Marc Anthony will hit the road in 2021.
Credit: Courtesy Magnus Media
Credit: Courtesy Magnus Media
State Farm Arena (statefarmarena.com): Marc Anthony (Sept. 5); Maluma (Oct. 7); Tame Impala (Oct. 15); Kane Brown with Jordan Davis and Restless Road (Oct. 24); Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin with Sebastián Yatra (Oct. 29); Dan + Shay (Nov. 5).
Infinite Energy Arena (infiniteenergycenter.com): Banda MS (May 21 and June 12); James Taylor and Jackson Browne (Aug. 17); Pepe Aguilar (Oct. 8); MercyMe (Oct. 10); Evanescence and Halestorm (Dec. 2).
Fox Theatre (foxtheatre.org): Brothers Osborne with Travis Denning and Tenille Towns (Oct. 1); All-Star Legends of Hip-Hop with Juvenile, Too Short, 8Ball & MJG, Trina, Trick Daddy and more (Oct. 9); Boz Scaggs (Oct. 24); Sarah Brightman (Dec. 13); Widespread Panic (Dec. 28-31). The venue is planning a reduced-capacity concert in late July to prepare for the Broadway in Atlanta series opener of “Hamilton,” Aug. 24-Sept. 26.
Styx's April concert with the Atlanta Symphony has been moved to June.
Ameris Bank Amphitheatre (livenation.com): Styx and Collective Soul (June 18); Dave Matthews Band (July 27); Korn with Staind (Aug. 8, on sale May 14); Chris Stapleton (Aug. 27, on sale June 11); Phish (July 31-Aug. 1); New Country 101FiveFest with Brantley Gilbert, Lanco, Colt Ford and Lily Rose (Oct. 15); Needtobreathe with Switchfoot and The New Respects (Oct. 30).
Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood (livenation.com): Chris Stapleton (Aug. 28, on sale June 11).
Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park (livenation.com): Wilco and Sleater-Kinney (Aug. 14); Yacht Rock Revival (Aug. 28); Deftones with Gojira (Sept. 4).
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre (cobbenergycentre.com): Justin Moore and Tracy Lawrence (Oct. 21); An Evening of Love with Jeffrey Osborne, Peabo Bryson and Tony Terry (Nov. 19).
Tabernacle (tabernacleatl.com): Rise Against (Aug. 6); Benny the Butcher (Oct. 7); Alec Benjamin (Oct. 11); Ministry with Helmet (Oct. 19); Neck Deep (Nov. 5); Crowder (Nov. 8); Coin (Dec. 3); Milky Chance (Dec. 6).
Drivin N Cryin frontman Kevn Kinney performs at the Fox Theatre Institute benefit concert on Friday, Sept. 13, 2019.
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Coca-Cola Roxy (cocacolaroxy.com): Muscadine Bloodline (May 28-29); Scarypoolparty (June 11); Drivin N Cryin (June 19); Papadosio (June 19 and June 25-26); Louis the Child (Aug. 10); Primus (Aug. 31); Cody Johnson (Sept. 2); Glass Animals (Sept. 8); Rebelution (Sept. 15); Midland (Dec. 11).
Buckhead Theatre (thebuckheadtheatreatl.com): Palaye Royale (July 22); Zoe (Sept. 4); The Steeldrivers (Oct. 2); David Bisbal (Oct. 3); Purity Ring (Nov. 20).
Masquerade (masqueradeatlanta.com): Between the Buried and Me (Aug. 3); Apocalyptica (Aug. 16); Sergio Michel (Sept. 4); Conway the Machine (Sept. 8); The Ocean Blue (Sept. 17); Los Amigos Invisibles (Oct. 15); Middle Kids (Oct. 21); Dinosaur Jr. (Nov. 13); Tech N9ne (Nov. 24); Silverstein (Dec. 3).
Atlanta Symphony Hall (aso.org): One Night of Queen performed by Gary Mullen & The Works (Aug. 22); Alan Parsons Live Project (Sept. 12); Amos Lee with the ASO (Sept. 24); The Monkees with Michael Nesmith and Micky Dolenz (Oct. 8); Chris Botti with the ASO (Nov. 5); David Foster (Dec. 19).
Sheila E. performs during a Prince tribute at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Jan. 26, 2020, in Los Angeles. Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP
Credit: Matt Sayles
Credit: Matt Sayles
City Winery Atlanta (citywinery.com). Socially distanced seating, proof of vaccination required. Jade Bird with Savannah Conley (May 17); OK Cello (May 20); Cedric Burnside (May 21); Vivian Green (May 26-27); Anthony David (June 11-12); Patterson Hood of Drive-By Truckers (June 18); Chante Moore (June 29-July 1); Sheila E. and the E-Train (July 9-10).
Center Stage (centerstage-atlanta.com): Shamarr Allen (July 10, Vinyl); Leonid & Friends (July 22); Alan Cumming and Ari Shapiro (July 23); Nacho (Sept. 21-22); Hoodoo Gurus (Sept. 24); Zucchero (Oct. 21).
Terminal West (terminalwestatl.com): Minnesota with VCTRE (Aug. 28); Lucy Dacus (Sept. 14); Faye Webster (Sept. 30); Dan Deacon (Oct. 9); Tops (Oct. 25); Beach Bunny (Nov. 16).
Variety Playhouse (variety-playhouse.com): The Mountain Goats (Aug. 7); The Lone Bellow (Aug. 14); Julien Baker (Sept. 4); Soccer Mommy with Squirrel Flower (Sept. 15); Meshell Ndegeocello (Sept. 21); the Mavericks (Nov. 5); The Lemonheads (Nov. 7).
Smith’s Olde Bar (smithsoldebar.com): Breaux with Rough Dreams, World Problems (May 21); Caiola (June 10); David Ryan Harris (June 11-12); Kelly Willis and Bruce Robison (June 17); Tammy Hurt’s Sonic Rebel (June 24); Brandy Clark (Nov. 16, on sale TBA); Augustana (Nov. 19, on sale TBA).
Eddie’s Attic (eddiesattic.com): Limited seating. Pony Bradshaw (May 28); Michelle Malone (May 29); Joe Alterman (June 18); Kristy Lee (June 19); The Southern Gothic (June 25); Mary Gauthier (July 9); Kim Richey Aug. 5); John Berry (Sept. 17).
Red Clay Music Foundry (eddieowenpresents.com): Shawn Mullins (May 16, May 23, May 30); Shannon McNally (June 4); Paul Thorn (June 24).
The Earl (badearl.com): Worn-Tin and Small Reactions (July 30); Bully (Aug. 21-22).