Punk rock fans throughout the greater Atlanta region should check out Flogging Molly live in concert, this Wednesday at the The Tabernacle.
The Los Angeles based Irish-American Celtic punk group has entertained audiences throughout the world since 2000, releasing six independent albums, three of which have landed in the top 10 on the Billboard Modern Rock Charts.
See Flogging Molly Live In Atlanta
The groups most recognizable song “Drunken Lullabies” went gold in the summer of 2009 and since appeared on a variety of Super Bowl commercials and movie soundtracks including The Departed and Boondock Saints.
Those who have had the opportunity to see Flogging Molly live note that their performances are full of energy and excitement, and that neither dissipates at any point during the show.
Their blend of modern and classic punk rock intertwines with folk Celtic music, creating a variety of harmonious melodies that keep everyone on their feet and jamming.
Tickets are still available for Wednesday’s show and start at $65. Fans who are interested in checking out the concert can reserve their seats from Front Row Seats, where we offer all of our customers a 200% buyer guarantee!
- The Likes of You Again
- Screaming at the Wailing Wall
- Guns of Jericho
- Drunken Lullabies
- Saints & Sinners
- The Kilburn High Road
- Requiem for a Dying Song
- Tobacco Island
- Rebels of the Sacred Heart
- Devil’s Dance Floor
- If I Ever Leave This World Alive
- What’s Left of the Flag
- The Seven Deadly Sins
- Salty Dog
Las Vegas, NV
Flogging Molly was absolutely amazing and full of energy! I loved their show and would totally go see them again in a heartbeat.
The vocals were surprisingly great and the band’s energy levels were constantly through the roof.
Favorite Moment: The entire night, dancing with friends, singing along the whole time.
Las Vegas, NV
Again, another great performance by Flogging Molly! Great show and I would definitely go see them again on any night.
The guys played for about two hours, just about covering all of their albums and a few covers.
“Drunken Lullabies” was even more fun singing it live, as loud as possible.
Favorite Moment: The intro to the performance.
We were able to get really close to the band, due to how the venue is laid out. I loved seeing the guys live as I have been a huge fan of their for the last 16 years.
I have seen them before and this was one of their best performances, although I can’t say I have ever seen a poor one.
Favorite Moment: The whole night and everything in between!
Drunken Lullibies – Live At The Greek Theatre