Atlanta Concert Tickets
With July almost over, there are still plenty of great concerts and events taking place throughout Atlanta!
If you're looking to buy Atlanta concert tickets, check out the following artists, bands, and performers who scheduled to appear in 2018.
Atlanta Concert Tickets for The Avett Brothers
The Avett Brothers will also jam out at Fox Theatre for a two-night stint in 2019.
Atlanta Concert Tickets For Collective Soul
Collective Soul makes a stop in Atlanta at the Coca-Cola Roxy in 2019.
Atlanta Concert Tickets For Elton John
Elton John's Farewell Tour will make a two night stop in Atlanta. Head down to State Farm Arena for either night!
Atlanta Concert Tickets For Celine Dion
Celine Dion will perform Atlanta in 2020.
Atlanta Ticket Information
Founded in 1837, Atlanta serves as the capital of Georgia and is the state's most populated city. It is one of the most important commercial, financial, and transportation centers in the southeastern United States.
While the city is home to a number of major corporations such as Coca-Cola, UPS, AT&T Mobility, UPS, Delta Airlines, and Home Depot, it is also an epicenter of sports, theater, music, and art events.
Atlanta boasts 4 major league sports teams, the Braves, Hawks, Atlanta United FC, and Falcons, residing in 3 amazing venues. Several college teams are also located in or near Atlanta, including the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets and the Georgia Bulldogs in nearby Athens, GA.
Turner Field, home to the Atlanta Braves, also hosted the 1996 Summer Olympics. The new home of the Atlanta Braves, Suntrust Park opened its gates in 2017.
State Farm Arena is a state of the art, multi-sports arena, and home of the Atlanta Hawks. Guests can enjoy many dining, shopping, and entertainment options while inside the arena.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium is primarily the home of the Atlanta Falcons but is also home for Atlanta United FC and the yearly NCAA Chic-Fil-A Bowl.
Most Memorable Moments At The Georgia Dome
- 2012 SEC Championship Game-Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Georgia Bulldogs
- 1998 NFC Divisional Playoffs-San Francisco 49ers vs. Atlanta Falcons
- Chicago Bulls vs. Atlanta Hawks 3/27/1998
- 2013 NCAA Men’s Tournament Championship Game-Michigan Wolverines vs. Louisville Cardinals
- Week 7 1994 NFL Season-San Francisco 49ers vs. Atlanta Falcons
- 1997 SEC Championship Game Tennessee Volunteers vs. Auburn Tigers
- 2006 Sugar Bowl Georgia Bulldogs vs. West Virginia Mountaineers
- 7/6/1998-Bill Goldberg vs. Hulk Hogan
- Finger Poke Of Doom 1/4/1999
- Week 2 2011 NFL Season-Philadelphia Eagles vs. Atlanta Falcons
- 2013 Chick-Fil-A-Bowl-Duke Blue Devils vs. Texas A&M Aggies
- 2001 ACC Tournament Semifinal-Maryland Terrapins vs. Duke Blue Devils
- Super Bowl 28-Dallas Cowboys vs. Buffalo Bills
- 2007 NCAA Men’s Tournament Championship Game-Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Florida Gators
- 2008 SEC Championship Game-Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Florida Gators
Atlanta Baseball Tickets
Established in 1966, The Atlanta Braves have served as perennial division leaders with 19 playoff appearances, five pennant victories, and three World Series titles.
The Braves currently own the record for most consecutive divisional championships, dominating the East for 14 straight years from 1991 to 2005.
Atlanta NFL Tickets
The Atlanta Falcons have served as the state’s only professional football team since 1966, winning five division titles, one conference championship, and appearing once at Superbowl XXXIII.
Having played in the world-famous Georgia Dome for over a decade, the team kicked off the 2017 season at the brand new $1.2 billion Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Since Atlanta has hosted two Superbowls (XXVIII and XXXIV) the new stadium is expected to attract more national and international events in the future, including the World Cup.
Atlanta Basketball Tickets
Beginning in 1946, the Atlanta Hawks have produced a number of all-star athletes over the years including:
- Dominque Wilkins
- Bob Pettit
- Al Horford
- Dikembe Mutombo
- Josh Smith
- Paul Milsap
- Moses Malone
- Thabo Sefolosha
- Jeff Teague
- Tim Hardaway JR.
The Hawks have successfully made the playoffs on 37 occasions (fifth-most appearances in the history of the NBA), with only one championship in 1955.
Fans of the Women’s National Basketball League (WBNA) are able to see The Dream play at Phillips Arena.
Atlanta Soccer Tickets
After being selected to host a new Major League Soccer expansion team in April 2014, sports enthusiasts throughout Atlanta can now see the Atlanta United FC play at the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
The Atlanta Chiefs won the championship of the now-defunct North American Soccer League in 1968.
College Sports In Atlanta
The City of Atlanta has a deep-rooted connection with various college sports teams, including football, baseball, basketball, and others.
Georgia Tech Sports Tickets
The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets have 17 unique intercollegiate sports teams that include:
- Track & field
Georgia Tech teams actively compete in the Atlantic Coast Conference and boast the oldest, most utilized on-campus stadium (Bobby Dodd Stadium) for college football in the southern part of the United States.
Georgia State Sports Tickets
Georgia State manages field varsity teams in 16 different sports including football and basketball.
Kennesaw State Sports Tickets
Kennesaw State University offers 17 individual varsity sports that compete in the Atlantic Sun Conference. KSU launched a football team in 2015.
Atlanta Music & Events
Atlanta is a popular tour stop for many big-name acts, performing at venues such as the Phillip’s Arena, Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Chastain Park Amphitheatre, and Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood.
For a more intimate experience, Atlantans and other concertgoers can check out the Fox Theater, Tabernacle, or the Variety Playhouse.
Notable Concerts In Atlanta:
- Billy Joel
- Garth Brooks
- Michael Jackson
- Elton John
- Justin Bieber
- Ray Charles
- The Eagles
Notable Events In Atlanta:
- 1996 Summer Olympics
- WWE Wrestlemania XXVII
- NCAA Final Four Men's Basketball National Championship (2002, 2007 and 2013)
- NCAA Women's Final Four (2003)