5 must-see concerts in Atlanta this week

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If you’re looking for a week of good music and great vibes, look no further! There are plenty of acts coming to Atlanta this week that’ll help set the tone for you and your besties. It’s time to grab your ticket and get your fit together for your favorite artists.

Stevie Nicks

Talk about legendary! The songstress is getting ready to take over State Farm Arena. Nicks not only has hits under her belt from her days with the band Fleetwood Mac but a solo catalog that’ll have you reminiscing on all the good times!

Location: Downtown - 1 State Farm Drive; Time: 7 p.m.; Date: Monday, May 22; Admission: From $51; Website: accessatlanta.com

Black Sherif

There is a new Sherif in town! The Ghanaian singer and rapper is coming to The Masquerade – Hell this week. Initially gaining popularity in 2021 with his song “First Sermon,” Black Sherif has amassed more than a handful of hits, along with more than a million Instagram followers and counting.

Location: Downtown - 50 Lower Alabama Street #110; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Wednesday, May 24; Admission: From $45; Website: accessatlanta.com

Bryson Tiller

The moment we’ve all been waiting for! It’s been nearly six years since the R&B sensation has toured and now, we’ll get to see Bryson Tiller up close and personal at the Coca-Cola Roxy. Since it’s been so long, I know there is a lot of musical magic that’ll be happening on the stage that night.

Location: Cobb - 800 Battery Ave SE #500; Time: 8:30 p.m.; Date: Friday, May 26; Admission: From $161; Website: accessatlanta.com

Ed Sheeran

To experience an Ed Sheeran show is to experience true talent! Fans will be in for a treat at Mercedes-Benz Stadium when the singer/songwriter shows off not only his vocal abilities but his gift for playing several instruments.

Location: Downtown - 1 AMB Dr NW; Time: 6 p.m.; Date: Saturday, May 27; Admission: From $39; Website: accessatlanta.com

Charlie Puth

The four-time Grammy-nominated hitmaker Charlie Puth is headed to the Cadence Bank Amphitheatre. Puth hasn’t racked up Grammy nominations for no reason - his 2018 Grammy-nominated album, “Voicenotes,” was RIAA Certified Gold only four days after its release and has earned over 5.6 billion streams worldwide.

Location: Northeast - 4469 Stella Dr NW; Time: 7:30; Date: Sunday, May 28; Admission: From $21.50; Website: accessatlanta.com

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