The Atlanta suburb of Alpharetta will come alive for this two day festival as shows are presented on stages located throughout the city's downtown area and at the Avalon shopping and entertainment complex.
And good news for the budget-minded; the shows are absolutely free on opening day Oct. 7. Playing that day will be Andrew Ripp, Jimmy LaFave, Across the Wide, Smokin' Novas, Jesse Albright & Foster Blues, Davin McCoy, Adron and Eliot Bronson.
The stars come out on Oct. 8 and for these shows you will need a ticket ($35 advance, $40 at gate.) Appearing will be John Oates of Hall & Oates, Shawn Mullins, Emily Sailers of Indigo Girls, Kristian Bush of Sugarland, John Gorka, Ken Block and Drew Copeland of Sister Hazel, Daphne Willis, Bonnie Bishop, Lilly Winwood, Bill Sheffield, Chuck Cannon and Will Kimbrough with Brigitte DeMeyer. Bronson and LaFave will also reprise their shows on this day.
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