2024 Tour of Homes: April 26-28 | Festival: Sat April 27 & Sun April 28

Music. 3 stages. 2 full days.

Sat April 27 | 11am - 7:45pm
Sun April 28 | 11am - 6:30pm

Rock,  Jazz, Blues, Cajun, Folk, Indie, Soul, R&B, Latin, Bluegrass, Funk, Americana
and so much more…

Music Schedule

Check back soon for the full schedule.

Delta Park

Photo of the 4 band members in front of a lush green hedges.
The BorderCollies
Celtic/Folk
11:45am-12:45pm

The BorderCollies are a contemporary Celtic band featuring a unique blend of traditional Celtic and folk influences in their music with traditional instrumentation and two female lead vocals.

KHALIKO

KHALIKO is a powerhouse rock n’ roll trio from Atlanta, GA. Exciting riffs and sweet
melodies capture audiences in electric performance.

Call Me Spinster
Indie Rock
2:00pm-3:00pm

“They’re an Indie Rock Andrews Sisters armed with more instruments and grit. Amelia Graber Jacobs alongside Rachel and Rosalie Graber are Call Me Spinster. The trio come loaded with the traditional guitar and bass, adding banjo, mandolin, ukulele, glockenspiel, harmonica, and ‘trash percussion’ to zip through clever Pop, the instrumentation on their self-titled EP an exclamation point on the bright, airy, and at times Doo Wop vocals.” -The Alternate Root

Blair Crimmins

Blair Crimmins began his current music career in Atlanta, Georgia, with a drive to bring Ragtime and 1920’s style Dixieland Jazz to new audiences. While playing small rock clubs around the Southeast he developed a sound that is at once modern while being deeply rooted in the past. He has toured the U.S and Italy playing festivals and has opened for acts such as Preservation Hall Jazz Band and Old Crow Medicine show. Crimmins was the critics pick for Best Song Writer of 2013 in Creative Loafing’s Best of ATL issue.

Georgia State Jazz Band

The Jazz Band at Georgia State is a renowned ensemble that is well-regarded for its exceptional musical performances. Composed of talented and passionate musicians, the band showcases a diverse range of jazz styles, including swing, bebop and fusion. The group regularly performs at various events, both on and off campus and has garnered a reputation for its electrifying and soulful performances. Led by experienced and skilled faculty members, the jazz band at Georgia State is a testament to the university’s commitment to excellence in the arts.

Luke Simmons & the Lovestruck

Luke Simmons & the Lovestruck is a soul/blues band from Chattanooga, TN with members from all over
the musical spectrum that are able to bring high energy performances and powerful, commanding
vocals often compared to Leon Bridges, Allen Stone, and Gary Clark Jr. The band’s front-man, Luke
Simmons, writes their music using his life of bittersweet lows, to soaring highs to inspire him, and that in
turn fuels them to put on an electrifying and earnest performace. They recently recorded their first EP
named “Now Presenting” and released their latest single, “How High” currently streaming on all
platforms that will have you shouting HALLELUJAH by the end.

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The Nowhere Men

The Nowhere Men take you on a magical musical journey, joyfully embracing the diverse eras of Beatles music in a celebration that will have you dancing and singing along. They dare to take on performances of the complex material that the Beatles never performed live. Get back to Delta Park and come together to see them here (not there, not everywhere). Don’t let them down!

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