Friday, October 18 – Oakland Halloween Tour @ Historic Oakland Cemetery
Historic Oakland Cemetery receives many visitors each day, but only at Halloween do the gates stay open after dark. Join us this year and hear first-hand accounts about our city’s past, narrated by a host of Oakland’s eternal “residents.” You’ll also see gorgeous candlelit mausoleums in this one-of-a-kind annual tradition. Bring a flashlight and wear comfortable walking shoes. There will be beer, wine, and soft drinks for sale, and browse Oakland’s Museum Shop for unique finds. Hope you got tickets because this one is SOLD OUT!
Friday, October 18 – White Denim @ The Rock & Roll Hotel
The Austin, TX four-piece is no stranger to mixing crunchy punk energy, scorched psychedelia, Southern rock and knotty funk, but “Corsicana Lemonade,” the group’s fifth studio album, naturally covers so many bases that it plays like the greatest lost mixtape you could find on your dashboard during a hot summer afternoon. And now, with the support of leading publications like the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork and Relix, as well as adoring crowds from Bonnaroo to their sold-out headlining tours, White Denim has fully arrived with a record to claim their own spot in America’s great rock lineage.
Doors open at 7pm. Tickets are $15.
Friday, October 18 – Right On Band @ The State Theatre
The Right On Band is not your average 70’s tribute show, the group has truly earned the title “The World’s Greatest 70’s Show Band.” A ten-piece band with a full horn section, the Right On Band has been keeping the 70’s alive for 15 years. They have performed all over the world, with notable performances such as President Obama’s Inaugural Ball and opening for acts like KC & The Sunshine Band, The Doobie Brothers, Hall & Oates, The Commodores and The Village People.
Saturday, October 19 – Decatur Craft Beer Festival @ The Old Courthouse Square
Come and enjoy an afternoon of beer tasting on the Decatur square. More than 100 of the finest American craft beers are showcased at this annual event sponsored by area distributors and Decatur’s restaurants and pubs. Enjoy live music and food from local restaurants available for sale. This event is SOLD OUT but we can’t wait to see you there!
Saturday, October 19 – John Michael Montgomery @ Mill Town Music Hall
With a musical career that spans twelve albums and a greatest hits package, John Michael Montgomery’s overwhelming contribution to the country music format includes hits such as “I Swear,” “Be My Baby Tonight,” “I Can Love You Like That,” “Sold (the Grundy County Auction Incident)” and “Life’s A Dance,” among many others. He’s earned 15 number one singles, sold over 16 million albums and received numerous industry and fan-voted awards, including a Grammy Award, CMA Awards, ACM Awards and American Music Awards.
Doors open at 6:30pm. General admission tickets are $25 in advance.
Saturday, October 19 – Lucius and Hey Marseilles @ The Earl
Lucius is a triple-threat of vocal harmonies, infectious hooks, and dance-inducing percussion. Pair those traits with the band’s irresistible live show and it’s easy to see why NPR Music calls Lucius “a fabulous band playing such infectious pop songs” and Paste hails the group as “blissful.”
Doors open at 9pm. Tickets are $12 in advance.
Saturday, October 19 – Old School Saturday @ Hyatt Regency Atlanta (Downtown)
This year, Old School Saturday enters its tenth year as an Atlanta institution. Celebrating the music of the ’80s and ’90s, Old School Saturday events attract over 2,500 “old school” devotees each month to its ever-changing, always swanky locations.
Only $10 Plus Service and Tax in advance (vs. $20 door price).
Saturday, October 19 – Wild Belle @ 12th and Porter
Wild Belle is the new duo of siblings Natalie and Elliot Bergman. The two have weaved in and out of each other’s musical lives for years sharing records, tapes, sounds and experiences. Wild Belle marks their first official collaboration, finding their sound rooted on a tropical island where rocksteady rhythms, disco beats and soulful grooves shine down steadfast and abundant.
Doors open at 8pm. Tickets are $12 in advance.
Sunday, October 20 – Furlough Party @ The State Theatre
The Government may have been shut down, but the State Theatre keeps on rockin! We realize that nothing comes free in DC, so why not come out to Falls Church, VA and join us in our first annual (okay, not annual. Hopefully.) Furlough Party. We realize that not getting paid can put a serious damper on the party, so we have decided to open up our doors for you to come in and enjoy some live music (Crooked Crow, Joe Rathbone and the Mercy Alliance) FOR FREE!
Doors open at 7pm. Tickets are FREE.
Sunday, October 20 – Jay Brannan with Jenny Owen Youngs @ Rock & Roll Hotel
We are super excited for this one! Check out an interview we did with Jay here!