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The Fred announces lineup for 20th season

The Frederick Brown Jr. “The Fred” Amphitheater in Peachtree City is proud to announce the 2014 Lexus of South Atlanta Summer Concert Series under the stars. 2014 will be the 20th anniversary of the Summer Concert Series and The Fred is proud to present the following all-star lineup in celebration of this historic event:

May 17- Gladys Knight
June 21- Bruce Hornsby and the Noisemakers
July 12- The Beach Boys
July 26- Michael Bolton
August 2-Arrival-The Music of Abba
September 27-TBA (Will be announced May 24)

Series ticket renewals for existing series ticket holders will take place through March 14. New series tickets will go on sale to the public on March 21 at the Fred Box Office at 9 a.m., and on-line at

Individual tickets may be purchased beginning Monday, March 24 at 9 a.m.. For further information including ticket pricing, visit the web site at or call 770-631-0630.
As a special bonus this year, and in celebration of the 20th anniversary, everyone who purchases a series ticket will receive a free, special designed commemorative T-shirt.
In addition to the six series shows, The Fred has a full lineup of Spotlight Concerts on the schedule. Spotlight concerts include the following:

May 10- Lisa Kelly “The Voice”
June 6- Beyond 5
June 7-Night Fever-The Bee Gees Tribute
July 11- Hotel California-The Original Eagles Tribute Show
September 6-Bret Michaels
September 13-The Rat Pack is Back

“The Fred” box office is located at 201 McIntosh Trail and is open for business Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. On-line ticketing for events is available through Ticket Alternative, or is available through The Fred website For further information regarding the Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater or the concert events, please call 770-631-0630.



The pips?

They couldn't afford the Pips too........... LOL

Even if they took the midnight train to Georgia? Not even one Pip?

Is not a snoozefest. Gladys Knight, Beach Boys, Abba tribute band, Michael Bolton? Is NoDoze a big sponsor?

More will get you Bret Michaels.:)

I do agree, though. I'm know I'm an oldie, but even these make me feel old.

The guy can put on a show. I might just buy tix to a couple this is so close for me though....

Any word on Fayetteville acts?

Newsboy's picture

[quote=Spyglass]The guy can put on a show. I might just buy tix to a couple this is so close for me though....

Any word on Fayetteville acts?[/quote]

June 7 -- KANSAS

NUK_1's picture

PTC's is real BLEH.

Even thought it involves getting in a car. :)

MajorMike's picture

That's an understatement. Pricing is better also.

Robert W. Morgan's picture

and the dudettes. Don't think we are going to see a revisit - except from the Beach Boys - and I love them. what a show!

Speaking of marketing, has anyone seen the new ad for They have some boring oriental guy giving a power point presentation and it sucks. Certainly sucks when compared to the previous efforts where a Victoria Secrets model played daughter to Daddy and the when she grew up a florist selling her old daddy flowers. Dialogue the same - all the time. Somehow convincing and even sexy. The new thing doesn't work.

Love the Beach Boys - the rest just suck.

Live free or die!

Bless your hearts.......hopefully everyone is in the mood for oldies this season...... how did this work out last season?

and gone with no fanfare this time.

brewster's picture

The Doctor of Rock and Roll.

I guess there's a market for some of these acts, but it certainly isn't making me want to rush out and buy tickets.

The best seasons ever? When Hall and Oates, Pat Benetar and other 80s and 90s acts that rocked were there. B-52s? Awesome show! Styx? Yes, please!

But, alas, those acts must cost too much for the Fred to make a profit, so we get the bottom of the cutout bin. Oh well...I'll go see the ABBA tribute if I remember. Or maybe I'll just start up my Pandora and put YouTube up on the TV instead...less bugs and drunks.

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