To get a dose of serious blues, get yourself over to Blind Willie's. This is well-established blues bar presents a roster of local performers, as well as the occasional visiting big-name act to a crowd that laps it …
A spectacular 1929 movie palace with fanciful Moorish and Egyptian designs. It hosts Broadway shows and concerts in an auditorium holding more than 4500 people. Tours are also available.
In East Atlanta, this is one of the city's best venues for live folk and acoustic music, renowned for breaking local artists; nonsmoking atmosphere seven nights a week.
The indie rocker's pub of choice – with a busy live-music calendar and surprisingly good food.
A smartly booked and well-run concert venue featuring a variety of touring artists. It's the anchor that keeps Little Five Points relevant.
An arts campus hosting the High Museum, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the Alliance Theatre.
Voted Atlanta's best live music venue, it's inside a beautifully revamped 100-year-old iron and steel foundry on the Westside.