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9 Star Starred
Chastain Park Amphitheater
4469 Stella Drive Atlanta, GA 30327
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The weather was horrible for the first concert, beautiful for the second.. I wore a raincoat..
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The weather was rainstorms. I wore sneakers, shorts, unbrellas.
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attended Aug 10 2013

This was my first time at Chastain. Beautiful venue. My group ended up getting upgraded to a table section, which was so close to the stage! We had an absolutely amazing time, all for a $20 ticket price. Even huddled under umbrellas for a...continued

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10 stars
attended Aug 10 2013

All of the bands were great! We danced in the rain.

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2 stars
attended Aug 10 2013

Great evening - a little rain didn't dampen our night. The bands were all terrific - some of my favorites of the 90s. Chastain is always a good time.

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Sugar Ray first gained fame in 1997 with their release of the song “Fly.” This song’s success, coupled with its pop rock sound that was quite different from the rest of their material at the time, led the band to a mainstream, pop music style. Subsequent albums shared this similar style, and the band landed a number of hits with “Every Morning,” “Someday,” and “When It’s Over.”

Smash Mouth are best known for their songs “Walkin’ On The Sun” (1997) and “All Star” (1999), while the Gin Blossoms broke out with the song “Hey Jealousy” from their successful major label debut, New Miserable Experience, in 1992.

About the Ticket Supplier: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra is one of America’s leading orchestras, known for the excellence of its live performances and presentations, renowned choruses, and impressive list of Grammy® Award-winning recordings. The Orchestra performs more than 200 concerts each, including educational and community concerts.