After announcing last week that its opening will be delayed until June, City Winery at Ponce City Market has shuffled its concert schedule to accommodate the new reality.
More than a dozen concerts were scheduled to take place in May. A few have been canceled (Mavis Staples, Steve Earle); some will be moved to other Atlanta venues (Victor Wooten to Variety Playhouse, Will Hoge to The Buckhead Theatre); and most have been rescheduled.
Rescheduled shows will go on sale next week at www.citywinery.com/atlanta/.
The Freedom Seder, scheduled for April 17, will still take place at Ponce City Market (on the second floor, above Williams-Sonoma). Currently, the first concert to be held at City Winery will be 10,000 Maniacs on June 4.
Here is the new schedule:
Mavis Staples, May 7– Canceled
A Taste of City Winery, May 7 – Postponed
Amel Larrieux (two shows), May 8 – Moved to July 16
Buckwheat Zydeco, May 9 – Canceled
Jay Farrar, May 10 – Postponed
Nellie McKay, May 11 – Postponed
Victor Wooten, May 12 – City Winery Presents at Variety Playhouse
Steve Earle, May 13 – Canceled
Donna the Buffalo, May 14 – City Winery Presents at Venkman’s
Cracker, May 15 – Moved to July 28
Emerson Hart and David Ryan Harris, May 18 – Moved to July 26
Paul Thorn, May 20 – City Winery Presents at The Buckhead Theatre on May 22
Dave Barnes, May 21 – Moved to July 15
The Black Lillies, May 26 – Moved to July 17
Delta Rae, May 27 – Postponed
Will Hoge, May 28 – City Winery Presents at The Buckhead Theatre
Tribute: A Celebration of the Allman Brothers Band, May 29 – Moved to July 21
Those who purchased tickets to any of the shows listed will receive a pair of free tickets to any upcoming non-sold out show of their choice.
City Winery and its 300-capacity live music room were expected to open in May, but construction delays impacted the plan.