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  • The War On Drugs

    Sep 26, 2017

  • Father John Misty

    Sep 27, 2017

  • Foster the People

    Sep 30, 2017

  • 2 Chainz

    Oct 4, 2017

  • LeCrae

    Oct 5, 2017

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The War On Drugs

September 26, 2017

Philly natives The War On Drugs mix the delicate angularities of Indie-Rock, Americana, Shoegaze and Post-Punk Psychedelia to form a new kind of American Rock, the frontier of which they share with Young, Dylan, Springsteen and Knopfler. Unafraid of catchy hooks, driving guitar rhythms and a synth pad or two, the band's heartland sound evokes Kerouac's open road with a Prog twist. They now hit the road themselves on another massive tour of the US.

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Father John Misty

September 27, 2017

Tall and handsome, with a stage presence that veers between Nick Cave and Johnny Cash, J. Tillman is bringing his acclaimed incarnation, Father John Misty to a town near. The one time Fleet Foxes drummer has been steadily releasing solo records since 2004, but it was as Father John that things started to make sense. Conceived after a psychedelic desert experience in the desert deserving of Gram Parsons or one of his Laurel Canyon peers, the sound of Father John Misty is part old school country misery, part retro folk and a whole lot of sardonic wit.

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Foster the People

September 30, 2017

The indie pop pedallers of sun drenched Californian cool tour their brand new album, Lotus Eater. Buoyed by the success of 2010's super viral super smash hit, 'Pumped up Kicks', Foster the People head quickly became the sound of the summer, and followed up that success with 2014's sophomore album 'Supermodel'. Catch their unique dance infused pop and beaming melodies at a venue near you!

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2 Chainz

October 4, 2017

Georgia's 2 Chainz (aka one of Drake's favorite rappers of all time) is back on the road in support of his fourth album, the gloriously titled Pretty Girls Like Trap Music. Featuring the stellar first single Big Amount (which features Drake), it also boasts guest spots from Pharrell, Travis Scott, Gucci Mane, and Swae Lee​, and continues 2 Chainz ascension to the top of hip-hop's roster.

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LeCrae

October 5, 2017

As modern pop-culture purveys the pursuit of hedonism, the mainstream success of a rapper who champions faith, monogamy and spiritual wellbeing seems highly unlikely, yet Christian rapper LeCrae has beat the odds with multiple chart-topping albums and a Grammy award to his name.

Tabernacle

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152 Luckie Street, Atlanta, GA 30303

  • Year opened: 1911
  • Capacity: 2600

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