Fugitives. The act meets for the first time in 15 years to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the release of its flagship release “The Score”. 8 p.m. on March 17. $ 49.50 to $ 500. State Farm Arena, 1 State Farm Drive, Atlanta. statefarmarena.com.
John Mayer. The former Atlanta has insolently titled his 2022 dates the “Sob Rock” tour which is also the name of his latest album. 7:30 p.m. April 8-9. $ 49.50 to $ 199.50. State Farm Arena, 1 State Farm Drive, Atlanta. statefarmarena.com.
Travel, Toto. So many hits, so little time with this pleasant combo of rockers from the 1970s / 1980s. 7:30 p.m. on April 25. $ 60.50 – $ 160. State Farm Arena, 1 State Farm Drive, Atlanta. ticketmaster.com.
Tim McGraw. At 54, the country superstar can still pull off the super tight shirt routine. 7 p.m. May 13. $ 69.50 – $ 159.50. Ameris Bank Amphitheater, 2200 Encore Parkway, Alpharetta. concerts.livenation.com.
Don McLean. The singer-songwriter celebrates the 50th anniversary of his classic hit “American Pie”. 7:30 p.m. May 13. $ 45- $ 125. Atlanta Symphony Hall, 1280 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta. ticketmaster.com.
Cold game. The British group plans to power its shows with renewable energy and low emissions, including the installation of solar panels in each room. 7:30 a.m. on June 11. $ 54.50 and more. Mercedes-Benz Arena, 1 AMB Drive NW Atlanta. ticketmaster.com.
New Kids On The Block. This latest “Mixtape” tour also features other acts of nostalgia such as Salt-N-Pepa, Rick Astley and En Vogue. 7:30 p.m. July 7. $ 34.95 to $ 209.95. State Farm Arena, 1 State Farm Drive, Atlanta. ticketmaster.com.
Keith Urbain. The country star has a new album to promote but will certainly intersperse several of his big hits. 7 p.m. October 8. $ 29.50 to $ 169.50. State Farm Arena, 1 State Farm Drive, Atlanta. ticketmaster.com.
Alzheimer music festival. Acts include Drivin N Cryin, Cracker, and Arrested Development. February 5. $ 30 to $ 150. Buckhead Theater, 3110 Roswell Road, NE, Atlanta. alzheimersmusicfest.org.
Festival of trembling knees. Headliners are Green Day (Friday), Nine Inch Nails (Saturday) and My Morning Jacket (Sunday). Other acts include Billy Idol, Chvrches, Khruangbin, and Death Cab For Cutie. From April 29 to May 1. Day passes start at $ 100 and three-day passes start at $ 205. Central Park in Old Fourth Ward, Atlanta. shakyknees.festival.com.
420 Freshwater Festival. Numbers include Snoop Dogg, Trey Anastasio Band, The String Cheese Incident and Umphrey’s McGee. April 29-May 1. Prices for three-day tickets start at $ 158. Centennial Olympic Park, 265 Park Ave. NW, Atlanta. sweetwater42fest.com.
“It’s us.” NBC, January 4. Take out the Kleenex once more for the woes of the Pearson family.
“Joe Millionaire.” Fox, January 6. The 2003 version of this whimsical reality show drew a spooky 40 million viewers. The times have changed. And women this time won’t be chasing a millionaire. Instead, they have a choice of two men, but only a is actually rich.
“Peacemaker.” HBO Max, January 13. John Cena brings back his character from “Suicide Squad” with a new team which includes Robert Patrick, native of Marietta, as father.
“How I met your father.” Hulu, January 19. A sequel to the original CBS series “How I Met Your Mother” features a new cast and a big name: Hilary Duff.
“Ozark.” Netflix, January 21. The Jason Bateman / Laura Linney drama spent most of 2021 on the Atlanta subway filming the fourth and final season. The final 14 episodes will be split into two, with the first seven coming out on January 21.
” Golden age “. HBO, January 24. This is the first big budget HBO series of 2022 and stars Cynthia Nixon and Christine Baranski, set in the 1880s. As HBO notes, it was “a time of immense economic change, of great conflict. between old ways and brand new systems, and huge fortunes made and lost â.
“Monarch.” Fox, January 30. Fox’s biggest midseason bet, shot on the Atlanta subway and set in Nashville, centers on a large, fictional country family led by characters played by Susan Sarandon and Trace Adkins.
“Pam and Tammy.” Hulu, February 2. A scripted version of when someone leaked Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee’s honeymoon sex tape in 1995.
“The thing about Pam.” NBC, March 8. Renee Zellweger stars in this limited crime series based on the creepy murder of Betsy Faria in 2011.
Trevor Noah. The host of the “Daily Show” is also a stand-up artist who thinks on his feet. 8 p.m. on January 14. $ 79.50 to $ 129.50. State Farm Arena, 1 State Farm Drive, Atlanta. ticketmaster.com
Russell Peters. The popular Canadian stand-up artist and actor plans to address the culture of cancellation, aging and the current state of the world. 8 p.m. on January 15. $ 49.75 to $ 109.75. Fox Theater, 660 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta. foxtheatre.org
Tig Notaro. This original stand-up artist is one of the first comedians to come to the new oriental venue. 7 p.m. on January 25. $ 37.50 to $ 47.50. The Eastern, 777 Memorial Drive SE, Building C, Atlanta. axs.com
Jeff Foxworthy. Atlanta’s own returns to one of his favorite places in his hometown. 8 p.m. on February 5. $ 19.95 to $ 229. Fox Theater, 660 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta. foxtheatre.org
Hassan Minhaj. The comic has a new one-man show “The King’s Jester” four years after its last Netflix special. 7 p.m. on February 20. $ 34.50 to $ 179.50. Fox Theater, 660 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta. foxtheatre.org.
Steve Martin and Martin Short. The two comedy veterans from Hulu’s “Only Murders in the Building” are returning to the Fox Theater together for the third time. 7:30 p.m. March 6. $ 50.25 – $ 225.25. Fox Theater, 660 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta. foxtheatre.org
Jay Leno. The former host of “Tonight Show” is headlining a program postponed by the pandemic. April 23. $ 55 to $ 145. Cobb Energy Center for the Performing Arts, 2800 Cobb Galleria Parkway, Atlanta. cobbenergycentre.com
Tim Allen. The star of the sitcom “Home Improvement” and “Last Man Standing” returns to his stand-up roots. June 3. $ 44 to $ 85. Cobb Energy Center for the Performing Arts, 2800 Cobb Galleria Parkway, Atlanta. ticketmaster.com.