5 must-see concerts in Atlanta this week

Country star Kane Brown at State Farm Arena on Sunday, October 24, 2021. Robb Cohen for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Robb Cohen for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

If you’ve got entertainment on the brain, don’t worry; you’re not alone! Good news — there’s a great mix of shows you can choose from this week. Bad news — it’s going to be a hard decision to choose which performance you’ll make it to!

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Kane Brown

The moment we’ve all been waiting for – Kane Brown is officially touching down at Variety Playhouse! The country heartthrob will be hitting the stage and I’m sure he’ll be playing his biggest hits such as “Like I Love Country Music” and “Thank God.”

Location: Little Five Points – 1099 Euclid Avenue NE; Time: 7:30 p.m.; Date: Tuesday, Nov. 1; Admission: From $76; Website: events.accessatlanta.com


The superstar South Korean girl group is getting ready to hit the State Farm Arena stage. These ladies not only have the hits, but they also have the dance moves that’ll make for a super entertaining show!

Location: Downtown – 1 State Farm Drive; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Wednesday, Nov. 2; Admission: From $95; Website: ticketmaster.com

The Early November

Are you ready to rock out with The Early November at The Masquerade – Purgatory? You should be because it’s almost that time! The group has been killing the music scene for about two decades now and they don’t seem to be stopping any time soon.

Location: Downtown – 50 Alabama Street SW; Time: 6:30 p.m.; Date: Wednesday, Nov. 2; Admission: From $24; Website: events.accessatlanta.com

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Red Bull Symphonic

So, you may be wondering, what exactly is a Red Bull Symphonic? Don’t worry, I give you the full breakdown right here. In quick summary, Red Bull Symphonic is a collaboration of hip-hop and classical symphony. This week’s show at the Atlanta Symphony Hall is celebrating multi-platinum superstar and rap legend Rick Ross, alongside Atlanta’s award-winning all-Black symphony, Orchestra Noir.

Location: Midtown – 1280 Peachtree Street NE; Time: 7 p.m.; Date: Friday, Nov. 4; Admission: From $200; Website: events.accessatlanta.com

The Millennium Tour: Turned Up!

This is a show that you just can’t miss! The Millennium Tour: Turned Up! is coming to State Farm Arena and the list of hitmakers is an epic one: Bow Wow, Mario, Keri Hilson, Lloyd, Bobby V, Ying Yang Twins, Travis Porter, Dem Franchize Boyz, Crime Mob, Pleasure P, Chingy, Sammie, Day 26, Lil Scrappy and Trillville.

Location: Downtown – 1 State Farm Drive; Time: 7 p.m.; Date: Sunday, Nov. 6; Admission: From $79; Website: events.accessatlanta.com

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