IN THE ATTIC BAR
ATLANTA’S MOST VENERABLE LOCAL ENTERTAINMENT VENUE
The Attic Bar features unique live entertainment featuring local music, performers, and more! The bar opens at 5 pm Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, and our full dinner menu is available there during those hours. Seating is limited, so reservations are suggested and walk-ins are accommodated when available.
Tickets are $5 per person and a credit card is required to reserve them. Credit cards are charged for reservations upon arrival or cancellations made the day of the event (walk-ins are charged upon admission).
Entertainment inquiries may be sent to email@example.com.
Thursday May 19th
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Gwen Hughes Jazz
Friday May 20th
Gwen Hughes is an American jazz singer, songwriter and actress. Primarily based in Atlanta, Georgia, United States, she has developed a fan base both regionally and abroad with her jazz-flavored ensembles, including "The Retro Jazz Kats," "The Continental Dance Orchestra," and the European-based "Mono".
08:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Thursday May 26th
Music has always propelled “T”. From his formative years in the church in southern Virginia to stages across the Southeast, music is intertwined with his soul. Spending his first decade in Atlanta as the frontman for the Alternative Rock band The Commitaphobics, T. began playing solo around 2015 with an emphasis on live looping (recording of various musical phrases) as a way to improve his guitar skills. It didn’t take long for success to cultivate as requests for his solo performances quickly outnumbered his band gigs. Taking audiences from a distortion fueled “Lonely Boy” by The Black Keys to a soulful “Let’s Stay Together” by Al Green, T. and his eclectic list of songs win over audiences each time he takes the stage.
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Wes Yoakam "1 Man Show"
Friday May 27th
Wes began his professional music career in the fertile music ground of Athens, GA. He was the founder of “Catfish Jenkins” a rock/pop group that released their first cd “Normaltown”, (produced by Athens legend John Keane) through Birmingham, AL-based Kudzu Records.The band sold out the local 1000 seat Georgia Theater consistently and toured the country from Georgia to New York to Colorado to Michigan and back again. The band was included on the AWARE II compilation along with Hootie and the Blowfish, Edwin McCain, the Verve Pipe, and Vertical Horizon which garnered them national attention. Lead track “The Wishing Time”, received college and AAA airplay, and the band toured and performed with Toad the Wet Sprocket, The Samples, Blues Traveler, Cowboy Mouth, The Freddy Jones Band, Jupiter Coyote and many others at clubs, theaters, and big festivals like Atlanta’s Music Midtown, and Birmingham’s City Stages