5 must-see concerts in Atlanta this week

Atlanta's Goodie Mob (from left) - Khujo, T-Mo, CeeLo Green and Big Gipp - released their first new album in seven years, "Survival Kit," on Nov. 13, 2020.
Nina Karetova

Fellow music lovers unite! It’s that time of the week when we come together and pick out the concerts we’ll be going to – if not all of them. Per usual, the city is bringing out several talented artists for us to enjoy throughout the week. So, let’s get started!


The Morocco-born bombshell is taking over The Loft. If you’re ready to hear her hits like “RIP, Love,” “Tears of Gold” or even “HABIBI,” then this is the show that you can’t miss.

Location: Downtown – 1374 West Peachtree Street NW; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Tuesday, Nov. 22; Admission: From $25; Website: events.accessatlanta.com

Goodie Mob

The Atlanta legends are getting ready for an epic show at The Eastern. It’s always a good time to show up and support Goodie Mob – a group that has done so much for not only the Atlanta music scene but has had a big impact on the music industry as a whole.

Location: East Atlanta – 777 Memorial Drive SE Building C; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Wednesday, Nov. 23; Admission: From $68; Website: events.accessatlanta.com

The Black Lips

It’s time to get down and dirty with The Black Lips at The Earl! The Atlanta garage rock band will be bringing all of their hits to the stage including “Bad Kids,” “Can’t Hold On” and “Modern Art.”

Location: East Atlanta – 488 Flat Shoals Avenue SE; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Friday, Nov. 25; Admission: From $166; Website: events.accessatlanta.com

Morgan James

The soulful voice known as Morgan James is gracing the City Winery stage. The truth and beauty in her voice, along with her storytelling will be nothing but a great time for everyone in attendance!

Location: Midtown – 650 North Avenue NE; Time: 7:30 p.m.; Date: Sunday, Nov. 27; Admission: From $25; Website: events.accessatlanta.com

Kristian Bush

The singer, songwriter and producer is making his way to Eddie’s Attic! Bush - who is no stranger to the stage - as he’s one half of the country music duo Sugarland with Jennifer Nettles, and was a member of the folk-rock duo Billy Pilgrim with Andrew Hyra.

Location: Old Fourth Ward - 515 North McDonough Street; Time: 8:30 p.m.; Date: Sunday, Nov. 27; Admission: From $25; Website: events.accessatlanta.com

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