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As the frontman for Manchester Orchestra, an indie rock band based in Atlanta, this is the first time Andy Hull be performing as the lead act at the Fox Theatre. On November 21, Manchester Orchestra will be performing their ninth-annual the Stuffing, a concert held just before the Thanksgiving that this year kicks off their month-long tour with The Front Bottoms.
Drake and Migos are playing at State Farm Arena, Cabbagetown plays host to a chili cook-off at Chomp and Stomp Festival, and Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark are performing My Favorite Murder live at the Fox Theatre.
Hang out with zombies at Walker Stalker Con, dine with some of the city's best chefs at Sunday Supper South, and see a ghost at the Fox Theatre.
Taste of Atlanta returns for a 17th year, Broadway's School of Rock is coming to Fox Theatre, and get your art fix at Brookhaven Arts Festival. Shameless plug: Don't miss our own Best Burger Battle at Lenox Square on Saturday.
Catch Nine Inch Nails at their first Atlanta concert in four years, eat all the cheese your heart could desire, and step inside some very tiny houses.
Just like when Hurricane Irma barreled into Florida this time last year, Atlanta is displaying its Southern hospitality by welcoming evacuees with open arms. Hurricane Florence evacuees, enjoy your stay in Georgia's capital with these discounts and free deals.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z are stopping by Mercedes-Benz Stadium for two days, take your pup on run at Walk, Wag, n' Run 5K and Fun Run, and sing along to Grease and Moana at the Fox Theatre.
The Coca-Cola Summer Film Festival at the Fox Theatre honors the undead with a 50th-anniversary screening of Night of the Living Dead and jack-of-all-cuisines Ford Fry’s Attack of the Killer Tomato Festival challenges local and visiting chefs, mixologists, and farmers to concoct tomato-based treats at the Westside Provisions District.
Bill Clinton and James Patterson wrote a new book, and the former president is coming to Cobb Energy Centre to discuss it. Also don't miss Horizon Theatre's production of Freaky Friday, Big Boi at the Tabernacle, and your chance to rock out at Oakland Cemetery.
U2’s intersections with Atlanta over the years have gone beyond the city as a requisite tour stop. For a band from Europe intent on deconstructing the myth of America, Atlanta—its imperfect icons, its musicians, its leaders—has been a specific, if rarely noticed, part of U2’s journey, not only for the city’s social justice movements of the past but for the present, too. In anticipation of U2’s first Atlanta concert in nine years, two generations of Georgians talk about the band.