The Fox Theater, Atlanta

Atlanta’s Fox Theatre, originally the Yaarab Temple Shrine Mosque, was designed in the late 1920’s as headquarters for the 5,000-member Shriner’s organization. It was a beautifully outlandish, opulent, grandiose monument to the heady excesses of the pre-crash 1920’s, a mosque-like structure complete with minarets, onion domes, and an interior decor which was even more lavish than its facade. Visit: www.foxtheatre.org/


The Melting Point, Athens

The Melting Point is an intimate concert venue located in the beautiful Foundry Park Inn & Spa in Athens, Ga – widely known as the live music capital of the Southeast. With impeccable sound and an aggressive booking strategy, The Melting Point will play host to the very best musicians in the nation and offer patrons a unique, front row listening experience. Visit http: www.meltingpointathens.com/


The Livewire Music Hall, Savannah

From Southern Rock to hiphop, from hard rock to reggae, Live Wire prides itself on bringing you a wide array of not only musicians, but musical genres as well. After all, this is a music hall. Live Wire atmosphere for everyone. Check out the live entertainment on the stage from our main bar, or duck into the room next door for some chitchat and relaxation. Laidback and more intimate, the upstairs bar features a stage and some very interesting artwork. Visit: www.livewiremusichall.com/


The Tabernacle, Atlanta

The Tabernacle in Atlanta is the former Luckie Street Church and, during the 1996 Olympics, The House of Blues. When House of Blues left town, the venue stood empty for a while until it was taken over by Concert Southern. It can be found at 152 Luckie St. in downtown Atlanta and it holds 2500 people. When full, the place is an amazing venue to see a band. See: www.tabernacleatl.com/