If you’re sick of the bar scene and you want a more old-fashioned date night experience, consider going to the drive-in theater.
Kick around a few beers with your friends while watching the World Cup at these Atlanta bars.
There are two schools of thought on how to tackle the final day of a music festival. You can (1) Take it easy and rest up a bit. After all, you have a long car […]
Day 2 of any music festival can start out kind of rough. Did you stay out until the sun came up partying? Did you overdo it on the drinks? Did you forget to reapply sunscreen? […]
Music festivals can be a test of character. Non-stop partying, camping, dehydration, sunburns and not bathing for four days is sort of the norm and generally paints the picture for most fest experiences. Hangout Fest? […]
Hangout Fest is beautiful experience. The beaches! The seafood (if you’re not a vegetarian)! The main stages! The pretty girls! I could go on, but you get the idea: A music festival on the beach […]
The pop dance culture still lives in Atlanta. If you want to get out and groove to some good old fashioned pop, here is where you can do it in the metro area.
“You can plan a pretty picnic but you can’t predict the weather” #Outkast20 @cntrpntmusic — Outkast (@Outkast) April 27, 2014 The CounterPoint Curse is real. Extreme weather is a music festival’s worst enemy, but the […]
Attention people of the internet: I survived the second day of CounterPoint! I woke up on Saturday around 8 in the morning, which might sound early given the late night activities from Friday, but the second the […]
It’s getting difficult not to feel spoiled by living in Atlanta. We were already a main stop for tour routing for our favorite bands and artists, but in 2012 the festival circuit took a keen […]
It was a legendary night at Hail Mary in Grayson last week. Join us at Dillons (850 Dogwood Rd., Lawrenceville, GA 30044) on April 6th for an awesome time.