March 29 - April 14 • Savannah
Georgia's largest celebration of the musical arts features more than 100 artists and performances over 17 days in the gorgeous backdrop of historic Savannah.
April 3 • Augusta
A Master's Week tradition, Rock Fore! Dough presents Scotty McCreery, Jordan Davis, DJ Rock and more to raise money for The First Tee of Augusta.
April 14 • Decatur
A day of Americana and roots-based music including The Lone Below, The Jayhawks and Amanda Shires raises money for the Decatur Cooperative Ministry's efforts to fight homelessness.
April 20 - 22 • Atlanta
Celebrate Earth Day Sweetwater-style with three stages hosting a varied lineup of jam, rock, alternative, hip hop, EDM, local artists and comedians
April 21 & 22 • Thomasville
A series of April events including the photography exhibition, "We Are the Music Makers!," culminates with a musical weekend featuring artists including Vernon Thompson and Charlie Robison.
April 22 & 23 • Dahlonega
Appalachian culture and traditions are celebrated in a weekend of music, open jams, storytelling, an Artist Marketplace and more.
April 27 & 28 • Calhoun
In a Calhoun tradition, two festivals, BBQ Boogie & Blues, and the Georgia String Band Festival featuring the Gordon County Fiddlers' Convention, partner for a weekend of music.
May 3 - 5 • Lincolnton
Banjo master Little Roy Lewis and fiddler Lizzy Long host the annual bluegrass and gospel camping weekend at Elijah Clark State Park
May 4 - 6 • Atlanta
Jack White, Queens of the Stone Age and The National headline the three-day music fest in Centennial Olympic Park.
May 5 • Thomson
The 25th annual festival pays tribute annually to Thomson's native son, Blind Willie McTell, with a day of music featuring JD McPherson, Samantha Fish, The Randall Bramblett and more.