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152 Luckie Street, Atlanta, GA 30303

Year opened: 1911
Capacity: 2600

Upcoming Highlights

  • Wilco

    Opens Feb 10

  • Breaking Benjamin & Starset

    Feb 18, 2016

  • Leon Bridges

    Mar 1, 2016

  • Future

    Mar 4, 2016

  • Adam Lambert

    Mar 8, 2016


February 10-11, 2016

Since forming in 1994, Wilco have amassed one of the most respected catalogues in modern American rock. With songwriter Jeff tweedy at the forefront, the band have comfortably dabbled in Americana, folk and even electronica over the course of their nine studio albums.

Breaking Benjamin & Starset

February 18, 2016

Blending the prog operatics of Muse with the electro-tinged angst of Nine Inch Nails, Breaking Benjamin have swiftly become one of America's leading rock bands. Capable of summoning crunching riffs that explode into soaring choruses seemingly at will, the Pennsylvania five-piece unleashed their latest record Dark before Dawn in 2015.

Leon Bridges

March 1, 2016

The young Texan "Coming Home" singer is going on tour this summer in support of his debut album. The gospel and soul singer harks back to an older time, with a strong emphasis on 1960s rhythm and blues. He has gained national press attention for his work, with The Wall Street Journal describing him as a "throwback to '60s-soul a la Otis Redding and Sam Cooke". He also makes a point of performing in vintage clothing from the era, making his act a true throwback to nostalgic times.


March 4, 2016

Atlanta's Future is hitting the road in support of third record Dirty Sprite 2, a spiritual follow-up to his 2011 mixtape Dirty Sprite. One of the rap world's most sonically experimental artist, Future is know for lushly textured soundscapes, over which he layers his generously autotuned, introspective lyrics.

Adam Lambert

March 8, 2016

After coming to fame on American Idol's eighth season, Lambert has gone from strength to strength, with his third studio album, last year's The Original High, drawing in influences from the worlds of synthpop and EDM to create a collection of mature and funky pop. The album's lead single 'Ghost Town' drew acclaim for its melding of Lamber's glam rock image and dark house beats by the critics.

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