5 must-see concerts in Atlanta this week
Hopefully, you had a chance to enjoy your weekend, but now that it’s over, it’s time to look ahead to good times! We have a full week of amazing shows, and, of course, I want you to know all about them. Let’s dive right into who you can check out in the city this week.
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The Nigerian singer and songwriter will be taking center stage at Center Stage Theater! Simi’s “To Be Honest” tour, named after her most recent album, will definitely give attendees a show to remember.
Location: Midtown – 1374 West Peachtree Street NW; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Thursday, Oct. 27.; Admission: From $20; Website: events.accessatlanta.com
Get ready for Jake Scott at Variety Playhouse! After releasing one song each month from the beginning of 2018 to the end of 2020, Scott took his Spotify monthly listener count from 50,000 to nearly 3 million and it’s been growing ever since.
Location: Little Five Points - 1099 Euclid Avenue NE; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Thursday, Oct. 27.; Admission: From $32; Website: events.accessatlanta.com
The Violent Femmes are coming to The Eastern and you don’t want to miss it. The legendary band has been around for decades, and their music continues to get better with time.
Location: East - 777 Memorial Drive SE, Building C; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Friday, Oct. 28.; Admission: From $95; Website: events.accessatlanta.com
The Cleveland native is making his way to The Masquerade – Heaven stage this weekend. With hits like “24,” “Boss Up” and “Undertaker,” you won’t regret getting tickets to this show!
Location: Downtown – 50 Lower Alabama Street #110; Time: 7 p.m.; Date: Sunday, Oct. 30.; Admission: From $30; Website: events.accessatlanta.com
If you’re ready for some smooth sounds at The Loft, then you’re ready for Faouzia! The songstress has racked up 2 million followers with her talent alone. Catch her on stage in just a few days!
Location: Midtown – 1374 West Peachtree Street NW; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Sunday, Oct. 30.; Admission: From $25; Website: events.accessatlanta.com