What’s Happening in Peachtree Corners: Town Center 2023 Spring/Summer Events

Peachtree Corners’ social center, the Town Green — located in the popular Town Center on Peachtree Parkway, offers a variety of events year-round. Below is a collection of planned Spring and Summer events. From live concerts, to movies and livestream sports broadcasts on the giant screen, to early-morning yoga and outdoor Crossfit, plus the Annual PTC Festival, there is truly something for everyone to enjoy!

Upcoming Events at PTC Town Center

Summer Concert Series

  • Who’s Bad, May 27, 7:00 pm. Who’s Bad’s live performance is an unrivaled celebration of pop music’s one true King. Their power-packed performance of Michael Jackson’s expansive catalog has united and ignited crowds on almost every continent and can only be described as a jaw-dropping, musical must-see. As the longest-running Michael Jackson tribute, and the only one to predate his untimely passing, Who’s Bad is the World’s #1 Michael Jackson Tribute. Who’s Bad has earned its name by paying studious attention to Michael Jackson’s every original groove and gravity-defying dance move, boasting over 100 years of professional experience and a team of dancers with resumes that range from Broadway productions to Super Bowl halftime shows. Vamsi Tadepalli (Who’s Bad founder, producer, and original saxophonist) assembled a cast of premiere musicians and, from Who’s Bad’s inception, believed in the band’s boundless possibilities. The velvety vocals and pinpoint choreography of frontman James Times and Taalib York combined with the band’s blaring horns, down-deep rhythms and the dancer’s synchronized dance routines results in a performance delivered with soul and precision superseded by no one but the King himself. Innovation is the key element in the DNA of Who’s Bad Music, dedicated to putting on the baddest shows on the planet.
  • Guardians of the Jukebox, June 24, 7:00 pm.  Headlining the night is Peachtree Corners fan-favorite Guardians of the Jukebox! Aptly describes as “A visual and sonic highlight reel of one of the most influential decades in music history” the Guardians of the Jukebox is a five-star nostalgia ‘80s juggernaut” Because of their love affair with the magnificent decade, the Guardians consider themselves more than just a tribute band, they are a sonic time machine that transports their fans back in time! This show is sure to be packed with high energy and smash hits! OPENING: Letterbomb devotes itself to accurately reproducing the sound, style, and live show of the Rock & Roll Hall of Famers, Green Day. The astounding energy that frontman Mason Jones, bassist Dawson Tucker, drummer Devon Hirsch, and lead guitarist Noah Pappo bring to the stage is unlike any other tribute band touring today, and with all the energy that Billie Joe Armstrong, Tré Cool and Mike Dirnt brought and continue to bring to Green Day!
  • The Ray Howard Band — Earth, Wind and Fire Tribute Band July 29, 7:00 pm., The Ray Howard Band is a classy and exciting Motown Tribute Band that specializes in The Earth, Wind & Fire Tribute shows which have sold out every performance! The band provides live music that is cross-generational, fun, with the excitement of being concert quality and a corporate headliner.
  • Face-2-Face: A Tribute to Elton John and Billy Joel , August 26, 7:00 pm. Taking turns at an onstage piano, the dual tribute artists of the BillyJoel/Elton John Face-2-Face Tribute Show conjure the beloved songsters in both sound and image. Backed by his band The Stranger, Levittown, NY native Mike Santoro’s fingers flash up and down the keys before he jumps up to grab the mic to belt out such high-energy Billy Joel classics as “Uptown Girl” and “Only the Good Die Young.” For the second half of the roughly three-hour show, Kenny Metcalf dons the iconic sunglasses and bedazzled suits of Elton John as he charts his style from the ‘70s to the present. Bittersweet anthems such as “Rocket Man (I Think It’s Going to Be a Long, Long Time)” mix with more whimsical material such as“Crocodile Rock” and the fictional rock-group narrative “Bennie and the Jets.” During each engaging, interactive show, both acts aim to channel the spirit of their originals so well that audiences will forget they’re a tribute!
  • Swamp River Revival: A Credence Clearwater Revival Tribute BandSeptember 30, 7:00 pm. The common denominator of the four members of Swamp River is a love for all forms of roots Americana – swamp rock, blues, funk, soul, country and gospel music. All of these elements are present in the extraordinary catalogue of singer, songwriter and bandleader John Fogerty. They aim to celebrate the spirit of Fogerty’s work with Creedence Clearwater Revival, and in his more recent solo mode.
  • Nashville Yacht Club Band, October 28, 7:00 pm. NASHVILLE YACHT CLUB BAND, aka NYC, is an 8-piece tribute to the pop and r&b sounds of the ’70s & ’80s. Dazzling, note-perfect renditions of your favorite smooth party hits. A unique collection of vintage AM Gold, roller disco classics & timeless dance floor staples performed by some of Music City’s most captivating players and singers.

