5 must-see concerts in Atlanta this week

City Winery Ligaya Figueras / ligaya.figueras@ajc.com
Ligaya Figueras

If you’re ready for a week of shows that’ll have you and your friends dancing all night long, then you’re ready for this lineup of concerts. Let’s dive right into it!

Keke Wyatt

When it comes to singing and hitting all the high notes, Keke Wyatt can do both! It’ll be a powerful performance at City Winery and I can only hope she’ll perform her classics like “Nothing In This World” and “If Only You Knew.”

Location: Midtown - 650 North Avenue NE; Time: 9:30 p.m.; Date: Monday, March 13; Admission: From $47; Website: accessatlanta.com

Tiffany Day

Tiffany Day is coming to the Vinyl! The singer, songwriter and producer became a viral sensation, gaining several million views, after a video of her singing “Hallelujah” in an Italian well gained popularity. Day has been rising to stardom ever since!

Location: Midtown - 1374 W Peachtree St NW; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Tuesday, March 14; Admission: From $15; Website: accessatlanta.com

Elle Varner

It’s always a good day when you find out Elle Varner is performing! The Grammy-nominated songstress is headed to City Winery. Her smooth voice and angelic notes make Varner a true talent on stage.

Location: Midtown - 650 North Avenue NE; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Wednesday, March 15; Admission: From $46; Website: accessatlanta.com

Third Eye Blind

With decades in the game, the rock band is showing no signs of slowing down. This week, you can catch Third Eye Blind at Macon City Auditorium. Fingers crossed we’ll hear the classic “Semi-Charmed Life!”

Location: Macon - 415 1st St; Time: 7:30 p.m.; Date: Wednesday, March 15; Admission: Website: accessatlanta.com

Nick Cannon: Future Superstars Tour

One thing Nick Cannon always does is support up-and-coming talent and this time is no different. Nick Cannon is bringing fresh talent to the Tabernacle. Cannon will be bringing along acts like rap artists SYMBA, 24kgoldn, Big Boss Vette and many more.

Location: Downtown - 152 Luckie St NW; Time: 6:30 p.m.; Date: Saturday, March 18; Admission: $35; Website: accessatlanta.com

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