Horrible nosebleed seats for the price. Shame on PBS for having this section for their supporters ...I will no longer support this station. He should have performed at the FOX.
This was truly an amazing event! Shaundraey Carmichael really did her thing! The movie is also great and will be a big hit on the big screen i think!
I can't really understand why admission to these facial hair competitions is so expensive.
I find Charles Keiger's work pedestrian and derivative. It is based in subjective and laughable surrealism, all stolen from the greats and reduced here for consumption for those he thinks do not know his influences. A sad example of modern "surrealistic" art - (f)art for the simpleminded who "love pretty horsies." Honestly, get some Grant Wood and do yourself a favor.
The Apex pays homage to the tremendous contributions and contributions of Atlanta's African-American community. Serves as a cultural icon and reminder of that community's overall importance in Atlanta's growth, development, expansion and recognition as an international city. Great artwork and artifacts.
The Apex Museum is a hidden treasure in downtown Atlanta in the Historic Auburn Ave district. This museum is rich with African American Artifacts and history. This is an excellent display of African American historical information and the rich history of downtown Atlanta as well as Auburn Ave.
Tickets are for sale at the door. Find me on Facebook for more info : Todd Pullen
$5 tickets available in person or via phone, use discount code: FRIENDS OF MUSIC
If you like the Rolling Stones you have GOT TO SEE the Jagged Stones!
Atlanta's own, The Jagged Stones, will be making a special appearance giving you a 3 song treat of their amazing Rolling Stones Tribute show. The band is thrilled to be a part of this wonderful event to benefit Poverty is Real. -- Cheers Keef
Unfortunately not possible to give no stars. Waited almost an hour for a 2:30 reservation. Cold dried out food slapped on table. No serving spoons for sides. Food was awful. Atmosphere was worse than a mall food court. Way under staffed. Really, realy, realy bad experience for us;money making bonanza for Rosebud. Shame on you.
Enoch King is hilarious. His facial expressions say it all. Although it's gratuitously gay centric at times, it's a good alternative to many movies.
Very Interactive. We had a Blast!
I was so pleased to see Johnny Marr he is a truly gifted guitar player! I went with my wife who has been a Smiths fan since the early 1980's. She never thought she would ever see those wonderful tunes such as " How Soon is Now" we were 8 feet away center of the Stage! Thank you Johnny Marr for making her dream come true that night!! Thirty years and she got to wittness Johnny Fuckin Marr!!! Thank you Again!! Edward from Kennesaw
This was an awesome show, Marr is a great showman and it was a rare chance to see a true rock star, though perhaps known only to a select audience, in such a small setting. Highlights of the show were last two encore songs, Getting Away With It from Marr's band Electronic, and There is a Light from the Smiths.
Two of the best Dead cover bands in Atlanta pair up for an strong dose of psychedelic music and take advantage of the new sound and lighting systems RLC - steal your face right off your head!
Get ready kids! You ain't seen nothing like Rootstand. Tie up those dancing and get ready for one of the best shows in the United States. No Kidding!!!! I know these guys well and they are a band on the rise. Brant and the boys are sure to set the place on fire when they drop anchor at the Red Light.
With all of our Northern Michigan blessings please take good care of our pride and dancing joy ROOTSTAND!!!!
this band is KILLER! saw them at Bear Creek last weekend... and wow. powerful stuff.
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