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2024 Mable House Barnes Amphitheatre Concert Series Unveils Lineup and Tickets Now Available


2024 Mable House Barnes Amphitheatre Concert Series Unveils Lineup and Tickets Now Available

Excitement is in the air as the 2024 Mable House Barnes Amphitheatre Concert Series tickets have officially gone on sale. With an electrifying lineup spanning from May to September, music enthusiasts are gearing up for a summer filled with unforgettable performances under the starlit Georgia sky.

The eagerly anticipated concert series promises a diverse array of musical genres, ensuring there’s something for everyone. From R&B to hip-hop, jazz to soul, the stage is set to come alive with talent from across the musical spectrum.

Kicking off the series on May 4th are the soulful sounds of Will Downing and Chrisette Michelle, setting the stage for what promises to be an incredible season of music. As the weeks progress, concert-goers can look forward to performances by legendary artists such as Con Funk Shun, Atlantic Starr, Lakeside, Juvenile, Bun B, DJ Quik, and the Ying Yang Twins, among others.

But the excitement doesn’t stop there. The series boasts an impressive lineup of headliners including Tamar Braxton, Silk, Brian Culbertson, Eric Darius, Gregory Porter, Najee, Jeffrey Osborne, After 7, Lalah Hathaway, and Eric Roberson, just to name a few.

For those with a taste for nostalgia, July brings a blast from the past with performances by Midnight Star, SOS Band, Mikki Howard, and Glenn Jones. And hip-hop aficionados won’t want to miss out on the July 6th show featuring KRS One, Big Daddy Kane, Slick Rick, Mr. Cheeks, and Nice & Smooth.

As the summer heats up, so does the lineup with Stephanie Mills, The Whispers, 8 Ball & MJG, Scarface, Too Short, Trick Daddy, and Nappy Roots taking the stage in August. And closing out the series with a flourish are acts like Musiq Soulchild, Raheem Devaughn, Russell Thompkins Jr. and The New Stylistics, Harold Melvin’s Blue Notes, Enchantment, Blue Magic, and Lenny Williams.

But the grand finale comes on September 1st with an epic lineup featuring Doug E. Fresh, Rakim, EPMD, Chubb Rock, and Monie Love, ensuring the series ends on a high note.

With more shows to be announced in the coming weeks, the 2024 Mable House Barnes Amphitheatre Concert Series promises to be a summer to remember. So grab your tickets now and get ready to experience the magic of live music under the stars. We can’t wait to see you there!

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