Night Music Series — Live, Local Music!

Concerts are at the Town Green at Town Center at 7:00 PM, admission is FREE to enjoy live music on the second Saturday of the month, May through October. The Night Music Series gives Peachtree Corners residents another opportunity to hear music from all genres and eras. Fans can also visit one of the many restaurants located within the Town Center or bring food to the Town Green.

  • Geek Squad May 13, 7:00 pm. Night Music kicks off this year with the Geek Squad. You’ve never experienced a party like a Geek Squad party! The Geek Squad will take you from Motown and Jazz to Funk, Hip Hop, and all of the Top 40 hits of today!
  • Her Majesty’s Request, June 10, 7:00 pm. Everyone get ready to curtsy for headliner Her Majesty’s Request! Bringing the British Rock experience to Peachtree Corners from the British Invasion through to Brit Pop! OPENING: The Amazing Mongooses will open up June’s Night Music at 7 pm. The Decatur locals are a blues, classic, and original rock power trio.
  • All the Locals, July 8, 7:00 pm. Don’t miss this “Soulternative” local band! OPENING: Cody Matlock, a soul, funk, and R&B singer-songwriter/guitarist based in Atlanta and out on the road playing guitar for the legendary Stax Records recording artist William Bell.
  • Uptown Funk, August 12, 7:00 pm. International touring sensation, Uptown Funk, invites you to experience the essence of Bruno Mars, his live band, and the music that defines today’s pop culture. If you’re looking for entertainment that is exciting, fresh, fun, unique, and full of energy, Uptown Funk should be on your Summer ’23 Bucket List! Uptown Funk features an amazing Bruno Mars impersonator backed by a group of amazing musicians who bring the talent and technology necessary to replicate the Bruno Mars live experience!
  • The Foozer Experience, September 9, 7:00 pm. Performed by El Scorcho & February Stars, “The Foozer Experience is a 2+ hour Weezer/Foo Fighters tribute show based off their 2005 co-headlining tour with the moniker “Foozer.” The songs of both Weezer and Foo Fighters are powerful and memorable rock anthems and sing-a-longs that have proven the test of time over their 20+ year careers. The Foozer Experience delivers anthem after anthem from these two giants of the Alternative Rock era.

Flicks on the Green

Sports on the Screen

  • Atlanta United v Chicago Fire, May 20, 8:30 pm
  • Braves vs. Rockies, June 17, 4:10 pm
  • Braves vs Brewers, July 22, 7:15 pm
  • Braves vs Giants, Aug 19, 7:20 pm
  • UGA v South Carolina, September 16, UGA v South Carolina Time: TBD
  • Alabama v Tennessee, October 21, Time: TBD
  • UGA v Missouri, November 4, Time: TBD
  • UGA v Tennessee, November 18, Time: TBD
  • UGA v GA Tech, November 25, Time: TBD
  • SEC Championship, December 2, Time TBD
  • Army v Navy, December 9, Time: TBD

Yoga on the Green lead by Sunny Street Yoga

  • Every Tuesday 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m., May through September.  Everyone from beginners to experienced yogis are welcome to this FREE class taught by some of the amazing instructors from Sunny Street Yoga. Sunny Street’s motto is “Fusing Flow and Wellness.” They are devoted to the connection of breath to movement and to the integration of mind-body-spirit to support each person’s overall well-being. Yoga is known to improve your flexibility, increase blood flow, and helps with your focus. What to Bring: Water (no glass containers), a small towel or two, and a mat if you have one. Please note the ground can be wet for these early morning classes so a towel under your mat can be helpful. What to Wear: Comfortable clothes that allow a full range of motion. Consider a close-fitting shirt or a shirt that can be tucked in. Loose shirts float up on forward bends and get in the way of your practice. Come in whatever shoes you would like, as practice will be done in your bare feet.

