5 must-see concerts in Atlanta this week

State Farm Arena Sign on August 25, 2022
Brandon McKeown

“Hey Siri, remind me to buy concert tickets this week!”

That’s all you need to say to your phone today. Don’t leave your friends out of the mix, make sure you let them know that there are tons of shows that you can enjoy together this week.


The South Korean rapper and producer, using the stage name based on his own zodiac sign, will be making his way to Center Stage this week. We will get to enjoy all his music that showcases his diverse personality and unique tones.

Location: Midtown - 1374 W Peachtree St NW; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Tuesday, March 21; Admission: From $40; Website: accessatlanta.com

Fana Hues

Singer-songwriter Fana Hues is bringing her miracle talent to Vinyl. Why do I call it a miracle talent you ask? When she was a child, illness took away her voice for almost five years. Once it came back, she’s been belting out beautiful notes ever since!

Location: Midtown - 1374 W Peachtree St NW; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Wednesday, March 22; Admission: From $18; Website: accessatlanta.com

Stray Kids

The South Korean boy band that has all the fans screaming is taking the State Farm Arena stage! We’ll get to hear the hits like “CASE 143,” “MANIAC,” and “Thunderous.”

Location: Downtown – 1 State Farm Drive; Time: 7:30 p.m.; Date: Wednesday, March 22, Admission: From $300; Website: ticketmaster.com

Tye Tribbett

Are you ready to praise and party all at the same time? That’s exactly what you’ll be doing during Tye Tribbett’s show at the Tabernacle! The Grammy award-winning gospel singer has been in the industry for more than 20 years, so you know he has plenty of hits to perform!

Location: Downtown - 152 Luckie St NW; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Thursday, March 23; Admission: From $39.50; Website: livenation.com

The Pink Stones

The country-rock group from Athens, Georgia is ready to rock out at The Earl! During the show, you’ll probably catch their first single, “Blueberry Dream,” the romantic “Put Me On,” or the darkly comic take on love and obsession, “Shiny Bone.” Regardless of what they perform, you’ll be dancing all night!

Location: East - 488 Flat Shoals Ave SE; Time: 8 p.m.; Date: Sunday, March 26; Admission: From $15; Website: accessatlanta.com

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