It’s never too early to start planning your week out, right? Well, let’s do it together! I’ve done the hard work and put together a list of some of the shows you can’t miss this week, so you don’t have to. Treat yourself to one of the shows below:
When an icon like Elton John comes to the city, you must go! It’s time to get ready for the “Farewell Yellow Brick Road: The Final Tour” at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. John has been entertaining us for decades and this show is sure to do the same.
Location: Downtown - 1 AMB Drive NW; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Thursday, Sept. 22; Admission: From $99; Website: events.accessatlanta.com
Wu-Tang Clan and Nas
These acts are bringing their New York state of mind right here to ATL. The tour is hitting Lakewood Amphitheatre and when it comes to putting on a show and getting the crowd hyped, these living legends can do both!
Location: Southeast – 2002 Lakewood Way SW; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Thursday, Sept. 22; Admission: From $29; Website: livenation.com
Get ready, Brightmoor Healthcare Amphitheater – Bret Michaels is coming! The rock star rose to fame as the front man of Poison, one of rock’s most iconic bands. Michaels helped define the rock-n-roll scene and is ready to rock out with you on stage.
Location: Fayetteville - 301 LaFayette Ave, Fayetteville, GA 30214; Time: 6 p.m.; Date: Friday, Sept. 23; Admission: From $49; Website: events.accessatlanta.com
This girl is on fire! See what I did there? Alicia Keys will be hitting the Cadence Bank Amphitheatre stage to perform all of her hits, and with talent like hers, I’m sure she’ll be singing, dancing and playing the piano all at the same time!
Location: Northeast - 4469 Stella Drive NW; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Friday, Sept. 23; Admission: From $70; Website: events.accessatlanta.com
Georgia’s own is getting ready to put on a show at Vinyl. Known for her catchy raps and her time on reality television, LightSkinKeisha has made a name for herself in the entertainment world.
Location: Midtown – 1374 West Peachtree Street NW; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Friday, Sept. 23; Admission: From $30; Website: events.accessatlanta.com