What are you doing in metro Atlanta, Georgia this weekend? This weekend is going to be super hot in the city and here are our picks for the best of the best things to do!
Friday Night Live
1380 Atlantic Dr
Atlanta, GA 30363
Call (404) 733-1221
Rock out in Central Park EVERY Friday with live music from some of Atlanta’s best bands!! Each week a new, up and coming artist will perform on the stages in Central Park from 7-9:30PM. Performances will consist of genres from country to rock to jazz to blues. See you there!
May 25th- No Friday Night Live tonight
June 1st- Sound Barrier (Air Force Band)
June 8th- Kenee Maree and Friends
June 15th- The Buggs
June 22nd- Brother Grey with opener: Summer Dare
June 29th- Graham’s Number
755 Hank Aaron Dr SW
Atlanta, GA 30315
Call (404) 249-6400
- First Pitch: 7:15 p.m.
- Concert begins at the conclusion of the game
- Admission to the post-game concert is included with your paid game ticket
- Tickets available from $13 – $95
- Concert seating is general admission
The Braves are excited to welcome five-time Grammy nominee and Decatur, GA native, B.o.B to Turner Field on Saturday, June 16 for a FREE concert following the Braves vs. Orioles game.
Watch B.o.B up close from the infield with a VIP Field Pass. There is no better way to enjoy a concert at Turner Field! This pass does not include your game ticket. Game ticket must be purchased separately.
June 16 – September 16, 2012
Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA)
Skate It or Hang It!? will be held at the Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) from June 16, 2012 to September 16, 2012.
The exhibition — which kicks off with on June 16, 2012 with a day-long celebration called Skate Peachtree — will examine the visual aspects skateboarding, a sport important to contemporary youth culture since the 1970s, by presenting a broad range of styles, imagery, and visual expression in skateboard art.
With a broad focus on skateboard graphics—in particular the styles and methods used to embellish skateboard decks—the exhibition will appeal to a broad range of skateboarders, designers, artists and to Atlanta’s youth in general.
For more information about the exhibition and associated events, click here.