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  • Sting

    Feb 27, 2017

  • Cold War Kids

    Mar 7, 2017

  • Young The Giant

    Mar 9 - 10, 2017

  • The Head and The Heart

    Mar 12, 2017

  • Bryan Ferry

    Mar 14, 2017

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Sting

February 27, 2017

Ex-Police man and all round pop icon Sting has produced some of the most indelible popular songs of the past forty years, from 'Roxanne' and 'Walking on the Moon' to 'Fields of Gold' and 'Englishman in New York'. Alongside his hits, Sting has never been afraid of taking some more left-field turns, such as his flute music albums and his foray into Broadway musicals with The Last Ship.

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Cold War Kids

March 7, 2017

Alternative rockers and indie darlings Cold War Kids head out on a new tour in Spring 2017, in support of their forthcoming sixth studio albums, their first since 2014's Hold My Home. Known for their jangling guitar riffs and heartfelt lyrics, CWK cite influences are far ranging as Fiona Apple to Led Zepplin, which all comes together in a blues-rock infused jamfest.

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Young The Giant

March 9 - 10, 2017

The California-based indie rockers are headed out on a national tour, in support of their third studio album Home of the Strange. First coming to widespread prominence in 2010, their debut album was recorded old-school style, with a focus on only recording material that they could faithfully recreate for a live audience. Having supported various acts through the last few years, this headlining tour is set to be a big pull for fans of SoCal indie rock.

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The Head and The Heart

March 12, 2017

Indie folk darlings The Head and The Heart released their their latest album Signs of Light this year. Featuring the infectious lead single 'All We Ever Knew', it's the follow-up to their major label debut from 2013, Let's Be Still.

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Bryan Ferry

March 14, 2017

As the sartorially elegant front-man of Roxy Music, Bryan Ferry's rich, innovate and stylistic songs have become as iconic as the man himself, with themes that invoke hopeless romance and futurism, with an undeniably nostalgic ribbon running through them.

Tabernacle

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152 Luckie Street, Atlanta, GA 30303

  • Year opened: 1911
  • Capacity: 2600

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