The city of Chamblee is closing out its summer concert series with live performances from chart-topping rock and country musicians.
Atlanta-based, folk-rock band Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ is headlining the 2023 Chamblee Summer Concert Series finale on Aug. 4 at 6:30 p.m. at Chamblee City Hall, located at 3518 Broad St.
“The inductees to the Georgia Music Hall of Fame Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ has an arsenal of songs, a full tank of gas, and will close out the Chamblee Summer Concert Series with some help from Grammy-nominated, country singer Chuck Mead,” said Chamblee officials. “B98.5’s Tad Lemire will serve as the emcee for the evening.”
Attendees will be permitted to bring coolers to the event; however, coolers must be smaller than 30 quarts and outside alcoholic beverages are prohibited, stated officials.
The concert finale comes on the heels of Chamblee allowing visitors 21 and older to openly carry and consume alcoholic beverages in its entertainment district, which extends from Ingersoll Rand Drive to McGaw Drive.
In accordance with the rules in the city’s new entertainment district, alcohol purchased from any alcohol-licensed establishment located in the district must display the establishment’s name or logo and a sticker designated from the city authorizing the drink for outdoor consumption in the specified district area, according to Chamblee’s website.
Admission for the concert is free and food and beverage vendors will be on site.
Officials stated that parking will be “very limited” for the event and using rideshare options, such as Uber or Lyft, is “highly encouraged.” Limited parking specifically for this event will be available at Winter Construction, located at 5616 Peachtree Road, stated officials. Golf carts and motorized vehicles (with the exception of wheelchairs) are not allowed on the premises, according to officials.
For more information, visit chambleerocks.net and chambleega.gov or contact Chamblee Special Events Coordinator Katie Sears at email@example.com.