The city of Sandy Springs will run its free 2019 summer concert series from May 24 until Sept. 27.
Photo: City of Sandy Springs
Photo: City of Sandy Springs

Sandy Springs free 2019 summer concert lineup has bluegrass to jazz

If you can’t beat the summer heat, at least you can enjoy it. That’s the theory behind the Sandy Springs free 2019 summer concert series lineup.

The city in north Fulton County has announced that its Friday night concerts start May 24 and end Sept. 27 under the name City Springs Live.

The food trucks get to City Springs at 6:30 p.m. and bands hit the stage at 7:30 p.m.


See what the lineups are like in AlpharettaJohns Creek and Roswell


The series will have everything from Grateful Dead cover band Cosmic Charlie to an Eagles cover band named 7 Bridges Road in addition to jazz groups and southern rock outfits.

Click here to learn more about the bands, and check out the full line-up below:

May 24 – Steep Canyon Rangers, bluegrass

May 31 – 7 Bridges Road, Eagles cover band

June 14 – Cosmic Charlie, Grateful Dead cover band

June 21 –Band of Oz, “beach music”

June 28 – Savannah Jack, country


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July 26 – Big Sam’s Funky Nation, funk and jazz

Aug. 2 – The Sundogs

Aug. 16 – The Vegabonds, southern rock, and The Trongone Band, soul

Aug. 30 – Ruby Velle, soul, and Delta Moon, blues

Sept. 27 – Shawn Mullins, alternative rock


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