturday Sept. 15th – Dragonette at Black Cat

Toronto electro-pop band, Dragonette, are about to release their third studio album, Bodyparts.

Saturday Sept. 15th – Ed Roland & the Sweet Tea Project at Steve’s Live Music

Collective Soul frontman, Ed Roland will be rocking his “sweeter” side with his twang-esque project.

Sunday Sept. 16th – William Elliot Whitmore at Rock and Roll Hotel

A man armed only with a banjo and a bass drum can be a formidable force, especially if his name is William Elliott Whitmore. On the new Anti- Records album FIELD SONGS, Whitmore uses this two-instrument attack to go straight to the source, leaving no doubt where he comes from.

Sunday Sept. 16th – Phoebe Hunt at Eddie’s Attic

An Austin-to-Nashville émigré, the gifted Americana-pop artist will be gracing the famous Eddie’s Attic stage.

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