5 must-see concerts in Atlanta this week

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If you’re ready for a week full of fun concerts, you’re in the right place. I’ve got a list of shows you can’t miss for the week. You know the drill, call or text your concert partner(s) and tell them to pull out their planner because it’s time to pencil in some shows!

Drew Parker

The country sensation is coming to Georgia Theatre! Having co-written on Luke Combs’ debut platinum record “This One’s For You,” Jake Owen’s single “Homemade” and Luke Combs’ “1,2 Many,” Parker clearly has plenty of talent to go around.

Location: Athens – 215 North Lumpkin Street; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Thursday, Jan. 19; Admission: From $19; Website: accessatlanta.com

True Blossom

Atlanta’s own is gracing the stage at The EARL this week! With their unique sound and undeniable talent, concertgoers should be ready for a show to remember.

Location: East - 488 Flat Shoals Avenue SE; Time: 8:30 p.m.; Date: Thursday, Jan. 19; Admission: From $12; Website: accessatlanta.com

Riot for Romance

Get ready to rock out with Riot for Romance at Aisle 5. The band blends post-punk, shoegaze, and post/alt-rock vibes to make their own brand of rock and roll.

Location: Little Five Points – 1123 Euclid Avenue NE; Time: 8:30; Date: Friday, Jan. 20; Admission: From $15; Website: accessatlanta.com

Payton Moore

The buzzing new R&B artist is bringing her smooth voice to The Vinyl. Whether you’re ready to get in your feelings, sway side to side or sing your heart out, this is the show for you.

Location: Midtown – 1374 West Peachtree Street NW; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Friday, Jan. 20; Admission: From $12; Website: accessatlanta.com

Angel Olsen

With six studio albums under her belt, Angel Olsen has plenty of music to perform at The Eastern. You may hear hits like “Shut Up and Kiss Me,” or even one of her most recent releases, like “All The Good Times.”

Location: East – 777 Memorial Drive SE Building C; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Friday, Jan. 20; Admission: From $35; Website: accessatlanta.com