Crossfit @ the Green, lead by Terrance Fox with CrossFit PPG 

  • Every Thursday, 8:00 a.m. May through September. Regardless of your fitness level or age, this is a strength and conditioning program that relies on constantly varied, functional movements performed at high intensity which achieves a health and fitness level that will sustain ANY lifestyle. Please bring water (no glass containers), a small towel or two, and a mat, workout attire.

Memorial Day Ceremony

11 am, Town Center, Details TBA

KIDS’ Event

July 15 from 2pm to 5pm, Celebrate summer and being a kid on the Town Green. Admission to this event is FREE and includes interactive inflatables, rock climbing, face painting and more.  

Peachtree Corners Festival

September 23-24, Enjoy the 12th annual weekend festival with art/crafts vendors, live music, fun food, and kids activities. Visit their website.

Bark in the Park

September 16, 11:00am – 2:00 pm., Details TBA

Light Up The Corners

August 12, Events happening from 5:30 – 11:00 pm at The Forum on Peachtree Parkway. Do NOT miss out on this festive annual 1k Twilight Trot and 4 Mile Glow Run with Pre- and Post-race activities! Visit their website for lots of wonderful event details and participation & sponsorship opportunities.

All events are tentative. Check city website a week prior to event for confirmation.

PTC Town Center

The 21-acre Town Center is the heartbeat of PTC community, with over 15 restaurants (Fire and Stone Italian Pizza Kitchen, Marlowe’s Tavern, Salata…), retail shops (Hollywood Feed, Boardroom Salon, Hand and Stone…), office space, and now, 75 new townhomes that overlook a 2+ acre Town Green park. The park is a central gathering place for many in our community, and hosts live outdoor concerts and seasonal events. The city’s landmark bridge located at the main entrance to the Town Center guides pedestrians over Peachtree Parkway and connects with the Corners Connector, the city’s pedestrian and bicycle trail system, and The Forum Shopping Center where many retail shops and more wonderful restaurants await.

PTC Town Green

The Town Green, designed as space for outdoor activities, includes so many wonderful features: an active water play space, open air pavilion, café tables, fire pit, 22′ digital display screen, open lawn, playable art, an exciting new expanded play space for kids, a fitness trail, and a 2,500 square-foot veterans’ monument featuring sculptures of military service people.

Some tips to keep in mind when attending PTC Town Green events

  • Items Allowed: Chairs & Blankets, Coolers Items
  • Not Allowed: Tents, Grills, Glass Bottles
  • All events are tentative ; Please check city website one week prior to event for confirmation.
  • Park and Walk — Parking is available at the Town Center parking deck, and additional parking is provided at 3720 Davinci Court. You’ll park there, cross PTC Circle, and access the Town Green via a pathway. Look for signage.

I hope all our locals will come out and enjoy the exciting and varied events and this beautiful space we have here at the Town Center in Peachtree Corners. I hope that we will have the chance to welcome lots of visitors, too! I’d love it if you would leave a comment to share your favorite summer outdoor community event!

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One response to “What’s Happening in Peachtree Corners: Town Center 2023 Spring/Summer Events”

  1. Wow! Y’all have lots going on…it all sounds like fun!

    Happy Sunday!

    On Sun, Apr 10, 2022 at 11:46 AM It’s a nice place to share wrote:

    > elizabethkaypinder posted: ” Peachtree Corners’ social center, the Town > Green — located in the popular Town Center on Peachtree Parkway, offers a > variety of events year-round. Below is a collection of planned Spring and > Summer events. From movies to concerts to livestream sports br” >


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